I have quirks. Little things that some might say are OCD tendencies. Unlike Jenny, author of “The Devil in the Details,” they are not enough to bring my life to a grinding halt. They are just … strange.
– Whenever I get gas, I absolutely must end on a quarter of a dollar amount. $21.25, $21.50, $21.75, or $22.00. I can’t stop the pump at $21.63, ever.
– The margarine, butter, cream cheese, peanut butter, or anything else similar to that, must be level across the top. Smooth. No huge knife gouges into it. I will take the time to smooth it out if someone creates a huge hole in it. I can’t stand looking at it until it is fixed.
– When I’m at a restaurant that allows you to get your own drink, I have to get my Coke from the Coke tap furthest to the right. If there is only one tap, I’m fine. But if there are two, I have to use the one on the right. Always.
I’m sure there are more, but as I read Devil in the Details, I tried to focus on mine to see what issues I had. I told you mine … now it’s your turn to tell me yours!