Then it was my turn.....my last haircut was just before Sharon's wedding, and it was really only a trim, so I was getting pretty shaggy.....10 am was the perfect time to arrive at Supercuts.....I was able to walk right in and sit in the stylist's chair. While I got my ears lowered TLE went across the street to the Goodwill to browse....by the time I got there she had found a couple pair of shorts.....you can never have too many pairs of shorts.....seriously....I know.
Then it was off to the bank to deposit our just received IRS refund for 2013......I had indicated on my tax return that the refund should be direct deposited, but for some reason they chose to mail it. My bank will not let me scan tax refund checks in remotely and deposit them, so thankfully we got the check when we were near our bank! On a side note, has anyone else noticed that the IRS seems even more inefficient these past few years than they usually are? I've gotten mail from them the past two years asking for information that was clearly provided in my original tax return. Of course, our mail is always chasing us, so responding to them each time to point out they already had the information they were requesting took longer than it would have had we been in a fixed location, thereby delaying our refunds.
Next up was Trader Joe's to resupply our wine and scotch inventories, and then it was over to the Ontario Mills to visit my watch maker guy to get new batteries in one of my Seiko watches, and one of TLE's. I also needed to leave one of my Seiko Automatic watches to be cleaned and serviced.
I have been looking for one of my favorite beers (Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout) ever since we left Cape Blanco and was hoping the local BevMo (Beverages and More) in Rancho Cucamonga might have it, and SCORE! They had just 3 bottles in stock so I cleaned them out.