Thursday, November 22, 2007

IT'S ALMOST MIDNIGHT

The left-over turkey is in ziplock bags, the ham is in one, too. We threw out the remaining stuffing and cranberry sauce to save us from finding 'lab' experiments in a a couple of weeks from now. I'm about to take a Zantac for heartburn and turn in for the night, but I wanted to make a last post before I head out in the morning on a dangerous mission.

THAT'S RIGHT!




I'm heading out with the throngs of other people on what always proves to be the busiest shopping day of the Christmas Season. Call it insanity, because it is. The pushing, the shoving, the name calling...the fighting over items when only a few remain on the shelf. What about that represents good will towards men? I know...if you'll notice most of the people out there are women. The men are smart enough to stay home. :)


So, if you're out in the trenches in the wee hours of the morning, standing in line, in the freezing cold, waiting for the doors to open and the crush to push you inside, then you understand the attraction. It's like a drug and I get my fix once a year.

Thanksgiving is over...onward to CHRISTMAS! Good night my friends. If I survive, I'll write and tell you about it tomorrow. *lol*

Ginger

3 comments:

WHAM! - It says it all said...

LOL
This is so funny. I needed a smile tonight. Yes, Christmas is next. Only about 4 weeks from now. Almost out of time.

Anita Davison said...

Well all I can say is....SUCKER! I do mine on the web!!!! If I do venture out into the crowds on a freezing cold day, it's only to see the lights and partake of a ginger latte and a mince pie at Starbucks.

Latesha said...

Good luck to you as you stand in long lines with rude people to get those covet few items. I would much rather stay curled up beneath my blanket and get a little extra sleep. Hope that your shopping was successful.

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