Sunday morning coffee ramble....

Good Morning Coffee Friends!

Today I had thought maybe of running some household shopping and early Christmas gift errands but I didn't have a clear plan in my head of what I wanted so instead I was up early (thanks snoring husband...) and had coffee and researched my ideas online while in my comfy pajamas.  It then started to rain outside so yeah... staying home just sounded right.

In the end I got my thoughts in order about some gifts for 'the littles' and even got a few things ordered online.

I really (really) hate to order anything online anymore, because the delivery is hit or miss... usually miss.

I've blogged about that issue many times as it's almost unbelievable sometimes.  It's bad when you come to expect the contracted FedEx drivers ARE going to open and riffle through your boxes looking for things to steal; they ARE going to literally leave the packages in the street at the end of your driveway where they can easily be stolen; they ARE going to toss open boxes into ditches and grassy areas at the end of their shifts at 8:00 and 9:00 at night and mark them 'delivered' and then you ARE going to have to fight for hours on the phone with FedEx customer service (non-English speaking) and you more than likely will never track down your package and often they will do NOTHING for you and unless the seller re-ships it and takes the hit, you are out your money and your item....

I'm crossing my fingers and hoping my orders are shipped UPS because we currently have a great UPS guy who has had this route for about 4 years now and I know I'll get my package if he has it.  On his days 'off' or when he has fill-in drivers it's hit or miss - but I know I'll get my items if it's him.

Fingers crossed.  Oh the anxiety of online ordering in the past 2 years... so ridiculous.


Anyway!  My online order means I don't have to go anywhere today, which is good because I have a huge task ahead of me.  Reorganizing the boxes and bins in the garage storage room.

Not a fun job.  But, one that must be done.  I'm going to be playing a real life game of Tetris.  


 I want somebody to stand up at my funeral and announce:
"She didn't even like y'all!"

One leaf falls and it's immediately Han Solo season!  ROTFL... but true!

In real pandemics with overwhelmed hospitals,
we don't fire tens of thousands of qualified medical professionals....

Truth:  "We are churning out a generation of poorly educated people with no skill, no ambition, no guidance, and no realistic expectations of what it means to go to work."

Socialism Fails.  Every. Time.