AH…. Saturday… nothing to do, day off. I watched Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (can’t beat Doc Brown chewing the scenery as a Klingon baddie getting kicked by the ever poetic William Shatner…”I…have HAD… ENOUGH of…YOU!“). Then watched the start of the ball game before heading to church and some grocery shopping (UGH… grocery shopping). However, we did have some Chinese. Mass was interesting: the musicians decided to not show so Father Jim led the congregation in “Jesus Christ is Risen Today” a capella. I’ve heard worse. The remainder of mass was music-less. Someone asked why I did not jump up and volunteer to lead. Since it was not my home parish and I was not appropriately dressed (I did not have time to change out of my jeans and sweatshirt before we left… last minute thing) I said “Not today.” Hmm… kind of reminds me of another tangenteer’s latest post!
At the Chinese restaurant, my fortune was actually one of the most fitting I have ever received. “You have a great appreciation for the arts and music.” REALLY… A great appreciation sounds just a bit less than reality but I’ll take it! I did not even ask “What kind of fortune is that?” I had to make sure that the cookie was not opened beforehand, but I did take it out of the sealed wrapper. Six year old Alyssa’s said: “Sell Your Ideas They Are Worldly Appropriate.” Her idea: “To be on Spongebob.” 😉
While at the ‘Mart, I was asked to go to the toy department. Sounded more fun than wandering around the grocery aisles. Push push here and honk that bicycle horn! Buy me this! 30,000 piece puzzles (well… 300 piece Cinderella’s Castle puzzle that looked fun). Tossed around the Nerf balls. Whatever happened to the cool Star Wars blasters. Out of stock? Then the inevitable bathroom break that seemed to take 20 minutes… and of course both girls had to go at the same time… imagine that! But in the end, I came out relatively unscathed and not a penny poorer than I went in.. so all was good!
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Sounds like fun…
Hmm, do I ever come out of Walmart unscathed? Definitely not a penny poorer – EVER!!