Shopping can be at its best exhausting some days. First stop was Walmart, second stop over to the Dollarama, then the final stop was Bell World where we ducked in for a moment for me to look at a new "heavy duty" cell phone, the Sonim XP5520 BOLT PTT. I have to admit after looking at the online specs for this phone, I have to agree with Rob that it does look pretty durable and attractive with a 3 year guarantee backing it. Check it out yourself should you be looking for such a phone by *clicking* HERE.
It was going on to 1 pm by the time we had finished up with the shopping we had wanted to do. Before we had left the house I had asked Rob if he would like me to make up some breakfast, which of course this never happened as he wanted to leave right then and there. I was famished at this point. Rob took us around to our favourite little Chinese Restaurant the Twin Dragon in Owen Sound for a buffet lunch. It was very good especially at the price of $22.00 and change which included a $2.00 tip.
We had to buy dog food. I can not begin to express at, once again, how disappointed I am with rising prices of everything but "incomes".
How anyone is suppose to cut any more out of their every day living with prices of everything constantly on the rise, is beyond my understanding. There is going to be no room left for enjoying any part of life in the way of having an odd meal out, extra activities, and any hobbies, or much else for that matter.
When I was at Walmart I had some photos printed out, since I had bought a frame well before Christmas that I have been wanting to get filled.
This afternoon I also finished up putting together my Secret Sister gift.
I am so excited about getting my Secret Sister package off into the mail tomorrow.
This is the third Secret Sister Swap I have participating in since Carla at My 1/2 Dozen Daily had created and began hosting them last Spring. Thanks again, Carla, as you know how much I LOVE this swap ! Hugsssss.
At 4 pm my Lexus needed out, so away we went.
Trust me I am enjoying every moment of their restricted mobility, as before you know it they will be four weeks old, next week already, with sharp little teeth and the beginning of the weaning process.
Another day has gone by in a *blink* of the eye so it seems, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".