Sunday, September 14, 2014
My return was spectacular in its own right. Patrolling at my time, my day, my situation. And I didn't fail. After getting through all the butterflies. I did Plymouth Center. I head a siren, but chose not to follow as it chose not to stop. How can it, it was going to another emergencies and it caught the corner of my eye. Everyone was inside watching football. At least I saw my Patriots easily beat the Vikings 30-7. Anyway, I bright side came when I met a lovely homeless woman. We talked a little, and she played the song "Maggie MacGee" by Janice Joplin, in which you would almost picture the real one singing. I couldn't give her anything, And I felt bad, but I gave her a hug. We had the best thing we ever got from each other, friendship. As I was walking I felt more and more confident, more and more aware. I was going to go all the way to the end of the street. But I didn't want to pass the church there, since it was the scene of my last injury. So I stopped at the bridal shop and turned around. Nothing much to report afterward. A good patrol. Since I might cover only one sector with chances to advance further., I'll probably do it once a week on different days, to give some randomness. A good development for the future.