First stop is the Lihue post office. I don't usually go to this post office, but I have to go to "the big city," so here we are. No Blaine here. I hardly know any of these post office people, so I won't take their picture. People get nervous about that sort of thing, and one thing should never do is anger a postal worker. Just sayin'...
I used one of my pillowcase bags to carry my pattern mail orders for the day. Those upside down bouquets make me laugh every time I see them. Note to self: next time, do not use directional fabrics for this pattern, especially if you're not planning on paying attention.
Whoo hoo! Macy's! Yes, we have a Macy's here. As you can see, it's pretty tiny by Mainland standards, but we're lucky to have a Macy's at all! By the way, Macy's was the phone call I got this morning. They called me because these came in:
I think I'll take my new shoes and walk over to Starbuck's and get a steamed soy milk with nutmeg sprinkled on top. The mall looks pretty empty today.
Steamed soy in hand, we'll head back home to Kapaa. I have some books to pick up at the library.
I LOVE our little library. It's right on the ocean. Those of you who have been to Kauai will laugh at the chickens. Those of you who haven't, I'll let you in on the joke: wild chickens are everywhere. Other cities have pigeons or squirrels, we have wild chickens. Everywhere.
When you walk out the back door of the library, you are here, right on the ocean. You can pick out a book and go outside to read it at the picnic tables. Ahhhh. But it's late, so we better be heading back home.
Back home to cook dinner and settle in for some mindless TV and sock knitting. Perhaps I can get back to quilting tomorrow. I'm definitely NOT going to answer the phone tomorrow. Even if it is Macy's. Well...unless my burgundy pair with the cute little strap comes in. Then maybe.