I got up this morning did 3 loads of laundry, cleaned the kitchen and living room, and decided I needed to go to town. Now, when I say "go to town", it's an event, not just a trip to town.
Both the kiddos needed a haircut and I needed a few groceries. Since when did it cost $30 (total) for two kids haircuts? At Walmart??
After my few piddly little bags of groceries, my wallet was $75 lighter. Now I'm not blaming Walmart for the cost of groceries I'm just saying that's where we went. Decided to go to the car wash and vacuum out the winter crud from the car and decided to throw away my walmart receipt. Big mistake.
Got home, unloaded, sat down and realized I didn't remember bringing in the bag of two whole frozen chickens. The kids helped put the things away so I checked the fridge. Nope. Freezer? Nope. Truck of the car? Nope.
Of course the customer behind me either didn't notice they got two free whole chickens or they chose to wallow in their good fortune and not turn them into customer service (I called to see if they'd been turned in and they hadn't been and because I couldn't produce my receipt, I'm out of luck). That was enough for at least four dinners for us. I hope the people that got the chickens truly needed them because that's the only thing that's keeping my anger in check.