The honesty bug has bit my mother.
We went shopping. After my mom found a safe spot to park in the back, she noticed an SUV. We get out and she says, "Look how dark those windows are! Why did you get a ticket?"
"Because I got caught..." I answered with sarcasm.
"Oh...and no front license plate. That's illegal!" She said as she walked to the back of the vehicle to check if the SUV was from out-of-state. "Well the license plate says Doctor so-in-so."
I laughed, "Maybe she wrote herself a prescription for photo-sensitivity."
As we hiked toward the store a lady, who clearly heard all that was said, passed us. "It's her, way to go mom." I teased.
Because of the look she gave us, I'm sure she walked past her car and pretended it wasn't hers until the coast was clear. I can't blame her.
In the store she had no problem telling the cashier making minimum wage that they had no business having her personal information. "I was here last week and you didn't need to scan my Driver's License." She stated as she handed the girl a check, with all of her information printed in the upper left corner.
The poor girl answered, "It's so the store knows it's your check."
"It's because they can't read the license." I added.
"When did this change?" She questioned with suspicion. "I don't like it."
"I'm just doing my job Ma'am." The girl sighed.
To diffuse the situation I added, "The guy behind us gave up and jumped in another line."
"It's not my fault she couldn't help me." She snapped, pointing to the security sensor that had to be unlocked by a manager.
I teased her some more.
We left the store and she asked, "Where to next."
I told her and laughed. Then suggested she wait in the car. She didn't.