We need toilet paper. Toilet paper and milk. We can do without the milk. We can't do without the toilet paper.
How did our supplies get so low, so fast? Easy. A four year old toilet paper abuser.
Four bathrooms sharing one roll of toilet paper. We are each allowed three squares. Three small squares until I get to the store. We're not going to make it through the day. I'm going to have to make the trip. The dreaded trip to Wal-Mart for only two things.
I despise trips to Wal-Mart for only a couple things. I get tired just thinking about it.
If only Walmart had a drive-thru. A drive-thru for 10 items or less. You place your order on-line, pay for your items including a small $5 convenience fee, choose your pick-up time, and simply drive-thru and pick up your order.
I think this is genius. I'd like toilet paper, milk, a Snickers (for me), and well...let's just throw in some diet coke to top off the chocolate.
Diapers, infant tylenol, 2 lbs of bananas, and could you pick out a nice gift for a 10 yr. old boy.
Pork loin, KC barbecue sauce, 1 lbs of potatoes, 1 loaf of bread.
Who do I talk to about this? I mean, really. This is the mom's ultimate dream. I actually have spent several minutes fantasizing about this.
The only thing that is ruining my fantasies is this one nagging thought: What would the moms in Africa who walk miles everyday for clean water think of my idea? Do you think they'd sympathize with how hard it is to drag a couple children into the store for milk...for water...for medicine?
Hmmm...I'm going to run to Wal-Mart. I'll fantasize about my idea later.