40 thoughts on “Grocery Fiasco”

        1. I’m currently reading the tidying up book that has been recommended here on the trail before. She just got to “miscellaneous” and I really wonder about her world. My miscellaneous has SO many more categories than she talks about. Good grief…. at least 50 subcategories!

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    1. My recent favorite is “In my defense, I was left unsupervised”. My supervisor works 100 miles away at another agency, and I never see him. I plan to get a shirt with that motto and wear it to work.

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        1. Wouldn’t that mean that you’d prefer the salsa and chips over the sweets, mig? If you don’t have trouble with the Eat Dessert First rule, wouldn’t that translate to preferring the sweets? Sometimes our trail question for the day requires such intricate thinking that I just go back to bed. 🙂

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  1. I had written a lengthy response stating that the primary role that I need to follow his finish one task before you continue to the next when I received a phone call and was taken away from sending and or finishing that post
    upon returning to it on my iPhone I found it was someplace other than where I remembered it and as I found it it disappeared

    am I learning? we will see

    thanks pj for the house concert info
    i’m signed up
    all the way through the guitar workshop

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  2. Rise and Shine Baboons,

    If miscellaneous is not a category, then I am in deep doodoo.

    Lately I want people to do as I say, not as I do. I think it is supposed to be the other way around.

    I also have been ruminating lately about several family relationships. It is supposed to be Let Go and Let God. I just want revenge. Uh oh.

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  3. I have to confess The rule against grocery shopping when you’re hungry is one of my favorite rules to break. Grocery stores are like heaven when you’re hungry.

    The rule about a place for everything, and everything in its place….that’s a really hard one for me. I have a small house, and it’s really hard to find a place for everything. So it breaks down really quickly. Every day I’m coming into the house with something, mail or groceries or things someone has given me, and I’m faced with the challenge of finding a place to put all the stuff. Where does it all come from?

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