Hanging Out With My Sister 11/14/2009

I postponed my car chase to tomorrow and spent the day with my sister.

She finally made it to my home after I gave her screwed up directions.  We stopped by Buckland Farm Market first.  It turns out that she used to stop at their previous location and was very disappointed that it had been closed down.

Then we stopped in Warrenton for lunch.   LOL….MMMhhhhhmmmm…Sushi!!

Then stopped at an antique store and at a second-hand store.  I kept my eyes out for chairs for my home, but everything I saw was so huge.  What’s up with that?? Don’t they make small furniture anymore?

I had a great time.  We just don’t do this often enough.   It’s a shame because we only live about 11 miles apart.

Then it was time to go to work at Miller’s.  One of my friends was there when I arrived.  He did a few inexpensive modifications to his xB which I think look really nice.

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Looks like the rain has finally stopped.  I’m such a happy woman.  I’ll go wash on Sunday so it will be nice to park in front of my door.

It took me 10 extra minutes to get home because of two accidents.  This is within 10 miles.  It’s sad that people are so careless when driving in the rain.

Well, tomorrow is another day.  Time to catch some winks.
Hope everyone has a great weekend! :)

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I was born in Jever, Germany.  My parents immigrated to the United States in 1968.  I became a United States citizen in 2005.
 
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