Friday, Ken and I drove to Indiana to visit Vicki. We got there late but I still stayed up until late talking with Vicki. This is normal for a visit with one of my kids.
Saturday, we ran errands with Vicki and she forced me to go to JoAnn Fabrics. We wandered for a while. I may have spread glitter on her from some ribbon she was looking at. It seems only fair since she forced me to go to the craft store.
Leaving the store, I had three bags of yarn, books, and supplies. My wallet was lighter by quite a bit but I saved almost $65 which is more than half what I spent. Surprisingly, I didn’t spend the rest of the day crocheting for her, though she did get two scarves out of the craft store trip. It was fun to walk through and say “oohh, pretty, nice texture, hmm must have,” and pick up what we wanted.
A huge surprised, I picked up two skeins of yarn specifically for myself. Vicki has them and is knitting me something.
My new books came home marred with tabs. Vicki had to inspect them. Of course during the inspection, she tagged all the things she liked.
The drive down was mostly uneventful. We saw one accident which slowed us down around Chicago. At one of the tolls, several cop cars had at least one semi-truck pulled over. There were three cops at the back of the truck with bolt cutters. I’d love to know more about that but of course we were driving so could stop to gape at the event.
The ride back was easy and had very little traffic. This is always a good thing. Basically I set my cruise and drove. That makes the trip easy and pleasant. We listened to a book most of the way back. I woke up tired which is never a good thing but once we put the book in, it pushed back the tired.
Unfortunately, I got home, showered, and had every intention of working on writing but came to the living room and curled up in the recliner to nap for almost three hours. Interestingly, I could probably turn out the light and go back to sleep. However, in my head are two stories that started on the drive down. I’m going to try to get at least the concepts down on paper. In my head I have two or three other things I want to get done today. What’s in my head and what will actually happen may very well be two different things.