I was expecting a free bag (all the time I've been buying there, they've had a promo -- nine bags and the 10th is free) and I'd been offered the free bag last time with the ninth bag, but I don't have anywhere to store it. So I was surprised when she gave me a price and I said I was expecting the free bag. She said they'd changed programs on 11/30 and while I wasn't losing anything in the trade, the computer wasn't set up to give me the free bag. So she figured out a way to give it to me. While she was working on that, I spied metal boxes with Mary Engelbreit pictures on them and went to get the Peace one. I actually have this card and have never been able to use it because it's the only one I had. Now I have 12 more, plus the box!
In Manassas, on the way home, a fire engine wanted to make a u-turn right in front of me, so of course, I let it. When it got out of the way, I had to change to the left lane because there were four police cars, one unmarked, already in front of a house. I wonder if I'll hear what happened. I was able to move back into the right lane so I could make my right turn home.
The mail lady was at the clusterbox as I came in and I stopped to get my mail. I don't remember telling her I was an atheist, but she brought it up and said she was an atheist, too, but she was afraid to say so publically. She asked me if I was UU and I said I was more atheist than that, but apparently she goes to the local UU. Some of her kids turned fundamentalist!
Last night, after I'd been asleep about an hour, both of my feet tried to turn upside down, so I managed to get a half flexeril and take it with the water I keep to help coughing at night and go back to sleep. I think I may need a nap.