He walked in front of me. He was yelling to no one in particular about how mad he was, reaching in his jacket and half pulling out a billy club, and returning it, yet not taking hand off the weapon. As I walked past him he shouted some pretty nasty stuff about me … I pretended not to hear. He is trouble waiting to happen this night.
I warned the lady at the hair salon to keep her wits about her, to pay attention to her surroundings. She had to walk home, and that crazy talking man had been going the direction she needed to go. The one remaining was nervous as she was now alone, or would be once I left. There is something wrong with a company that works a schedule in which a young woman is left to run the shop alone after dark, especially here, especially now.
~ Lock the doors while in the car.
~ Keep your home locked and the windows too.
~ Be aware of what is going on around you.
~ Listen to your instincts.
~ Trust yourself.
Times are changing and there are a number of people in this world who do not have access to medications, counseling, family or friends. With the line thinning between light and shadow, much will be occurring right out in the open.
Be safe, all.