As anybody that knows me in real life and many of you who only know Moo from here, have already learned that Moo does not lead a normal life. I am always prepared for the unexpected, as it will happen, I just never know when. Everything I do ends up turning out to have been an adventure and that might just be the reason I do not get out cept for the mere necessities. Now Paulette you can just quit gigglin...
I was mentally prepared to take on the task of going to a store that I really did not want to go to start with, but I just had to have a shower curtain with the whole world on it, as I have told ya'll about before. I also had on my list an eyebrow brush of all things. I have no idea why but my hairdresser told me I just had to have one. Just more to brush?
Knowing I would need all the help I could get and mustering the strength to endure the sheer turmoil of even going to the eastern part of town I got into my SUV. Although I had no idea how, while sitting in the garage, I learned how to find which cd is where and after fiddling I found the right button and found my gospel cd that I love to listen to, all tracks 1 thru 11. Hafta admit "Learning to lean on Jesus" is about one of my favorite hymns. I found and started with #1 as they all inspire me and keep me boggled mind in the correct gear.
As fate would have it, just after turning onto our wonderful connector, which connects us northern city folks to the eastern town of stores and eating joints like all the other big places have. I saw ahead a dump truck with a dump load full of dump, so I thought I would suck him up while the road was two lanes, looking in my mirror I was free to lane change and bout that time come around me in the other way lane a "high school Harry boy" flying from back of me, like I won't going fast enuf. Right then, the devil yanked out the way I used to be thoughts, so I bit my tongue and balled my fist and concentrated heavily on the gospel cd.
I quickly unbit my tongue and shook my fingers and all was well. I got to the turning off place right before getting to my destination and I noticed high school Harry was right in front of me, taking an earlier turn. Surprisingly they had more handicapped parking spots than the old store. I parked without incident and meandered into the store. Well being my first time in the new store, the horror I had heard about was now before my eyes. I found the department I needed to find the eyebrow brush, but of course I couldn't find one, until Kim came up. I only know her name cause I asked her. I asked Kim since she had lots of makeup on just where them eye brow brushes was and there they was, right under our noses. I thanked her and then asked if she knowed where the shower curtains were and that nice lady walked me right to the general area and pointed them out to me. Thanking her again, I told her I was gonna put her in my blog today. I hope she didn't feel threatened.
I went and the shower curtain just jumped out at me and so did the price, but I figured the world was worth it, picked one up and headed for the check out.
Talked a bit with the really nice check outter girl and walked out to my closely parked SUV. I hafta admit I felt just a little gay as I came outta the store as the clerk and I discussed the debatical (Moo's definition for debating upon) amongst the store and the Christians and she summed it up ok, "to each his own". I felt satisfied with that. I quickly felt normal when I got in my SUV, but did have a thought. I forgot to get any of them shower curtain hanging thingies, just knowing my rose colored ones won't gonna look good with my world shower curtain, but I dared not go back in that store, so I stopped at the Dollar General and picked me up some clear ones, that will go with anything. Not really, was cause it was all that was left for $1.25. $5 for metal ones, no no no, not me and besides I had never seen metal ones before.
I used what energy I had- to do that wanted but much dreaded trip- so if I get a second wind today, I just might get the old ones down and the new one up. Jerrell asked this morning when he called to please take down the accessorized outside curtain swaggy thing with all the dust on them and not to put them back up. Of course I will, they won't match my world shower curtain and would block my view. That might not sound like a job to you, but in my eyes right now, it seems like a job that would need a crew to do.
Welp, I done it, a tad ashamed but happy as this little Moo knows how to be. Gotta go, fix me and little Roxy some lunch. Now ain't ya'll glad you went with me to that store today?...