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Bountiful Basket

Saturday, March 30, 2013

I haven't gotten a bountiful basket for a long time. I decided the other day to get one and share it with my friend. We got some good produce today. Things I like and needed.

The Idaho Russet potatoes were huge!! emoticon They are definitely baking potatoes. A couple of cases of bananas were badly damaged. Some people were taking them for banana bread. emoticon I had one for a snack in the car on the way home.

My new cell phone died this morning, so I decided to change models and went with a Samsung Note II. It is really nice and big, yet thin, even with the case around it.

Of course I went to Sam's Club and Serena helped me. She is so smart with cell phones. Not sure how she can keep all that knowledge of hers in her head. I forget things so fast now. Seems that unless it is committed to long term memory some how, I lose it. Sometimes I think I don't listen well enough.

Did some walking, bending, pushing and packing today. I tried not to lift anything. I used my feet to push the baskets. I didn't think the bending would be bad. I think it is time for some Tylenol. emoticon

Have a Happy Easter tomorrow!! emoticon
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    Glad you were able to get your basket, hope you're able to put everything to use this week :)
    I wish my memory were better too- it's gotten worse with the pregnancy so I have electronic reminder notes to help me (thanks to the connectivity between my phone, laptop and work computer).

    Hope the tylenol did the trick and helped. Have a wonderful day!
    2891 days ago
    Take care of yourself Angie! I don't know how the kids can know so much about anything technical. Window 8 just blew my mind but my daughter figured it out in just a couple of hours. I know there is a lot more to my phone than I can even guess. But I still like it!
    2893 days ago
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