Probably not. She probably shouldn't. I guess we're all going to have to use our imaginaaaation to get through this post. *wink, wink*
So I arrived here moments ago, and already I am regretting this expedition, along with the 87.5634% of the greater Portland population that appears to be here with me. It's elbow to elbow and...
Oh wait. I found some cheery folks, and it appears...that they are having a family reunion on aisle 9. How creative! And thoughtful too! Now if I can just scootch by them I might be able to...Oh my, they are a big family; look how far they...
[The Emergency Petty Alert system would like to remind Lisa that she just wrote about kindness, mere hours ago. This is only a test. In the event of true snark, someone is bound to remind her that she chose to go to the store, days before Thanksgiving, not that it will help. She's bound to claim her kids can't survive on Halloween castoffs alone. /test]
Where were we? That's right, I was practicing recon missions, leaving my cart while I duck and weave for items, one thing at a time.
Soy milk, almond milk, cow's milk...Eggs, egg replacer, tofu
(Life with allergies is never boring...)
Ah, what a cute baby. What's that you're saying little guy? 'Look at your hand?'
Or is he saying: 'Mama, look at that man?' It's a toss up. (I bet you can guess which one I prefer.)
Well, that's all I've got for today. Please tune in again next week, when I tackle: 10 reasons why the mall is not your friend.