I had to take time off since I am reaching the limit. I made an unscheduled grocery order for pick up mid day since I was free. Then Walmart cancelled that order. I was all what the what! Seriously Meredith Grey? Yes … seriously.
We’re regular customers. Pre and post Rona. The curbside was a new thing for us though. We swore we’d never get that lazy but then going into the store became too dicey. Out of the gate we were impressed. The phone knows when you arrive. Someone is out to load the groceries almost instantaneously. We even got a gift the first time. Snacks!!! On Mother’s Day I got a rose. On Father’s Day B got a sample size deodorant. We became spoiled.
Then two weeks ago, the time to check in alert never came. We went to pick up anyway. After parking I checked my phone. En route we got an email of a delay. Which is fine except the notice came 5 minutes before the allotted time. Last Sunday same thing. They were delayed. Then today a complete cancel. Must be too much to handle with the spike in cases. I have to imagine people are calling out and turnover is high. We have $20 discount for next time so there is that.
I get this is small potatoes. Teeny tiny. We’ll get by. The only reason we even had an order was HEB shorted us. Despite ordering 1 to 1.25 lbs cube steak, we got .24 lbs for four people. Not gonna cut it even though we are scaling back on portion sizes.
Again, small potatoes considering we’ve not been hungry a day in our lives Never ever. Not truly hungry. Ya see “America has been very very good to me”. I believe it was Eddie Murphy who said that in the movie “Coming to America”. All I know is that I heard it somewhere.
Sad day in the Dub household. On July 2, 2006 my brother in law passed away. In quite a tragic manner. B’s baby brother and only sibling. Not a day goes by that B doesn’t think of him. He’s stoic and says little but it’s palpable.
I wrote this three years ago. Still fits. In Memoriam – DGW
As always, more to come.