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Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Working on the Fourth, and then have two blessed days off! Will go in Sunday for a few hours to get payroll caught up, and then have the rest of the day off too. Today was fairly busy at work, big grocery orders, people stocking up and heading up North for the weekend.

I took advantage of of out Sushi special on Wednesday and bought some for supper. We have sushi for only $4.99 on Wednesday. I got Jim some fried chicken thighs. Was a nice easy fix for supper. Went out to get some gas for Jim's car and got some water. Also picked up another chair mat for Jim's office at Office Max. We bought a chair and mat last night and should have gotten 2 since he has two desks.

Home went went for a nice walk. Jim had done the lawn while waiting for me to get home from work, so that is done. Kicking back with the DVD "Rango" and relaxing. Last night entered all the Range Attendants for June for the gun club. Going to be some upset members at the end of the year. Not enough shifts left for all to work their 2 RA shifts now. We have had other members covering for the slackers, and later, these members will be able to sell the shifts to those that didn't work theirs. If members don't have two shifts worked, they can't renew. Not much sympathy for these members if they can't find a shift to buy.....
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    I stopped to grab some sushi at the grocery store after kayaking last night. More people than usual in the store... and most of them seemed grumpy.
    1543 days ago
  • DR1939
    I did my grocery shopping on Tuesday and avoided the pre-Fourth rush. Spent yesterday preparing for our picnic. I make all of my grandchildren their favorite dish every time they come for a holiday at our house. I was exhausted at the end of the day.
    1543 days ago
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