A Night on the Town

I didn’t sleep all night. So, I woke up at 4 am and made sweet potato spirals, warmed it in the microwave, and then topped it one small avocado. I drank a cup of coffee with almond milk. Then, I relaxed in bed until 8:30 am. I changed my clothes to gym clothes, before driving to the Spectrum Center at 10:30 am. It was a quiet drive. I paid this year’s gym membership. I warmed up in the sauna before going to the yoga room to stretch out on my mat. I noticed that they now have new instructors for Monday and Wednesday. I walked in the mall with someone I know because she wanted to buy a blouse, before we went our separate ways to our homes. After my lunch, I got ready for the Improv show tonight. I noticed that the time was 3:33 am while I watched the movie Beginners on the indie channel.

At 4:30 pm, I drove to the Spectrum Center, and I noticed the drive seemed peaceful, although there were still cars on the streets. I found a good parking space right away, in which I drove straight into it from the parking entrance. It was cool outside, but I was warm because I was wearing a coat. I sat at an outdoor seating area and read a couple of pages from a novel until I started to fall asleep. Then, I chatted with someone seated by me, before I decided to check out Target. I found what I was looking for in Target, but I still want to check out Walmart to see what they have before I decided which one I like better. I sat at the restaurant/bar, next door to the Improv, chatting with other people from the meetup. At 7 pm, I entered the comedy club, and I decided to order onion rings and coffee because I wasn’t that hungry for a meal. I just wanted to enjoy a snack. The room started to fill up. And, by a little bit after 8 pm, an 86-year-old woman was lying on the floor, and another woman was screaming for a doctor. It was scary. There was a nurse at the adjacent table, and she was able to revive the old woman until the paramedics came, examined her, and rolled her out on a stretcher. It was the old lady’s birthday, and she had come to the Improv to see her favorite comedian Richard Osborne. We were later informed that she is at home, doing OK. The show must go on, and four comedians took their turn on stage. They were funny and entertaining. I won tickets to future Improv shows. When I walked out of the Improv, I noticed a women’s figure skating competition on a flatscreen TV, which was playing at the restaurant/bar next door. I watched the last fifteen minutes, and I notice that I didn’t recognize any of the names. There is more figure skating competition tomorrow, but I am not sure which channel. I walked to my car and drove home at 10 pm.


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