Okay, so at the end of yoga, almost every time, the teacher ends the class with, "See you tomorrow. Namaste." I understand that yoga is meant to be practiced everyday; therefore, the "see you tomorrow" is logical. BUT, I am tempted to think... Will you??? Will you see me tomorrow?? Maybe I don't want to go to yoga tomorrow. Maybe I'm canceling my ridiculously expensive membership at your studio?? We don't know for sure if "you will see me tomorrow".
You may or may not see me tomorrow. Namaste.
So, today, I'm at Eatzi's minding my business. I'm leaving with my salad in tow and one of the Eatzi's employees gets the door for a couple of us ladies on our way out and has says, "See you tomorrow!" ppppfffffttttttt. Will you??? Will you see me tomorrow?? I actually don't think you will because I can't spend $10 on lunch everyday, but it's a nice idea Eatzi's guy. See you in a month when I feel like splurging.
home of birds, samples and the over-priced salad.
I'm forced to ask, what's next??? I go to Neiman's to purchase my first real Louis Vuitton and I get the "see you tomorrow" from the salesgirl??
The only people that will truly "see me tomorrow" are the people at RPI and Robert and honestly they don't even know for sure. i.e. "RPI, I quit." or "Robert, I'm going to go Eat. Pray. Love." (honey, I'm kidding, that would never ever happen. I love you.) Anyway, if complete strangers could please refrain from their sure statement of "seeing me tomorrow" that would be great. Can I just decide whether or not I want to "see you tomorrow"??
All for now.....I would say see you tomorrow, but I'm just going to leave that ball in your court. winky face.