Yesterday, John and I went to K-Mart to get one of my prescriptions filled. We decided to have lunch at McDonalds before going home. We were in for a surprise when we parked and got out of the truck to go into McDonalds. We had parked just a space away from a local radio station's van. The driver was sitting in the van with the door open. He called me over, stating that he had some coupons for us. I thought he was wanting to get me over there to maybe ask a question while on the air and I was a little hesitant. I asked what I had to do to get the coupons and he said no strings attached. I then proceeded over to him and he gave me two coupons for which I gladly thanked him. I just assumed it would be a discount off a sandwich or something but no..........each coupon was for a FREE value meal! Wasn't that nice! Yes, that was so nice!
Today, we had to go back to town to John's doctor's office. He was prescribed a new prescription for his blood pressure since he has been having problems with his blood pressure and pain in his chest and arm. So, another trip to K-Mart for that prescription. We again went to McDonalds for lunch before going to K-Mart, but this time, we had to pay. When we go to McDonalds, we always sit at the window and watch the pigeons on the parking lot just across the way. They were looking for something to eat......people usually throw food out for them, but there was none there at this time. So, when we go to K-Mart, John bought a large box of Honeycomb cereal, to feed the pigeons. Today they got treated to a free lunch on us.
I didn't have my camera with me, but took a picture with my cell phone, which I have just learned does not have the capability to download to a computer. Now, I say what is the use of having a camera phone if all you can do is store the picture on the phone or delete it.......and if you store it.....that's it......stored. Well, I am very disappointed in my phone......now I can't share that picture of all those pigeons eating the Honeycomb cereal......and there was a lot of them.
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