Halleluiah, the weather has broken. Mamie’s out from under the bed – most of the time – and our porch no longer resembles the punishment box in Cool Hand Luke.
Yesterday was a stunningly beautiful day. We celebrated the glorious weather with a trip to Costco – giant bag of walnuts, 15-serving bag of salmon burgers, 220 tablet bottles of Glucosomine – and their classy lunch special: two foot-long hot dogs and two sodas for $3.00. We give new meaning to the term ‘living large’.
While there we stopped to look at one of those fancy room fans by Dyson.
At home an hour later My Guy opened his phone to see an ad for Dyson products. Coincidence? You decide.
I took a spin to the grocery store and on the way a truck in front of me caught my eye:
Today is cooking day – provisions for the harried but resilient new parents. I’m off to Providence tomorrow for my usual Monday session of holding babies.
With twins there are never enough hands.
Twins...means you are doubly blessed. This harried time goes so fast, enjoy!ReplyDelete
I am very, very sure that you are looking forward to your usual Monday session. And that those harried parents are looking forward to your arrival.ReplyDelete
Glad that your heat has lifted.
That truck is definitely worth a second look! And have a wonderful time "handling" those babies. :-)ReplyDelete
Woohoo - big trip out to Costco! Are you going to buy the very expensive Dyson fan? I've wondered what makes them so good? Enjoy the baby time tomorrow - I'm sure the parents appreciate it! -JennReplyDelete
I'm a little jealous of the baby holding day, it's been years since I held a baby.ReplyDelete
We have Costco here in Adelaide, but I've never shopped there and don't ever plan to.
my twin grandgirls are 20! been a long time since I held them as babies. however there's a baby due any day now down the street. you can pretty much guarantee any internet search you do will result in an ad for the same somewhere else.ReplyDelete
True - but in our case all we did was stand next to the fan. Creepy.Delete
That is a very peculiar truck! (And what is a "Barn Sale"?)ReplyDelete
We still do have a few barns here in this formerly agrarian town. A barn sale is likely just a bigger version of a garage sale (or in this part of the country, 'tag' sale).Delete
Unless perhaps they're selling their barn!