Don’t Pick Up The Fork

The other day I stopped by my parent’s house to drop off something I had borrowed. As my Dad and I moved the item from my car to his garage, he pointed at my Mother’s car and said, “Hey, we bought your Mom a new car.”

After a few minutes of discussion I learned that they had purchased a 2015 Subaru Forrester, off of the list of cars that the dealer was expecting, and it would be delivered soon. Feeling a wave of déjà vu, I thought for a moment and turning to my Dad asked, “Did you pick up the fork?” He assured me that he had not. […]