Wild Life Of A Little Monster

Others are scared of me because of all the fun I have. Considered a vigilante by my Eponine.

Lower Prices Bring Smiles

At least for this consumer, dropping gasoline prices puts a smile across the face. If only we could get back and stay under two bucks. On the commute Monday morning, the lowest price I saw was $2.79 a gallon. Maybe it'll be $2.75 on the way home!

Even more smiles are likely when the MMcB has her Kansas City home sold. Although it has been nice that the home and getting it ready to be placed on the market are excuses for her to make a regular southbound journey on 29, it has meant a bunch of work for me.

Despite my he-man qualities, my arms and other body parts are a little sore from all the yard work. She had me outside for hours and hours on Sunday. Wouldn't even allow a break. Her dad stopped by to say hello and she even put him to work. She's tough. Plus, this is the second Sunday in a row she's forced this labor camp.

Seriously, it has been a fun time and the home is looking stellar. On curbside appeal alone I am certain the home will sell quickly.


At July 31, 2007 10:52 AM, Blogger The Meezers said...

::Sigh:: 3.01 yesterday at BJ's. that's the discounted price for members. ::SIGH::

At July 31, 2007 8:47 PM, Blogger Meg said...

You might wish to consider a claim with the Missouri Department of Labor. Unpaid wages, whatnot. Last time I looked at the regs, breakfast was not a valid form of minimum wage pay.


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