This morning I spent picking up the chunks around here, and I mean literally picking them up. It is an endless battle trying to be organized when one has no routine to speak of. At least it is not to the point of embarrassment now should someone drop in unexpected, nor to have my Mother over for her Birthday lunch tomorrow.
I also put a call into Sears about our mattress we had purchased back in January. We purchased a mattress pad from Sears so we would have the "Comfort Guarantee", meaning if you were not satisfied with the comfort of the mattress you purchased you could return it within the first year for your money back or a replacement mattress of your choice (money difference either paid or returned on the new mattress purchase). The mattress we had chosen is way too hard for my pressure points, even after we were told it had a gel top, which I believe we had been misinformed. I am going to need the one down from the extra firm this is for sure.
When one spends well over $1000 on a mattress, one should expect comfort. Yes?
Not sure when Rob and I will have the time to go decide what mattress we want again, but it will have to happen within the next couple of weeks. He thought originally the firm would be the best for his back, but now I think he has rethunk those thoughts.
This afternoon I had an appointment with our bank lady. Our lady is going to be retiring in 2 years time, and I really will miss her. I was hoping she would be there until our mortgage was paid off, but we will still have a couple more years for that to happen once she has already left.
Appointments last upwardly to and past a good hour. It doesn't take long for an afternoon to go by.
Everywhere I had gone today I received compliments on ...
Ha, remember that old song by Nancy Sinatra with her Boots on? back in 1966.