Friday 8 November 2019

The Advantages of Online Shopping

Wherethejourneytakesme - I think that this fuschia has that sort of ambition. It is being very assertive! I've been taking care, but the roads have more or less dried out around here. I hope you stay safe this weekend.

Sharon - my next big challenge will be snow, and we don't get much around here, so no chance to practice. I'm not looking forward to it at all and completely respect you getting up the courage to do the school run day after day in the white stuff. I think I would be a wreck. I may be checking in on you for advice.

Bless - I'm fairly confident about the gloves, but I'm taking no chances and keeping them hidden.

This morning I dropped bear off without issue. Then I drove to Tesco, where I dived in to pick up some tinned lentils and some cooked ham. I got sort of distracted and ended up spending £93! If I had been online, I could have looked at the total before pressing 'buy' and given up on the calf length sweater dress or the extra olives at the very least. I need to be a little more aware and stick closely to a list.

I twisted my knee when I fell up the steps today. Yes, I fall up steps as well as down them and this was not exactly pleasant, but it isn't serious. I shall take it easy tonight and start planning.

Hugs to all.

1 comment:

  1. Wow - that was an expensive tin of lentils and ham. I must admit that it's too easy to shop online. I'm not sure whether I spend more money shopping in real life or online. Sometimes online I'm tempted by things I probably won't use lol