When I get home from a hard day at work, my family may nod their heads in my direction, or grunt a hello, but that's about it.
When I walk into Home Depot, four people ask if they can help me before I even remember what I came in to get.
When I'm at home and can't find a hammer to nail up a picture, nobody gives me any sympathy because they all know that I was the last one to use the hammer, and I didn't put it back in its proper place.
When I'm at Home Depot looking for a hammer, somebody will point me to the correct aisle, tell me exactly what each hammer is good for, and thank me for buying one.
When I leave the house for work, everybody is asleep and can't wish me a good day.
When I leave Home Depot, everybody is awake and begs me to come back anytime I like.
I'm not really trying to imply anything; these are just observations of my life.
Have a nice day!