On Memorial Day, I needed to make sure that my tire was fixed, in which I was stupid enough to lose my bike pouch with all my patches and wrenches out of my backpack a few weeks ago. I then had to walk about 2 miles away to Target and buy myself some new bike patches. Luckily my mom had some wrenches in her tool chest that were the right size for my bike. I did all that, and within 15 minutes, the patch was glued on and my tire was back on my bicycle all aired up and ready to go. I bike rode to the bus stop the next day since it was way too hot to bike to school. I did bike ride back though, because it would be quicker that way since I probably already missed the hourly bus. It was a scorching 95 degrees out, and I was sweating so much that I just decided to freshen up in the shower before my job interview at Sears. My mom dropped me off but I never got interviewed because I was never entered in the system. Well, I doubt I’ll get the job anyways. I might as well move on. After I left Sears I turned in some of my job applications at the mall. I made a tiny mistake on my phone number but that was corrected. However, on 3 of my applications, I forgot to correct it so I won’t be expecting a callback on those. That means that I just shot 3 chances of a job out the windows. Dang! I walked home shamefully thinking to myself that I put the wrong phone number on those applications. What more can go wrong!