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Apr. 27th, 2006

Well the meal for Sunday is all sorted, and I've sort of organised a Crosslinks display for the board at church, though this is subject to revision as apparently a Crosslinks Poster arrived yesterday and I'll need to incorporate that too, I even know more or less what I want to cover leading the prayers on Sunday, so life is quite peaceful now. Yesterday was generally quite a profitable day, Little Fishes was fun, even if Marie did dress me up in tin foil, told everyone I was Goliath and encouraged a child to throw marshmallows at me! The bubble machine was amusing too.
To be honest even the Parish Meeting wasn't bad, it didn't go on too long, was good humoured and coffee provided a good opportunity to chat with people, some of whom I hadn't caught up with for a while.
Today, I'm having coffee with sheaj34 this afternoon and before that we need to put in a grocery order and do some washing. I think it should be a quite relaxing but productive sort of day, but we'll see!


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Apr. 27th, 2006 10:10 am (UTC)
It sure sounds like you have some things up and running around the place now *g* and leading prayers now too!

I'm glad you had a profitable day. Hey, when you get groceries delivered, what happens to the frozen stuff? Do you have to be home to receive it all? My friend is going to do it for a while, she's kind of stressed and figures the extra $12 will outweigh the strolling around the aisles, the overspending, the impulse buying and the time spent lugging stuff around. I think she's just really tired, worn out, so I said Yeah, do it, my friends in England do! Then the questions started LOL!
Apr. 27th, 2006 11:07 am (UTC)
Hey, when you get groceries delivered, what happens to the frozen stuff?
They have a freezer bit in their delivery truck for frozen goods, so it probably arrives colder than it would if you brought it home in your own car from the supermarket.

Do you have to be home to receive it all?
Yes, an adult has to be there to sign for it. Any way some one needs to put away chilled and frozen items.

We usually manage to get the delivery charge reduced by picking a cheap delivery slot or getting up to a certain value of groceries. I find it reduces our shopping costs because you just don't impulse buy the way you would if you're really in a shop and it is so convenient.
Apr. 27th, 2006 09:36 pm (UTC)
Oh, thanks, I'll pass all that on to Jill. Thank you. I love shopping at the supermarket though, I do heaps of impulse buying and dinner planning and spend too much but it's my one spend of the week!!!
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