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Friday, June 27, 2008

Spending More Money!

Wow, what a humid morning this was! Yuck. Walking outside at 7am should be a refreshing venture, but not today. Randy rode with me to Curves again this morning because we were going to breakfast afterward (isn't that what you're supposed to do after exercise???) and then run a couple of errands.

We had breakfast at a diner we've been passing by and keep saying we need to try. It's called the 'Round the Clock Diner and it's open 24 hours. You don't see that much anymore. The parking lot is always full, so we figured it must be pretty good. We got a big breakfast; the pancakes were HUGE. I couldn't even finish my meal and that's not the norm. :)

Full from breakfast, we headed to our next stop, an RV Dealership. We needed to get a door stop and Randy wanted to check on getting a surge protector for the outside electrical hook-up. We had one and it got fried quite awhile ago and we've been saying we need to get one ever since. So, today was the day. The dealership didn't have them in stock, but we ordered one and it should be in early next week. Man, those things are not cheap! But, it's a lot less expensive than having to rewire the RV!!

After that, we stopped at Radio Shack to see if they had portable GPS on sale. We told Kev & Sara we would buy them one. We found a Garmin Nuvi 200 on sale and were pleased at the price. So, check another item off the list!

With that, we were done spending money for the day and headed back home, trying to beat the storm. The storm that never showed, by the way. Not sure what's going on with this weather. We did get a little rain this evening, but nothing like we thought we were going to get because of the dark clouds.

We ended up going over to Lindsay's this evening, which was not in the plan. She called to let us know that a package from Omaha Steaks had arrived. Our oldest, Ginny, had bought Randy a package of different meats for him for birthday/Father's Day and had it sent to Lindsay's. What a great gift! Randy was excited 'cause we just don't buy meat like that – filet mignon, sirloin, etc. Thanks, Gin & Chuck!

We're now back home, got the meat all tucked away in the freezer and it's time to settle back and watch some TV. Hope you all had a good day. We sure did.

Until the next time . . .

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