Metro Memoirs #1: The Blind Man and the Artist
Today was a grim-ish, rainy day; I didn't want to get up, but I pay too much money to go to this school to not go in every day. Besides, I love going to classes, it was just the thought of actually getting up that irked me.
Classes were fun, per usual; software and English. Nothing amazing happened, so I won't bore you with the details.
It's the ride home on the metro that bore today's tale.
You see, as I made it down to the lower platform on which the train I take home picks up, I saw a semi-familiar figure. I have seen him before and for some reason, he really perks my interest.
No one would probably say he was drop-dead gorgeous, but he is quite handsome in my opinion; I've always seen him in casual clothes and a pair of dark sunglasses. By his side is a sweet and well-natured dog--a golden lab mix, if I overheard correctly. These two got on the same train as I did, but toward the other end of the car.
I hadn't been paying atten