Saturday, December 24, 2016

Christmas shopping and such

Yesterday was another full day sort of like busy and yet just a little of  nothing special.

The first in order was son Joe and I after getting ready to face the day was off to the Flea Market to see if they had anything that we couldn't do without.

I have no idea we went into the vendor that had some computer stuff to look around.  In doing that I saw a few computers on display and looking at the prices of the refurbished computers there was one that had a pretty good price.  I kept looking at it and thinking and looking and thinking that Nancy is always complaining how slow her small note book computer was.  Then I have been thinking of a Christmas present for her.  So by buying the computer it solved two problems.  
Her complaining and buying her a Christmas present.

Getting back from the Flea Market we picked up Nancy to go to have something to eat before doing other things. I also wanted to get to the Royal Buffet  for the dinner price of $6.99 and I also had coupons for free drinks.

After eating a little too much we were back on route 19 where we saw two different accidents involving three or four cars each I stopped at the Save A Lot to get some canned vegetables.

The next stop was Walmart to get some groceries for Nancy to fix Christmas Dinner.
I guess you know that did take quite a while with the crowd doing their last minute shopping.
The cashier lines where long and the Customer Service line much longer with people already bringing things back.  

After getting back home, putting things away Nancy wanted me to set up her new computer with the things that she had on her small computer.
You know how the rest of the evening went,

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day. 


1 comment:

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

I can understand the frustration of a sllooowwww computer and know that Nancy appreciates her much faster computer that you got her for Christmas.
Wishing You, Nancy, Joe and the rest of your Family a Safe and Merry Christmas.

Rick and Kathy Rousseau

It's about time.