Bruegger's was for day old bagels. Whole Foods was for the stuff we get at WF: recycled TP, their house brand coffee, bulk steel cut oats, a fresh mini-bagette for me to go with the tomatoes. Harris Teeter was for the stuff that we're not willing to pay for at WF or that WF doesn't sell: salad stuff, meat for tomorrow night, diet Coke for me. Wheeeee. There was a library trip in there too, so the afternoon wasn't completely about food. Just most of it. :) I have Harry Potters 3, 4, and 5 in my grubby paws. I expect to be completely OD'ed on Harry Potter in the next couple of weeks.
Dinner tonight is chicken and salad and watermelon for dessert. Dinner tommorow night is chicken-fried steak, mashed potatoes, corn. There's also grapes and strawberries to enjoy, and tomato salad impending for me. I've seen other people say this, and it's true - when you eat as well as you can reasonably afford, it makes you feel rich, whether you are or not.