Today was a shopping day. It's getting a little too close to Christmas and I have a little too little done for my tastes.
Sarah decided she was going to come with me and before we left I laid out EXACTLY what I was going to do to Jeff and told him I would call him at some point in my travels so he knew what time to expect me home. If I dont do this he will call and ask if I got lost or fell into a black hole because he can never understand how shopping can take so long.
He is one of these "pick something and buy it" guys. No patience to look around.
He is also pretty sick and has had a fever off and on for 3 days so he is grouchy and out of sorts anyway.
After the first 2 stores I call him and tell him I'm on my way to Home Depot to get the Christmas tree and then will stop at the market to pick him up him something to drink. I also start to tell him about a few of the things I've gotten so far.
He interrupts me and says "I don't want to hear all the details... just get everything done and come home".
I hung up and stuck my tongue out at the phone. Very mature I know.
Sarah and I got to Home Depot and start looking for a tree... She holds one up and I look at it, then I hold it up and she looks at it. We trade opinions until we find the perfect one. Not like when I take Jeff and he wants the first tree we pull out of the pile. We pay for it, stuff it into the back of the van and head for the market. We hurry through some quick shopping to get stuff so I can make cookies and other yummies this week, as well as the requested drink. As we are pulling out of the parking lot my phone rings.
I am greeted with a very dejected voice on the other end: "Exactly one hour and a minute ago you said you were coming home."
"Exactly one hour and a minute ago I said I was going to get a tree and go to the market... now I am 5 minutes from home."
"Oh OK...sorry.. I must have missed that part".
See what happens when you don't want to hear all the details?