Saturday we embarked on another marathon trip to replace the last of the furniture in the camper we felt had to go. This last effort is to replace the 2 fabric recliners. Please remember our shedding dogs. We bought 2 Hjellegjerde leather recliners, known also as "Euro" chairs. You may be familiar. They're made in Norway and are suppose to be extremely well made. We are hopeful! I had the old chairs loaded in the truck and we were on the road a little after 8am. We then drove 2 1/2 hours to my father's house to give him the chairs. We carried our fabric recliners into the house, had lunch, yakked a little and then we headed out to pick up the new chairs, not too far from where my father lives. The pick up went well, except I scraped the front bumper of the truck on a building. I was furious with myself. Debbie said all the right things to minimize my self-imposed anxiety. The damage is minor but I'm feeling mighty stupid! We then headed home and got there about 5pm. The good news is that we love the chairs. They fit the space very nicely and are quite comfortable. Here's what they look like if your interested. I've included a photo of the new lazy boy reclining loveseat we got a few weeks ago also.
Sunday was pleasant and productive. I went to the laundromat. You know I love doing the laundry. Then it only got better. We went to the SUPER Walmart. $275 worth but we hadn't done any significant grocery shopping for several weeks. We didn't buy too much junk, mostly meals, a little makeup, dog biscuits.... you know - only the essentials.
"In life, it's not where you go, it's who you travel with."