Milk and Toilet Paper

“I’m almost out of milk and toilet paper. Hmm…”

I said this to myself, since it was just Abby and I. The boys were already at school. I really didn’t want to go to the grocery store, though. I thought that maybe I could put it off until the next day. After looking through my kitchen, however, I realized that what I wanted to make for dinner required milk. And we didn’t have enough. And Buzz will be upset if he can’t have his cereal in the morning.

I really didn’t want to drive to the grocery store for two items, though. Pros and cons. Advantages to disadvantages. Milk and toilet paper.

“Abby, let’s get your shoes on”, I decided. “We’re going for a walk.”

We have a convenience store not far from where we live. A 5 minute walk, if that. Especially on such a cloudy, cool autumn morning. Everything is exceptionally more expensive than a supermarket, but it makes due for a few necessary items. Plus, it’s like an adventure. To a gas station.

“Where we going?”, Abby asked as we were making our way.

“We need milk and toilet paper”, I told her.

“Milk and toilet paper”, she repeated. “And pudding!”

I’m afraid we’re not walking to the convenience store to buy pudding, but I’m glad she has her priorities straight.


  1. says

    She’s got the right idea..if you are going to go get the overpriced milk and t.p. at the convenience store, might as well jump in and buy the junk food too! LOL!
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    From: C. (Kid Things)
    on October 23rd, 2011

    @Tina, Normally I would very much agree, except this time we already had pudding at home. She just wanted more.


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