While all this was going on, the Accounting and Information Technology departments (moi) were working on the fiscal month and quarter end closing. Which means I put in a twelve-hour day on Friday.
I needed a little break from work-work-work, so yesterday I did a little retail therapy, then drove over to a new grocery store in town. I'd been meaning to check it out for a few weeks. The store was awesome. I did my groceries and then as I was getting out of the parking lot, I accidentally drove over a curb.
I knew I had done something wrong when the low pressure light on my dashboard lit up. I drove to a gas station to put some air in the tire, but when I looked at the tire I knew it was bad. The tire was as flat as a pancake. I was amazed the car had driven so well. I called AAA and when the guy came, he took one look at the tire and said, "Well THAT'S wrecked. You're gonna need a new one."
Sunday morning I went out to get the few things at my usual grocery store. (The new one hadn't had all the cat food flavors Millie prefers.) Just down the road is a tire store that advertises good prices. I had the tire replaced for less money than I had expected.
Today I'll be doing all the housework I've been putting off. Laundry, dishes, the checkbook, vacuuming, etc. And I've got to watch the Ryder Cup and of course, Millie has to watch her friends, the guys named Pat. No sewing, probably, but an easy day.