Apparently I can't blog when I'm feeling hot. So don't expect great things this week. In fact, don't expect great things at anytime, but especially this week.
Please forgive me if I don't make it to your blog, I am actually trying to pretty much avoid the computer after 10 a.m as it just starts to get to hot and I am either hanging out in the basement or trying to find a/c somewhere else.
We are having a heat wave with record temperatures. So my husband brought something out that is the strangest thing I ever saw (somebody gave it to him). It's a picture frame on one side, with a digital display that shows the date, day of the week, the time, and also the temperature. On the other side it's a calculator. Seriously.
As much as I don't want to admit it, it's kind of neat. In a freaky kind of way.
By the way, for the record it was over 100 degrees today, and we don't have air conditioning. It's also very humid, ugh. Can I get at least one vote of sympathy? Just one? Thank you.
I asked my hubby to get rid of that thing. I can't seem to take my eyes off of it and I am better off not knowing how hot it is indoors (and believe me, it is hot). I have never in my life stood in my house and had sweat pouring down my face before, not unless I was exercising and believe me, I was not exercising. Well, I was exercising this morning but it was only in the 80s then!
Anyway, I was thinking what if stores tried to do something similar to that clock/picture frame/calculator thing? What if Walmart got on board?
You know how you can go to Walmart and buy groceries, books, clothes, and even fish? You can also get a manicure and pedicure there too, not to mention eat fast food.
Well, what if Walmart expanded and you could sit in the chair and get a manicure, pedicure, get your hair cut, get your teeth cleaned, eat lunch, and maybe have a mammogram thrown in for good measure. Wouldn't that be lovely? (All in privacy of course).
I dunno. It just seems to me that Walmart is seriously missing an excellent market here.