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01/07/2015 § 16 Comments
Well that takes care of lunch. Now I have to pick up the dry cleaning and get to the bank before it closes.
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And – I want to fly south for the winter too. Brrr…Getting a bit chilly around here. 😉
For years I never understood why people would want to miss a Midwest winter. As I get older, It becomes SUCH an attractive idea.
Similarly here. As a kid – I loved & lived for this stuff. After-all – it’s mostly for fun & play. As an adult – no thank you – especially having to clear it out (which I fortunately don’t have to do this – hubby takes care of it) & driving in it. YUK! And – the gas bill -UGH!
Thank goodness for the dry cleaning, wouldn’t want to look too seedy.
Or smell like a perch.
I don’t think birds do much banking of their seeds. That’s why they go South for the Winter. Now squirrels, these guys know how to save. They
must save or they’ll only be a memory when the weather breaks. I don’t know about the dry cleaners. k
The friendly folks at the IRS always offer to TAKE us to the dry cleaners.
Always the early bird
Who hums all the way to the dry cleaners and laughs all the way to the bank.
I guess you better get going and wing it the rest of the day!
True, although unless it’s a late lunch (and the bank and dry cleaners are a considerable drive), he/she should have plenty of time. (I know, you weren’t expecting a SERIOUS response to your pun.)
One never knows what your responses might be. That makes it interesting!
Perhaps some seed money for a new venture?
A McMansion birdhouse, perhaps?
Perhaps you can tweet your bank, unless you are tending to your nest egg.
You crack me up!
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