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Friday, March 05, 2010

post #792

Good morning, and a happy Friday to all who are nearly done with the work week.

It's been a so-so week work wise. Not overly busy, but no drama either. The only interesting thing that has happened was last evening. Craig and I were home from work for about an hour, when we received a call from one of the new stylists. She had just left the Salon and locked up, and when she was leaving in her car, noticed that the now empty coffee shop 2 doors from us had the door wide open. Being late (around 9pm) and dark, she didn't want to venture in, so went home and called me. I knew that earlier in the day, there had been workers roaming around the mall doing something, so I expected that someone forgot to lock the door when they were done. But it shouldn't have been left open. Since the landlord lives in Detroit, (about a 2 hour drive from Lansing) I didn't want to bother him with something not very important. I mean the space is empty. Nothing for anyone one to take, and the only business in the entire mall open that late was a restaurant/bar at the other end of our wing. So most likely, no one would even have seen the door open. So Craig and I decided to drive back in and check it out. When we arrived, sure enough, the door was wide open. Upon further inspection, found that the door had no closer rod on it meaning there was nothing to shut the door automatically after you open it. So I closed it and could tell it might just open back up on it's own, so I looked around and found a rock to prop up against it. With that done, we went back home. I'll call the landlord this morning so he can get someone out to lock it back up.

And for dinner the last 2 evenings, we had left over turkey tetrazzini. I think it was almost better the 2nd and 3rd time!

And that's all I got for now.

Have a great weekend!


  1. There's people who hate leftovers. They won't save 'em or eat 'em. Those are the people that miss out on things that taste better leftover. Lasagna, stews, soups, mmmmmmm.

  2. You know whenever you talk about what you guys have had to eat, it makes me wish I lived closer to you guys so I could raid your fridge regularly. On the shop being left open, that sucks but at least it ended up being nothing dangerous, and you guys were cool enough to go shut the door.