As blogged by Suz

When the people of target annoy you and we have a bizarre Lost & Found department.

I had a Who Moved My Cheese moment last week at Target. I knew in my head that I hadn’t been there in a while, but I didn’t realize how long until I looked at my Target App. (there’s an app for that because there’s an app for everything) It had been over 7 weeks. SEVEN. Before the United States Dumpster Fire started, I was a once-a-week Target girl. I kept asking (anyone who would listen) “Do you think Target is gonna go out of business since I’m not going as much?”

I was actually pretty excited about my shopping trip, but sadly my excitment quickly turned to slight panic and not at the Disco. I was lost as hell because during my shopping absence the Target People remodeled/rearranged the ENTIRE store. Without my permission; what is this world coming to?

Are you old enough to remember the book Who Moved My Cheese?


She found what, where?

I have a text thread with my girls; My DNA Squad. Don’t tell their Dad, he’ll be seriously jealous.

To answer her question, yes, she used to pack heat. And also sew. And also was possibly the most unorganized person ever; hence ammo in her sewing basket. I’ll have to check her revolver for some thread. Lolo confirmed that the sewing basket still smelled like Grandma’s apartment.

I miss that unorganized lady like crazy.


I found what, where?

Last weekend my Great Niece was here visiting for the day. We broke out the girls Barbie house and accessories. Lots and lots of accessories.

I sent a text to the girls letting them know we were dusting off the Barbies.

One accessory didn’t belong in the Barbie box at all.

I removed the play scissors from Barbies’ poor ear before Kinsley was traumatized.

Can you imagine what I found in that little box within the Barbie box?

Don’t ya love a cliffhanger? I’ve got to figure out a way for you to return to this nonsense.

XO

21 thoughts on “When the people of target annoy you and we have a bizarre Lost & Found department.”

  1. I like the new look but the last look was fab too. I’m torn here . . . from the blogger who is afraid to try to update anything because I might mess something up and not know how to fix it.

    I am guessing that you found someone’s baby teeth in that little box. Did the tooth fairy forget to visit?

    Love the DNA squad. Grandma packing thread in her gun while her sewing basket was full of ammo is hilarious. You never know when you might want to tie someone in knots.

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    1. Tie someone in knots? That would be awesome. Sometimes.
      I feel like I didn’t like the original layout 100%, but not sure if I’m satisfied yet either.
      * YOU are a smart cookie!! *

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      1. I assume you understand that this is because I am the queen of what-in-the-world-is-this and who-put-this-here club. I don’t even try to figure it out anymore. The place is up for grabs, and I have come to accept it. Sort of. Happy to accept my boobie prize.

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  2. A little Barbie bullet?

    I like your old format better. I think it’s because I like the colour purple and your header had bees in it, didn’t it? Or maybe butterflies. My memory sucks.

    “I’ll have to check her revolver for some thread.” — hahahahaha, love it!

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  3. I do remember ‘Who Moved My Cheese?’. I guess that’s just another sign of my old age. You don’t need to do anything special to get us to return. I assume Barbie did not have a revolver in her sewing box. I rather like your new look.

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  4. Okay, so Who Moved My Cheese. I remember a guy I worked with read it – this is back in 2000 or 2001 – and said it was the single worst book he ever read. I’ve never read it myself, based on that recommendation. But! I also hate hate haaaaaaate when they change up the grocery store. I mean, I have a system. I can’t be always looking to see where the chickpeas are now, can I? Also, your grandma was packing heat, lol! I like the new look btw

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    1. I don’t recall reading the book myself, but I remember the moral was we must change and adapt as life is constantly changing. We either adapt, or we are at a standstill in life. I’m sure I saw the author on Oprah or Sally Jessy Raphael. LOL
      Thank you for the compliment.

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