Meaning we just got home at a quarter to five from leaving at eleven-thirty A.M.!
When we left to go to the mall the temperature outside was in the mid-eighties, but when we got home it had gotten to over ninety and the humidity is also sky high, due to the rain again while in the mall, like a sweeping rush of a warm/hot air from a steam room, yep that hot! So I once again ended up with very nasty spasms getting from the store to the car.
When we arrived at the mall it was nice to see that it was busy and it really must have been later than eleven thirty since it is only five miles from home and the traffic wasn't too bad and it was nearly noon when we got there. Hubby parked near the food court so that is where we ate lunch, he chose Sbarros and I chose the Japanese restaurant, both meals we had our own home bottles of beverages with, his water and mine club soda, as usual.
From there we went to Sears since we had some reward points to spend, ten dollars off what Hubby needed and wanted new rechargeable batteries for his Dewalt tools on sale for the double pack for $99.99, an early Father's Day gift. Then I looked at sandals there and they were more than I wanted to pay for, on sale for $25 each pair, and so I also looked at their blouses that also were more than cheapie me wanted to spend at fifteen bucks a piece on sale, so we moved on to Payless shoes and I found what I wanted thanks to their salesperson Melissa!
I had asked for metallic sandals, slip-ons that did not have the strap between the toes, since that hurts me, any-who she found me a pair of children's in size five and a half that fit perfectly in gold with a Velcro adjustable back, best part they were only $9.99! These days since I do not walk on them they should last forever most likely, ha!
I still wanted some blouses to wear to PT and so we stopped in Old Navy and sure enough their sale was just my kind of sale, two blouses were $4.97 each and the third was only $3.99!
So I paid less than fifteen for all three including tax!
I thought we were ready to leave but Hubby felt like an ice cream and I got a fat free frozen yogurt we were satiated enough or so I thought and ready for our last stop our GROCERIES!
Publix is truly a pleasure to shop in; we were welcomed and I was even hugged by the produce man, Maceau, oh what joy! People genuinely missed seeing me, so they said, yep they did.
Our groceries were many since we were out of everything again, and our bill was quite high for just two people, over $288!
But all necessary staples many.
We should be good for at least a couple of weeks and we did refurbish our necessities for hurricane season too.
Never buyers' remorse with groceries, since we rarely throw anything away these days and we use all that we purchase.
That's it for tonight... supper is ready!
Love to all, be well, blessings!
And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!