“o” dear! - Ellen Dolgen

“o” dear!

Earlier this summer, I arrived at the taping for Oprah Radio’s Dr. Laura Berman show promptly. I found the secret metal door to the entrance of the studio.  The elevator was directly across from the security desk – no problem.  I was greeted on the fifth floor and taken directly to the waiting area – perfect.  Settled into the sofa with fifteen minutes until taping. All good.  With just a few minutes left before taping – I had to GO!  I was walked to the bathroom – sweet.   I did my business and threw open the door ready to jet back – can’t miss the taping! But wait, where is my guide?

Determined to make it on time, I confidently dashed down the hall, making a few confident turns.  All the halls looked alike: stacks of black equipment everywhere.  Surely there was something I could remember that would lead me back!

I glanced down at my shoes – they were not red nor did they sparkle.  My Prius navigation system was no where to be seen (where are you when i need you @3genprius @Toyota). I had no choice, I had to do it and do it fast!   I had to stop someone and ask for a tow.  Yep, tow me in.  Don’t point, don’t give me directions, I need a tow. This shmirshky is lost!

Really I need a lo-jack implant into my body, because I get lost everywhere I go!  I have a Jack (that’s my son), but I really need a LoJack.

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