Why am I afraid to tell the person at the salon that the pedicure water isn’t hot enough? Every time I get a pedicure I wish the water was hotter. They always ask if it’s OK. I always say it’s fine. So today I decided to say I’d like it a little hotter. It wasn’t hard. She made it hotter immediately. And then she started my pedicure right away so that I had no time to actually enjoy the now hotter water. I’m fairly confident that if I hadn’t mentioned I’d like it hotter I would have been soaking forever.
Last weekend I met a blogger wearing a dress that I loved. She said it was less than $10 and she got it at Ross. We all know Ross and stores like it are hit or miss but I at least wanted to give it a shot. So I’m in Ross and a lady is in the middle of the aisle with a cart. The aisle was just big enough for the cart. I couldn’t pass. I was patient. I figured as soon as she saw me she’s move out of the way. Nope. She proceeded to leave her cart in the middle of the aisle as she took different dresses to the end of the rack to look at herself holding them up in the mirror. So then I’m left with the choice of either moving her cart myself, asking her to move her cart or just walking away until she’s done. I’m not happy with my choice. I’ll leave it up to you to decide which choice I made.
I finally made an appointment with an orthodontist for an Invisalign consult. They can’t see me until next week. Meanwhile another doctor put up a very reasonably priced Groupon for Invisalign. I was tempted to purchase but I didn’t want to buy until I had my consult. (The Groupon doctor was over half an hour away. The appointment I have is only a mile away.) I have a feeling I’m going to regret not buying that Groupon…
And finally, my favorite med spa invited me to a customer’s appreciate night. I’m planning to attend. They’re giving away Botox. That’s like the one thing I don’t want that they do.
So…how was YOUR week?