02.12.16 – End of Day Notes

What I did today: I actually slept for 6 hours last night. Shock. Shock. Got all of my writing projects completed. Did some grocery shopping. And now I have a sinus headache, so I am thinking about going to bed early.

What I learned today: The mere mention of a chance of snow, no matter how slight, empties grocery store shelves.

What I am most proud of today: I didn’t run over anyone in Walmart. I was tempted, but I resisted.

What did you do today? Learn any lessons? Have a reason to be proud? Share your thoughts with me in the comments!

8 thoughts on “02.12.16 – End of Day Notes

  1. You cracked me up! It IS rather hard not to run down people at Walmart, isn’t it? Glad you resisted. My husband has insomnia too. I hope you get plenty of sleep this weekend! 🙂

    • I swear, Walmart is my nemesis! And thank you… I made up for it a bit last night.. 9 hrs of peaceful blissful sleep! Wow, haven’t slept that long in.. well, I cannot remember the last time *laughs* I hope your husband can overcome some of his insomnia.. it is a horrid thing to have. Cheers!

  2. I didn’t run over anyone in Walmart. I was tempted, but I resisted. Well it IS the season of Lent. So I suppose of you had to give up something then running over people was a viable option! 😀

    • *laughs* I agree, Calen. I hate walmart as it is and when I go in there, I have my shopping list detailed to specific aisles that I need to go down through. People always get in my way. I want to be in there and out as fast as possible. Why do people just stand in the center of an aisle and not want to budge?! it is very frustrating. But I persevered! Have a great weekend, my friend.

      • People do that because they’re self-centered as well as aisle-centered. Don’t mean that in a negative way, per se, just mean that they’re unaware of others around them. I feel sorry for them, especially the ones dragging kids along. I’m like you. I make my menu for two weeks out, transfer the ingredients to headed columns and go. I hate grocery shopping more than anything else in the world.

      • I agree with you, Calen.. I have patience with the elderly and those with small children, generally, unless the kids are just being brats or the parents are ignoring them or screaming at them. I’ve always hated shopping.. any kind.. clothes, food, electronics, etc. About the only joy I have is in a bookstore, and well, those are disappearing fast. Thanks for your great comments 🙂 I always enjoy sharing ideas with you 🙂

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