Monday, March 12, 2012


saturday night i went to kroger to grab some half and half and some cinnabon granola bars that sara beth likes.  i couldn't find the granola bars anywhere.  after searching for about 10 minutes, i gave up.  as i was checking out i asked the checker about it and this is her reply--(i quote)-"i don't know if we have them or not, but the next time you are in pearl, go to the big lots.  if they have them, then we don't.  and if they have them you can get them real cheap because they are discontinued."  huh???


Kelly Kennedy said...

I bought some at Walmart yesterday!

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