…with two full packs of Costco Charmin TP and I am not sorry.
CA got rolled back in the openings of business. I am afraid this will once again create mass panic and TP will be impossible to find again (along with paper towels and tissues which I also bought). I had a full pack at home. I am not sorry I bought it – nor do I consider myself a ‘panic buyer.’ I consider myself someone who saw people panic shopping and was worried I wouldn’t have any TP and didn’t want to be put in the position of worry again. Also, since I am getting taken back to little to no hours again I needed to buy it while I had the money in my account. I feel reassured that when push comes to shove I will be able to wipe my butt and I make no apologies for that. I also amazoned extra dog food because I am in charge of his life and want to ensure he is well fed too.
Sorry, not sorry. No shame in my toilet paper game.
I have been seeing multiple weirdos posting videos of themselves licking super weird things – like toilet seats. WHY?! I mean the obvious answer is attention but is that really worth it? Is it a ploy to become some sort of weird influencer while most of what people can do is explore social media. But…I mean…under the best of conditions – why on Earth would you lick a toilet seat.
In other news – I donated blood today. This is something I do pretty regularly but it felt really good to do something productive with the extra time. Then I stopped at Costco to get the paper products that are hard to come by nowadays. I don’t want to be caught without toilet paper and no way to get it. When I arrived there was a long line but it moved quickly. It seems longer then it is because everyone has a cart. So I took a chance and got in the line. I got Charmin, Bounty paper towels, and Kleenex! I never thought I would be so happy to spend money on that stuff, but here we are. I am stocked on what I need and couldn’t be happier about that. It was a good way to spend part of my last okay paycheck and will hopefully see me through this pandemic. The people in line weren’t pushy. They weren’t friendly but not crazy either which is fine by me. I saw one of my volunteers while I was there which was nice and reminded me I once had a live and a job outside of this pandemic and gives me hope I will again soon. Maybe this Costco score was a good karma payback! Who knows.
Here’s to good karma…sorry this post wasn’t super exciting or emotional but that was my day and it was good. The world (and I) need every little piece of good available.