There are whole worlds out there waiting to be explored.
Today I explored the Walmart world. 'Course I've been there before, but when you've been sick, and cooped up, well, exploring that world can be SUPER!!
(Yes, I was sick and cooped up for a while... even during my birthday (but it wasn't so bad, since I was on the mend-side of being sick).
I remember when we moved to Kentucky years ago. I was having culture shock. Central Kentucky and southwestern Oklahoma are totally different, really. Well, not like London and Mexico City, but they are quite different. The 'feel' is different.
Ah, but then we went to the Bardstown, KY Walmart. And were were HOME!!!! It felt EXACTLY like the Lawton, OK Walmart. It kind of took me by surprise at how comforting it was to just be in that Bardstown Walmart. It was like I started settling down in my mind. And relaxing. I think that was when I could start making my own Kentucky home. Mmm.
Anyway, it DOES feel good to get out and about... with eyebrows plucked and makeup on.... and my earrings actually went in! (I'd thought my ears might have to get re-pierced.)
Anyway, life is good.
And here's a coinky-dinky (as Laura used to say): For lunch yesterday (my birthday) Sam said he would go and get whatever I wanted (as I was still staying in) and so he did.
No, it wasn't earth-shattering, but fun.
And yes, that is NOT the healthiest of meals.
BUT ON MY BIRTHDAY I GET WHAT I WANT!!!!
(When I'm feeling better Sam said he'd take me to my FAVORITE PLACE, Joe T Garcia's, just the two of us. :) )
I know I sometimes give too much meaningless information on my blog, but I think 'meaningfulness' is in the mind of the beholder.
I have a poll up (upper right). Please vote if you haven't! Thank you.
(I've had to get back with the word-verification feature, sorry.)
I'll close with this,
Always laugh when you can. It is the cheapest medicine.