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Lions Roar : September 2014
I ShoP For GroCerIeS eArly, typically before 8:30 in the morning. At that time of the day, it’s easy to do a week’s shopping in less than half an hour since I pretty much have the entire store to myself. At the checkout, the same cashier invariably greets me with, “How is your day going?” My response is always some vari- ation of, “It’s early yet, but so far so good.” Sometimes we laugh a little together before I head off into the rest of the morning. The last time I went shopping, though, I remembered—mid-parking lot—that I’d forgotten Bodhi’s dog food. I went back into the store and found it. Then when I got to the cashier, she looked at me and asked how my day was going. She didn’t remember me even though I see her every week and had seen her just five minutes before. I’ve become invisible. IllUSTRATIONBYTIERYlE...WWW.TIERYlE.NET Nothing Special No one wants to be just another person in a world of seven billion people. geri Larkin on what happened when she embraced being ordinary. SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2014 26