Grocery shopping and my rice pack!

My plan to start the week. Monday morning going to the grocey store. Made my list and thought ok, I will wear my mask and put on gloves, the thin ones that don’t make me look like I am from mars. Already have that look with not being able to go to the hair dresser.

7AM with my mask and gloves on, off I went to the store, list in hand. It took me an hour and a half to find everything I needed. The store was out of some things that I needed, but that was ok. They had alot of people stocking shelves. Then off to the check out, where I had to pack most of my own groceries. The cashier helped a bit and I was truly thankful. Then of course, I had to put everything in the car. Drive home and unload the car. Just had seen a video on wiping down everything you bring in from the store. Stop right here. Please God I am not wiping down everything. Got everything out their bags and put away. It seemed like forever. I am thinking curbside shopping here I come.

Treated myself to a good cup of coffee. Put my nice rice pack on my neck and right shoulder and relaxed. Those rice packs are wonderful and I just warm mine up in the microwave. They are so comforting when you have those aches and pains that bother us all at times.

For a long time I have thought that grocery shopping was a big job, but we have to have food, so I am not complaining, just expressing how I felt at that moment. Exhausted! Nap time was wonderful and I so much enjoyed mine. Again my rice pack felt so good. The one showing needs a little more rice in the ends, but I will take this one anytime. Want to know more about making rice packs send me your email and I will try and answer your questions. One Christmas helped grandchildren make them for their parents. That was interesting.

Hope you have/had a great day. Here are some things to consider doing, find a new book, a new author to read, do a craft, write a letter, send a card, say a prayer, call someone you have not talked with in a while, start getting pictures ready to start a scrapbook for your children, grandchildren. Looking at those pictures will put a smile on your face.

The beautiful flowers were from daughter Cindy and husband David for Easter! Beautiful and I look at them every day and smile.

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