Thursday, December 17, 2009

Christmas Shopping

The day started with a visit from Bob & Maggie. Linda had lost an earring at their lot last night, and Maggie found it. HooRay! We had a nice visit. It so great to spend some time with our friends, and find out what they have been doing since last winter.

After we parted, Linda & I took off to do some Christmas shopping. I know what you're thinking, its about time. Well, we don't like to rush into things to quickly. Plus we're not to good on making decisions. We started off at Sam's Club, and struck out. Then we went to Costco in Peoria, and we did a little better. Then it was on to the Arrowhead Town Center, where we picked up a couple of things. But we're far from done. So you know what we're going to be doing over the next few days.

Hopefully we'll be done by Christmas Eve.


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Dkalla said...

So it sounds like Linda is all better, YEAH!!! Shopping...yup, that's what Ken and I have been though isn't it. So I will be anxious to see where you end up for Christmas, last thing I heard was possibly Lake Arrowhead or Big Bear.....:-)