23 July 2011


Funny thing is....she wanted to write me a list and we got in an argument about paper vs. email. That's what I get.

On May 1, 2011, at 5:58 PM,  wrote:
Whole foods has it all.
On May 1, 2011, at 5:55 PM,  wrote:
I don't think you can get attitude adjustments at the store....
On May 1, 2011, at 5:15 PM, > wrote:
What exactly is a "help stimulator"? Is it battery operated?
On May 1, 2011, at 4:53 PM,  wrote:
pizza makings
broccoli
avocados
bananas
sliced mango
pineapple
red cabbage
sushi
salad
apples
pear
help stimulator
attitude adjustment
love
you
even
though
you think
im crazy
clover milk
buttermilk
paper vs digital?
as my husband was running out the door to go to the market i reached for a piece of paper to write down a quick list. he insisted i email/text him instead. so i did - from his computer using his email and somehow managed to send the list out to a whole group of people (at least 100) - WHOOPS.  i was somewhat horrified at my error as there was more to the list than just food but rationalized that no one would keep reading after a few items.  WRONG. 
    
  

3 comments:

  1. So much for digital. I'm pretty hooked in, but the lists still go on paper. I like that they often pop up months later, and I get to try to put together why I was shopping at all.

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  2. So funny! I love the idea of sneaking in little messages in the grocery list :) Thank you for joining Post Of The Month Club! XOLaura

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  3. Too funny! This really made me smile. Found you through Post of the Month.

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