Today is Tuesday and it's time to brave the crowds at the grocery store. Are you ready?
1. Drink your Coffee
2. Eat a good Breakfast
3. List in Hand
Early morning shopping is generally less hectic than shopping later in the day. Parking spaces are in abundance and the grocery carts are available.
I love looking at the produce and choosing the perfect fruits and vegetables for my family. The dairy aisle is next. I pass by the meat aisle. My turkey is usually bought and slowly thawing in the refrigerator.
I carefully maneuver through every aisle even if nothing in that aisle is on my list. Just in case!! When I think I am through, I double check my list to make sure I didn't forget anything.
Time to check out!
Home again and time to put it all away. Once that's done, it is time to do the laundry. I don't want to leave the laundry until Wednesday because I almost always dry mine on wood racks. My husband doesn't care if his goes in the dryer or not but I do. I can do two loads of wash and then dry it all once.
My clothes will be dry by Wednesday afternoon and then I can put it away. The racks will be stored until next laundry day.
Laundry is a chore that I've never minded doing. It feels good to wash, dry, fold, and neatly put it all away.
Have you done your Thanksgiving shopping yet?
*Isn't Susan Wheeler's Holly Pond Hill illustration so sweet! I'd love to visit that pumpkin patch!*