Linda and I made another trip to Roswell today, this time to take down her exhibit and bring it home. It was amazing that what took a couple hours to put up was down in less than 30 minutes! As I finished taking down the last piece that required the ladder, I descended the ladder and missed the bottom step. That goodness it was the bottom one! I wasn't hurt, just jarred a little as I took a very long step to the ground, but I tipped the ladder just a bit, enough to bump my wrist and ended up with a bruise. Sheesh. I told Linda that I was filing Worker's Comp. She just laughed at me. I don't get it. The good thing is that now the right arm has a bruise to offset and/or match the left one with several small bruises from hauling tree branches yesterday. I look like I've been in a fight, but only from wrists to elbows!
And, of course, you know that as long as we were there, we just HAD to do a little shopping. We have become very proficient with our shopping. We enter a store like storm troopers, grabbing things on our list, then taking time to mosey a little, "window shop," if you will, and be out of the store in less time than most people can imagine. Believe it or not, we have mastered this so well that neither of us feels rushed in the process, and if we choose to take longer, neither gets uptight about it either. We be good at it!!
After our shopping was done, we headed to a restaurant that was recommended last time we were there, only to learn that they are closed on Monday! We tossed a coin and decided, before it hit the flip, that Red Lobster was calling us. We followed the voice and had a delicious lunch.
Next a stop at Papa Murphy's for a pizza to bring home for dinner, Dairy Queen for a Moolatte for the drive home, and we hit the road. On the way home we were laughing about how well we did in our swarming of the stores!
After dropping off Linda at her studio and unloading her things, I drove home. Look at the wonderful sky and mountains I watched as I drove.
Home again, home again, jiggidy-jog!