Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Yes, I learned another lesson...

What lesson did I learn? I learned it's probably not a good idea to leave your purse on the chair across from you in the restaurant when you stop for supper. Despite David saying (he says) that we mustn't forget to take the purse when we left, we got all the way from Mt. Vernon to the exit right before the Kentucky River (let's say at least 30+ miles) before I realized we had, indeed, forgotten to take the purse when we left.

The staff at Hardee's had left it right where I had left it--we could see it from the parking lot. The manager told me when we came in that it was "right where you left it!", and it was. She said she had kept her eye on it the whole time. David was relieved to see it in place--he said he would stop worrying about someone copying all the credit-card numbers, etc. I tipped the person handsomely (or at least I thought handsomely) and we got on home.

Other than that, our second trip to Whitley City for Extreme Build went very well. David is sound asleep in his chair, with Tru TV on in the background, and I'm thinking about unpacking the suitcase and going to bed. Good night, love to all, and God bless.


Everett said...

Is the house done?

Mrs. Allroro said...

I almost never take my purse in to church. I usually leave it in the glove compartment. But I did a few weeks ago, and left it under my chair. I got a little down teh sidewalk when I remembered. When I got back to the sanctuary, the man who had sat next to us was standing there holding it, waiting for me to come back. It was right where I left it, in honest hands. Besides the fact that I almost never take my purse into church, I also almost never have cash in it. that day I had over $150 in cash because I was going for my third week of training and needed gas and food money.