An observation I made.

I was at school the other day and I was sitting out in the seating area they have here on campus and I noticed something, well, interesting I guess.

There was a lady who was carrying a seat for a bicycle, nothing else.

I thought for a moment and started wondering if she was searching for the other half of her bike which she seemed to have lost.

I then thought, “How do you lose the other half of your bike?”

I sat there for a few minutes and wondered if her bike had been stolen and the seat was the only thing that she could find of the missing bike.

My mom was sitting with me; she saw it too and started wondering if she forgot where her bike was too.

About ten minutes later, we see a man go walking by to an elevator with a bicycle. Mom and I looked at each other and jokingly thought, “Hey, that’s that lady’s bike!” which of course it wasn’t.

We didn’t see the lady again but I am still wondering if she is still looking for her bike that she misplaced. Or if she just threw the bike less seat into her car and drove home.

We may never know.

~CG~

One thought on “An observation I made.

  1. Corey, that is funny. Your last sentence made me laugh. The idea of putting a bicycle in her car and driving when she probably was trying to be eco-friendly by using the bike is great irony. You are too funny. Hey, this could be a great comic strip!
    —Mom

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