At Precisely 2:59 AM Saturday, the dratted little Squirrels dropped a 3 pound avocado on the roof. It sounded like a bomb went off.... The photo above is the ONLY ONE that has survived the scamper rats, it weighs 2 pounds, so imagine another pound bigger and dropped from 20 feet on the roof.
At 5 AM we swept, vacuumed, mopped the floors and I drove off to my 6:30 AM visit to Wal-Mart for the weekly supplies.
BAM! another Bomb. this time a Apricot Preserve Glass Bomb hits the kitchen floor and this time there is broken glass saturated with preserves ALL OVER THE CLEAN FLOOR...
How does glass fly 12 feet in all directions?. Why didn't the preserves glue the glass together in one blob?
Add two dogs to the mix that want to eat the sticky glass. I have to find shoes, for me not the dogs and put them in the back yard, run out front to warn bob who is cutting grass, that they are in the yard because he sometimes leaves the gates open.
THEN I had to wash the dustpan to get the sticky glass off it...also I JUST KNOW I will have missed a sliver and it will end up in my foot and Bob will yell at me when I whine while he picks it out.
Bob says: did you get the test chemicals for the pool? YES, and they cost 4.97 and last year they were 2.97 she rants as she hunts for it.
I pull it out and OH NO! OH NO!
SOME IDIOT took the yellow bottle OUT and placed two red bottles in the package in order to get 2 yellow bottles for themselves.... YELLOW is what we needed, it tests the chlorine...
Now I have to stand in line at customer service to exchange it and the crowds that I missed by going at 6:30 AM are all there standing in line in front of me. BOO HOO... BOO HOO
I KNOW some of you are thinking who was the idiot who did not look at the box to see if there was a red and a yellow in it.... GO AHEAD, THINK IT, but please don't say it!