There is a local organization called Humane Ohio.  Their main goal is to spay/neuter cats who wonder the streets.  They are a nice organization I think.  I do not give them money because I believe my money is better spent helping people.  So instead I do the smallest thing I can do to help them, I go to a Barber Shop once a month or so and empty the donation cannister.  Then I write a check for that amount, (now that I type this I realize I do give them money because I always round up to the nearest 10.00) and send it to them.  They Barber shop is right by my house so it’s really a nothing gesture.

The owner of the barbershop is a nice woman who has a little mini dauschund named Dog, and yesterday I found out she also runs her own cat rescue out of the back of the barbershop.  We’ve slowly been getting acquainted, both the dog and the owner, whose name it Toni.  Yesterday Dog attacked me, it was the cutest thing!  One pet on his belly and the ferocity was gone.  I think Toni spends a lot of time talking to the animals.   I will relay the conversation that we actually had.

 Tracy – My son is in the car, I should get going.

Toni –  Wait a minute.

Toni –  I don’t want to cut your hair!

Toni – Here you go.  (hands Tracy paper)

Tracy – Thanks!  See you later. (runs out scared)


I will now relay to you the conversation that I believe she had in her head.


Tracy – My son is in the car, I should get going.

Toni – Your son is there! Say, I do mens haircuts and you seem like a nice person.  Wait a minute, and I’ll write up this card for you for a free haircut!

Toni – Oh, of course I mean a haircut for your son.  Not for you.   I don’t want to cut your hair!  Your hair is very long and it looks thick, and I specialize in mens cuts! 

Toni – Here you go.  (hands Tracy paper)

Tracy – Thanks!  See you later.


Next time, I will wear my hair up in a bun so as not to cause a panic.  I will also take a milk-bone because Dog is really adorable! 




Comments on: "Why you should not get used to talking in your head.." (0)

  1. LOL,  I wonder what went through her head after you left and she realized what she actually said! LOL

  2. You are doing good deeds ! And give dog a bone! Hehe.

  3. haha! thats hilarious, I’m always worried that I say out loud, whats in my head, at work while I’m on the computer lol

  4. Haha!  I’ve blurted out a few conversations like that.  

  5. haha.. that doggie was just trying to get yer attention ! 

  6. @isitreal_no – I work in a very small office, and three of us share a communal office.  I constantly talk to myself.  I have said some of the oddest things!

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