1. Apparently my customer had other plans or forgot as well, because after my whole sewing machine/walking foot crisis, she has not shown up.
2. Joe came in the store, stripped his outside stuff off, and walked up front to tell me that somewhere along the way home one of his gym shoes fell out of his bag.
Gee, Joe. I guess you’d better go get your jacket and boots on and get back out there and find it!
Luckily for his health and well being, he did find it.
I think I’d better go pop some more M&Ms and maybe get a cup of hot chocolate. Thankfully, the rest of my day has been relatively normal and quiet, and I don’t think he even had to go all the way back to school for it.
Vicki W says
You have had quite a day! Hot chocolate for sure!
Suzanne, do you know how many times over the last 20 years I have lived this scenario? Mine started back in ’90 when Jesse started Kindergarten. Then again in 2000 when Sam started, and 2008 when Dylan started.
I officially won’t be over these kinds of mornings until 2020! So I definitely feel you.
Christine Olson says
OMG! Your boys sound like my DS! News flash…it doesn’t get much better as they age. Maybe I’ll see some improvement when the 20’s arrive. (Hopefully he’ll be outta my house by then! 😀 )
Lynn Douglass says
I can so relate! I was forever getting a call from one of my boys in a panic, to tell me that they’d forgotten something! As for the snowboots and snowpants, I have absolutely no concept of needing such things. It was hard enough to just get them out the door fully dressed!
Oh, Suzanne! Hope the rest of your day and your weekend improved! Have to tell you I was giggling by the time I finished reading both posts.
Send some of that snow to SC!! I miss it.