Monday, July 15, 2013

Update Time

Hey guys! It's Monday! This evening I'm throwing a tote party at my house for some close friends (I'm SUPER excited about it). Not much more to show...yet. :P *mums the word*
This week my husband and I are planning on fixing our porch. I also really need to remember to water my tomato plant more. It's sad that a deer (or rabbit?) ate the top off of it. -__- I was really upset when my husband nonchalantly pointed it out.
How have you guys been? Lately I've been reading a lot. By a lot, I mean 6 books a week. And this week I'm going to finally go to the farmers market! I'm really excited about some fresh veggies...Of course, I'll do a blog post. ^_^
I feel as a young women that my interests are changing. Shifting. I don't know what that means for this blog, but I'm not worried. It's weird to move on from what you are to becoming something different. For instance, the last few weeks I've been really interested in studying Hebrew. This came out of nowhere. I used to think Christians that learned Hebrew were weird. Now I'm going to become one of them. O.o
Want to know a funny/odd/amazing story? When I went to buy groceries for my party today at Kroger's, they had a computer malfunction coupled with a power outage. I was still shopping when it happened and thought nothing of it. I figured it would be fixed before I was done. But when I went to check out the lines were 10-12 people long, apparently the problem still existed. I waited for about 20-30 minutes in line--and then Kroger's decided to close the store and give everyone in line their food for free. What? If that's not amazing customer service, I don't know what is.

I'm still in shock.


Deanna Fike said...

whoa. that is so awesome of krogers! hope you had a full cart. ;-)

Rachel G said...

Oh wow, that is truly amazing customer service! What a little blessing! My sister recently started studying Hebrew, and she says it's a very hard one to wrap your mind around (from a girl who usually studies Korean). I hope the party goes well for you!

Paulina Dombrowski said...

That is amazing you got it all for free. Things like that never happen.

don't be a mesmire said...

what's a tote party?