If you are currently reading this, then you’re already late for the sales. The sales that many hope to get on Black Friday.
And fortunately, I can say that I’m not one of them. I am not a Black Friday shopper. Never have, and never will be.
Muse: Neither am I. I don’t know how some people can even bother to stand in those long lines. It’s crazy if you ask me.
Yes it is. What are you still doing up?
Muse: There were so many dishes from Thanksgiving that it took me forever to get them done. How did it go?
It went fine. Not all of the dishes that I named were made. There wasn’t any cottage cheese but there was sweet potato casserole. Instead, there was some squash with marshmallows and some fruit salad. We even brought over a turkey made of fruit. Dessert followed a couple hours later.
Muse: I had about the same here. With so many to feed, it took a while to go through the table. Anyway, I need to finish cleaning. I’ll see you in the morning, when the company leaves!
What more can I say about Black Friday? Only this. It’s a retail holiday that I never want to associate with. The lines are too long, despite the deals that are promised. I’m looking forward to Cyber Monday, a day that I prefer much more than a holiday dedicated to the die-hard shopper.
But as much as I hate it, I’ll be in the tail end of the Black Friday rush, since I want to do some shopping after work.
Today’s high is going to be 37 degrees and the silver lining will be getting paid when I work later at Little Caesars.
For those of you who love cashing in on the deals on Black Friday, I hope that you all have a fantastic day.
Muse: There. The dishes are done. I can finally go off to bed!