In the parking lot of the local Kroger grocery store, a woman of a certain age pushed her cart up and down the parking lot rows. She kept pointing her key fob in different directions as if trying to echo-locate her car. The car did not return a confirming beep.
After walking down one row and up another, she paused to see if her car might be in a different row. Even though she was not in the middle of the road, she unknowingly paused in front of a car, blocking its ability to drive forward.
She became aware of the frustrated driver within a few seconds, waved at the lady behind the wheel and pushed her cart forward. The driver revved her engine to show her annoyance.
Was I the cart pusher or the frustrated drive? Neither is an admirable person.