So yesterday, Lori and I stopped at Pier 1 to look for porch chairs for our front porch. This is something I've been meaning to do, long ago, and one of those things that is hard to do, without Bob.
But Pier 1 had a sale, and I said, "let's go" and we found the perfect chairs for the porch. Unfortunately, or perhaps I should say fortunately, two of the chairs were a bit "wobbly" when we set them on the floor to inspect them. So I asked the salesperson if there was a "wobbly discount" and he laughed and said, that yes, he could give me "wobbly discount" of 25% off -- this in addition to the sale price which was already 30% off.
So I got the two wobbly ones. I figured it really didn't matter much since our old porch floor is uneven to begin with, and anything will be a little wobbly. So, we hauled them home. And they are an excellent match to the antique wicker table that Bob and I bought back in January.
Bob always loved a good deal, he was always the one to "dicker" a price down, and he would have loved the idea of a "wobbly discount"! I can almost hear him laughing. He would have been proud of me.
Meanwhile, the little heart pendant with Bob's remains broke open again, and I had to go back to the funeral home yesterday to have it repaired --- grrrr.... This time they are sending it somewhere to have it reglued.
On Sunday, Lori and I did a "spa day" -- a massage and hair cut for me, mani/pedi for her. It was fun. And some desperately needed "take care of Diane time" for me.