The post that has nothing to do with cancer or caregiving but hopefully will make you laugh a little bit because laughter is the best medicine. Except for real medicine.

The most amazing thing happened today. A few moments ago actually. I left UCF to run a few errands. My first class ends at 9:30 am and my next class doesn’t start until 3:00…I figured I’d better get back because it would take a while to find a parking spot. My favorite parking garage, H Garage was full but I was willing to risk it. It was chaos. People honking, middle fingers waving, I knew I’d made a huge mistake. But then, out of nowhere, to my left there’s a spot that at least five people must’ve driven by. Not a handicap spot. Not reserved or for motorcycles. Just a beautiful, everyday parking spot. If it could speak, it would’ve said “Chris! Here I am! I’ve been waiting for you! Come to me my love!” No, I’m not high. No, the massive amount of carbon monoxide from being in the parking garage for so long hasn’t affected my sense of reality lol. Seriously that’s how terrible the parking is at UCF. They were bragging about getting 66,000 NEW FRESHMAN THIS YEAR AND THEY CAN’T EVEN FIND ENOUGH PARKING FOR THE STUDENTS THEY HAVE. They actually opened up a big area behind the baseball field where you can park and every 15 minutes a transport will pick you up and drop you off near the Human Services Building. Not too shabby but not good enough when you paid 50+ dollars for a parking decal. Get your crap together UCF. I was actually having a cup of coffee at Vesper earlier and some UCF employees were there on their lunch break. Even they were frustrated and one made a joke saying “UCF stands for you can’t finish (it’s a long standing local joke)…it’s not because of the school or the professors or the students, it’s just because you can’t find anywhere to park!” I laughed, they looked, I blushed and continued reading my textbook. 

The End.

4 thoughts on “The post that has nothing to do with cancer or caregiving but hopefully will make you laugh a little bit because laughter is the best medicine. Except for real medicine.

  1. Alicia

    Hahahaha! Yep, you’re right, that made me laugh. Especially the part where the parking spot called your name. and every now and then, a non-cancer post is a good thing. 🙂 There are very few advantages to not being able to drive. I still wish I could. But then I read stuff like this and go, well there’s one issue I wouldn’t have…So long as an area has some semblance of public transit.

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    1. Very true. I think from now on I’m just going to stay on campus and study since there’s actually things TO study. Plus, the 8:30 am class is only once a week and since it’s a “mixed mode,” class we only have to go three more times during the semester. The Professor will be there every Tuesday if we need help so I will probably be there every Tuesday hahaha I guess we’ll find out!

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