We delivered some Girl Scout cookies to some friend who live about an hour and a half away. We decided to eat at Wendy's (wasn't my first choice) when I ran into a lady I had met during my medical training back in November for the dispatch position. She told me she believed they were hiring again and if any of you know me, I do not really believe in fate. It was nice to get such an unexpected huge hug from her.
At our friend Johns, they kids just seem to be less tense...at his home, it is always sooooooooooo peaceful. I sleep all night, get up and then slept/napped in the recliner while hubs napped on the couch most of the morning. Huge hugs to John for keeping his home so perfectly calming. It has always had this affect on me!
We headed out of town and stopped for gas where is was cheaper by 10 cents a gallon and in hubbies truck that means a lot! Then stopped by Trader Joe's for Pear Ginger tea and some Cubano wraps. I picked up hubby some Pistachio crusted toffee.
On the way home, we travelled through Shelton and stopped at Burger King so the kids could eat and we could get out and stretch. I hadn't been the way hubby took us, so it was nice to see another road and area we hadn't been to.
When we left Shelton, we headed up through Olympia to stop by Harbor Freight for hubby but honestly, you can't take me in there and NOT have me find something I want. I picked up a Topsy Turvy for Strawberries and a property engraver.
So, you can take the dispatcher out of law enforcement, but you can't take the law enforcement out of the dispatcher and if you have a unique number etched on your items and something does happen, you have a much better chance if they get these items of getting them back right away and not trying to prove they are yours!
Onto Costco where we got things we needed like DW detergent, laundry detergent, sandwich bags, foil...you know the things you use all the time but only need to buy once in awhile. Home was a nice sight to see and we all worked together to get the truck unloaded, bags unpacked and groceries put away.
Oh, I almost forgot, you wanted to know about Letting the Cat Out of The Bag....here she is!