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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Today didn't start out to be too great. I knew I was going out for lunch, so I decided to just have a smoothie and a cup of coffee for breakfast. When I went to put milk in my coffee I found the milk had soured, so that coffee went down the drain. I opened the other bottle of milk, and that had curdled as well. There went that cup down the drain. I opted to go down to Jesse's Kitchen to have toast and coffee and visit with a few people who had gone there for breakfast.
My BIL picked me up at 11:30 A.M., and we were off to Boston Pizza to meet the rest of the gang.
My dh's siblings get together for lunch when one of them has a birthday. This month there were two birthdays being celebrated, two of my SIL's. We had a lovely visit and chat over lunch. When the time came to pay the bill, I found that my meal had been covered as well, because I had had a birthday in February. What a nice treat.

After I got home I decided to go to Safeway to pick up a couple of things I needed. I hadn't planned to buy much, so I didn't take my little grocery cart I normally use. Of course I ended up buying more than I planned, and I ended up carrying 8 bags of groceries home. It is a good little walk from Safeway, especially when the sidewalks are slippery and wet. I stopped part way home to rest and a lady across the street saw me and called me and asked me if I would like a ride home. She got her dh to give me a ride the rest of the way. He drove me right up to the door of my apartment. What a blessing. Someone up there sure is watching out for me.

I enjoyed the rest of my day and I even have some salad left over from lunch today to have for my lunch tomorrow. I picked up some soup from Jesse's and now I can come home from church and have lunch ready in two minutes.

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