Everything felt odd, strange. Here I was outside my home all alone. I decided to go to Wal-Mart and look around. I got a few things there, nothing special for me. Halloween candy some shampoo for Al and his pop.
I then went to TJ Maxx and bought some room freshener called Baked Apple Pie and a new Yankee candle. It smells musky and woody. I like that. I looked at purses but didn’t want to spend the big dollars. Just as I was getting ready to leave that department, I spotted a clearance shelf and was able to pick one up there. Nothing fabulous or name brand, but roomy and winter colors.
I left there and stopped at Taco Bell. I parked and even went inside to eat instead of staying in my car. There were a lot of teens in there. I was the only oldie there. I just watched out the window and observed all the traffic going down the highway.
After that I left to come home. I stopped at different places I could safely stop and took some photographs. Alastair said it would be good for me to get my camera out again, so I did.
I came home. I actually had sort of a nice time. I didn’t have to look at my time. I didn’t have to let my mind race in order to get everything I need to get. This must be what vacations are like. Nice, slow and easy-going. Good thing Al is coming home in a few days, I could almost get used to this.
Here are my photos.