I do not procrastinate, because there is no point in procrastinating. If there is a job to do, then do it and everyone is happy. This afternoon there might have been a real life drama, but again Mrs. Angoswiss to the rescue.
I saddled my car and drove to the parking house – bottom floor of course, it is easier to park as very few people bother to take their car three floors down, only those that have parking problems. And this time I even found the special parking places for the handicapped which are a third wider than the others, although I had already parked my car.
I was on a quest for a computer which was waiting to be picked up in the building shown above. Unfortunately I did not find the building at first. I felt like Ulysses on his Odyssey, but the only adventure I had was to ask the wrong person for directions to this building. I knew there was a supermarket on the ground level, but did not find the supermarket. Why do they have to paint the windows black? The person I asked had only just arrived in our town of Solothurn and was from Zürich. It would be like asking someone for directions in New York and they were from Dodge City, although even Boot Hill is well known. Anyhow I found my building and even the computer and brought it home again.
And that was today’s adventure. When I got home I had another important deal. Paypal told me they did not recognise me very well and I had to complete their technical questions about my credit card. I thought it was genuine through certain reasons and I had to verify my credit card. Now they have a new gimmick. To prove my identity I had to hold up my identity card and take a photo with me holding it. I was wondering where and how I had to upload it when suddenly PayPal thanked me for my co-operation and everything was fine. I still don’t know what happened and how, but it worked. I now have a photo of me with my identity card. In the meanwhile my online colleague warned me and I called Paypal on the phone and they informed it was a scam. I have now deleted everything and the lady on the phone at Paypal assured me that nothing more could happen.
And now to make something to eat for a hungry family. What did I say. No chance to procrastinate in this family.