Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Vacation Depression

We started parking in a new garage on July 1. It’s awesome because it’s about $30 cheaper each month than our other garage. But, there’s one serious drawback that I’m not sure I’ll be able to get around. No, not the small spaces. And not the underground (though well-lit) horror movie creepiness. Uh-uh.

It’s the fact that it’s a hotel garage. Each and every day, going to and coming from work, I have to walk through the hotel lobby.

Seeing people who are presumably on vacation day in and day out is taking a serious toll on my employment mental health and, frankly, I’m not certain it’s worth $30 a month.

I’m almost 34.

I can retire now, right?


Impulsive Addict said...

Ummm...I'm pretty sure you still have about 30+ years before retirement. Good luck with that! ;)

Schmoochiepoo said...

How come you have to park in a hotel garage?

Something In The Glass said...

Because of all the garages (just straight up garages or ones for hotels), this one is the cheapest. A lot of the hotels will rent out spaces to people who work downtown.

Anyway, we used to pay $190 each month for just a regular parking garage, but we found this one that only costs $160.