That Labor Day is next week? Where did this summer go? Honestly, the quickest summer I ever saw pass. Weren't we just celebrating Fourth of July?
So we go to the store on Saturday, determined to make things right. We owed for that one ear of corn and I was determined to take care of business. I wrote it on the list so I wouldn't forget it, because if its not written on the list, I'm more than likely to forget it. Darn that getting old.
Our regular cashier had the day off. Some new guy I had not seen before took care of us. We have a card, like a lot of supermarkets, that you get discounts if you use the card. Someone (not me) lost the card. To get extra discounts, we needed a particular number. I bring that number with us and ask the cashiers to punch in that number so we can get discounts. A penny saved is a penny earned, right?
So I asked the cashier to key in our number. He says "no problem." Then I explain the week before we got 6 ears of corn instead of 5 ears of corn for a dollar. We want to make it "right." He is a little taken back, but this week corn is six ears for 2 dollars, so each ear is basically 34 cents. He keys it in and tells us that. We say "go it" and we take care of that extra ear of corn. All is good. I know more than likely we get over charged more than we know it, but if I know I should pay for something, I'm going to try to do it.
Things are so status quo. Nothing new, nothing different. We get up, we do this, we do that. We end the day just the same. Its good. Its routine. Its mundane, but its okay. I'll take that over stress and strain and anxiety and pain.
This I know.
Koda is spoiled. Always has been, always will be.
God is good. All the time, no matter what.
I can live with both.
I can accept both.
I just have no idea where this year went, do you?