Not much knitting content today.
When I was on my way home from work at midnight last night,
I noticed ambulance lights in my rear view mirror so
I pulled to the right for Sirens and Lights.
Funny thing was, the lights pulled over with me.
It was a police car, not an ambulance, pulling me over.
I had a difficult night at work.
I was exhausted.
I rolled down my window, gave the police officer, who looked SO young by the way, my hospital ID and said,
"I just came off a terrible shift. What did I do wrong?"
The officer looked at my ID with is flashlight and said,
"Your lights are not on"
"Ugh, Im not surprised, I'm sorry"
He said, "Do you have your license and registration?"
Of course I did.
I had them in a flash.
"Im just going to run your license, ma'am" he said.
Then he came back, handed me my license and said,
"next time turn your lights on, you have a good night"
I want to tell you all that I have NEVER had a bad experience with a police officer.
I don't have that many interactions, mind you, but when I do they are positive.
I treat them with respect, because I respect them.
I would never want their job.
(a little knitting content:
I love this knitted wristlet.
I'll post the pattern if people are interested.)