I’m not done loving you

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I am sorry. Your once forgiving ways have slowly diminished over the years and it is time for us to part. The way you met my needs was unparalleled, unselfish. We worked together so well, it was like you were a part of me. I wasn’t done loving you, but I think you were done loving me. I’ll never hold another like I held you. I’ll never watch over another like I have watched over and protected you. I’ll never look at another like I have looked at you. You will be missed, but not forgotten.

Ever had one of those experiences you just wish you could take back? An instance of regret as you dispose of something you have loved for a long time?

Do you have favorite items you just can’t bear to let go of because they are worn out?

I had that experience a few days ago.

My favorite mechanical pencil has finally decided it doesn’t want to hold an eraser. The mechanical part (lead dispenser) works just fine. But the eraser. The eraser kept falling out and I couldn’t patch it any longer to make it stay. As soon as I had to erase something, it would just fall out. I am not perfect, so having the ability to erase is kinda of big deal. So, now, after 10 years of using this pencil I was faced with a choice.

Do I continue to use it and get an eraser that isn’t attached to the pencil? Then I would have to keep track of two things…OR, do I just bite the bullet and toss it – moving on to my next favorite pencil?

If you read the first paragraph, you know the outcome of this love story. It is a sad story.

So, what favorite item did you hate to get rid of but were forced to? Tell me what it was and why in the comments!

 

Costco is killing the Polish

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Costco is killing the Polish and in some ways they are killing a small piece of each of us.

Goodbye cheap lunch. Goodbye cheap dinner. Goodbye cheap date night (errr, ummm…).

The Polish dog is going away at Costco and I can say I am none too pleased. Not happy at all! That was my go-to food staple. It was nearly a must when you visited the store. Sure, I am going to still be able to get the plain ol’ hot dog, but that is not the same and it won’t make me happy like the Polish did. Comfort food it was, and now I am just left with discomfort as I mourn its death.

I am not sure who is making these decisions for Costco, but in my opinion he/she is an idiot. Replacing it with “healthy options”…  #smh #wth #sad

They are implying that the Polish was “unhealthy”. Well, the only unhealthy thing about this is going to be their bottom line when the customers revolt and refuse to buy that other crap.

See the article below and feel my pain:

Costco food court changes, say goodbye to the polish dog and hello to healthy options

 

 

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