I managed to last an entire week without going grocery shopping. With five kids at home 24/7, I was pretty proud of myself. I’m not sure I’ve ever done that. I went grocery shopping last Saturday, and I didn’t go again until today. And a lot has changed in the last week. I buy most […]
Astute Observations From An 8-Year-Old
I had to go to Costco today because I promised Number 7 I would buy her some seaweed. She loves seaweed. But with the coronavirus hysteria, the whole world is apparently preparing for the apocolypse, and even waiting until 5:30 PM on a Sunday when Costco closes at 6 was not late enough to avoid […]
Remember That Time At Costco?
We got back from our trip to Richmond on Sunday night. After being gone for six days, there wasn’t much food in the house. Yesterday (Monday) I had plans to get caught up on laundry, clean some stuff up and get to the grocery store, but as so often happens, things did not run completely […]
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately. A lot of thinking. It may be some sort of mid life thing. It may be that I’m just starting to see things differently now that I’m in the second half of my life. Maybe it’s because at forty-seven years old, my priorities are shifting. It could be […]
The Root Of A Larger Problem
Everybody knows how I feel about people who don’t return their shopping carts. I can’t stand them. And yes. I judge the shit out of them. I am not talking about senior citizens who can barely walk. I’m not talking about the physically challenged. I’m not talking about moms who go shopping with a newborn […]
How To Not Be An A$$hole. Lesson 1.
While perusing old posts I had written today, I came across one entitled Don’t Be an Asshole. I wrote it last year in response to one of my biggest pet peeves… people who don’t return their f*&%ing carts at Costco. Or any grocery store, for that matter. It drives me insane. And it got me […]