Thursday, September 15, 2005

My Guardian Angel

I know it sounds hokey, but I think I have an invisible friend who watches out for me.

The past few nights I've fallen asleep listening to my new iPod. Now I'm a shifty sleeper and what goes to bed with me usually ends up on the ground. Sometimes it's my sheets; sometimes my clothes. Whatever. (Why I go to sleep with a $300 piece of metal I don't know.)

So recently something strange has been happening. I'll fall asleep listening to my tunes, and next thing I know I wake up in the morning and my iPod is sitting neatly on my desk with the cord wrapped around it. I have no idea how this happens. I've asked my roommates about it, and they don't know either.

There's more too. Today invisible friend scored me two free meals. I got to go to the Utah Advertising Federation monthly luncheon in Salt Lake, and then for the Ad Club Opening Social we got pizza.

I have no choice but to accept the help of my new special friend. If he has any friends I'll let you know.

4 comments:

Derek said...

Must be one of those BYU miracles. You should write in to the Ensign. It's been happening to me too. I just went to Macey's tonight for the first time in like three weeks and realized I haven't prepared a meal at home in about that long. Between two jobs and ward parties and stuff I've managed to have at least one free meal a day since school started. Hallelujah!

Trev said...

Seth, it is I. I have been driving from California to Utah every night - so worried have I been for your iPod. I'm sure you have a gardian angel, but hopefully they're too busy with more important stuff to worry about your iPod. BTW, the Britney Spears Christmas album, dude? You need to see a shrink if you're falling asleep to that stuff.

barrymoses said...

You know Seth, I'm so glad you sent me your blog...now I can muse over the psychological oddities of someone other than myself:) You know, I have a similar thing, except I wake up with strange scratches and markings on my body. If you have a secret guardian angel, I must have a secret tormenter. Hmmm...what's that about, I wonder.

Tolkien Boy said...

Well, it wasn't ME. I would have stolen your I-pod and listened to it myself.