You’re downtown, and see graffiti in an unlikely place, concerning someone you know.
Working at the Bank of America building for the last fifteen years, she had not often seen her boss wear short sleeves. When she did, she usually wore a suit jacked over her shirt. One day, the air conditioning had stopped working and she had taken that jacket off. Lori remembered seeing that tattoo and thinking how nice it was because she had one similar to it on her back. She got a little closer to investigate the tattoo in the mural a little better. There was no mistaking it. It was Evelyn for sure. She puled out her phone and snapped a photo of the mural and the artist signature as well. She was curious as to who had painted her boss in a graffiti mural in down town Denver. Lori considered sending the picture to a co-worker, but she thought better of it. Jill had a big mouth and there was no way she wouldn't spread it around the office first chance she got.
She considered sending it to Sara herself but she thought better of it. She really wasn't friends with her boss and she wasn't sure how she would react to it. Lori wondered if Sara even knew that the mural was there, only a few blocks from her office. Lori started to think about how she would feel in this situation. Would she want someone to tell her? Of course she would. How would she want the subject to be approached?
Lori decided it would be best if she went to Sara's apartment and showed her the photos. So much for shopping today. Luckily, Sara lived in an apartment building that was only a few blocks away. Lori didn't even have to drive over. The building was beautiful and modern. It had very straight lines to it with white, black and grays for the color scheme. Lori found Sara's buzzer and stood there staring at it.. This was awkward. She should have spent the walk over imagining what she would say to get in the building. Would Sara even waste her weekend talking to Lori? Sara was kind of a cold person. She was analytical and straight forward. She had no time for nonsense at the office.
She decided that she would just hope for the best and pressed the buzzer...