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    Friday, February 23, 2007

    Greene County Damaged Freight

    I cannot possibly say enough good things about these people!

    Not only did they not put my groceries back on the shelf when they discovered I had left them behind, but they separated the frozen and the refrigerated groceries and put them in their proper places in bags so they would stay good until I returned. I called them today and said who I was and they told me that I had left my groceries. I didn't have to say a word! It is a somewhat lucky thing that I left my purchases behind though, as the juices I bought and managed to get home were almost gone by this morning, and we already need to buy more. Delish!

    Seriously. Great prices, amazing people, and the feel of a small-town mom & pop store to boot. Who could ask for more?

    The rest of the day was good too. I'm starting to feel a bit worse for the wear (could be con crud, could be season changing, I may never know), but we still managed to go to the Frontiers group and complete two activities at the nature center before it was time to head back home. Once we arrived back at the citystead, the girls took the laundry off of the line and Keeb unloaded the concrete for the bunny barn and cut down the greenhouse tubing a bit. Yes, we are trying again this year. Eventually we will get the equation correct and the darned thing will stay up, right? *chuckle*

    [where: 2743 W Kearney St Springfield, MO 65803]


    TheRambleman said...

    That IS really cool that they not only saved them, but separated them for 'well' keeping as well. Coolness :-) Glad the rest of the day was good too. *hugs*

    Heather said...

    Wow! How wonderful!