Happy Memorial Day! With no school and/or work and BHW out of town, I went to a movie with a dear friend of mine. Movies in Muncie are $5 on weekdays before 4pm (awesome!) but I wasn't sure if the prices were still going to be low since it was a holiday. I assumed that the rates would be the same as the weekend, but I was wrong! I thought about paying for the people behind me on the drive over. As a poor college kid I told myself that I couldn't pay for them if it was full price, but if it was anything under $10/person, I'd pay for them.
My friend and I walked up to the counter and I bought my ticket and she went ahead and bought hers. I then got out a 10 dollar bill and proceeded to tell the guy to put it on a gift card and pay for the next two people who came in. Put it on a gift card? Why? Well my lovely readers, I've actually paid for people's movie tickets before. Apparently there is some rule about money handling and they have to put it on a gift card and then can use it for whoever they want. So, I told him to do that and he said 'will do!' I started to walked away and he said 'Wait! How will I know which of the next two people are your friends?' I kind of chuckled and said 'It doesn't matter who they are! Just pay for their movie!' He tilted his head, agreed, and went back to work.
I will never know whose movie I paid for, but I sure hope they enjoyed the treat! Now that I'm moving I've realized that I won't be able to complete a lot of the things on my list due to my lack of free time and the 1 year commitment I'm making with them. That doesn't mean that I'm going to rush through and try to get as many as I can done, I want to do each one with a full heart and soak in all the joy from completing it!