Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Who wouldn't love it here

This week the best thing happened to me.  I had my groceries delivered.  That's right, with no car this seemed like a simple solution.  I just went online, picked out what I wanted, and then they appeared right at my door within a two hour window of my choice.  I am in Heaven.  

Then, just when i didn't think things could get any better, the maid showed up.  That's right, I said maid.  We have a maid service.  Fresh sheets, fresh towels, clean kitchen and bathrooms, and all the garbages emptied.  

What a life!  I am never leaving.

12 comments:

shaniqua said...

must be nice living the high life. i'm jealous. do yave have any "get rich quick" advice for us that are still so lowly?

Keepin' up with the Jones' said...

we can't talk anymore.

Jess said...

What? I would never leave either. Seattle sounds like the place to be.

Christy B. said...

holy cow this is the coolest thing i've heard all day. how much does it cost for groceries to be delivered?

bradtraceykramer said...

Where do I sign?

Meredith said...

Sounds so great, I think I will come visit.

Alex said...
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Corinne said...

Jealous.

Barb: said...

I love reading all your posts about Seattle--it sounds awesome and also sounds like you're having a blast and really figuring things out. You guys are living the high life out there! Keep on having fun! We miss you in Ann Arbor!

Amy D. said...

Okay you are spoiled rotten! Our Dallas internship was completley opposite. I'm so jealous. You've got it made! Your latest posts are way cute and funny, and I'm glad your liking it out there. I'm glad Blake likes nursery. You're home free now for those three hours. Doesn't it feel great?

Kelly said...

Good for you!!! I am so excited for you. Enjoy it!

Kelly said...

One more thing...when Lindsey was little I had grocery delivery a few times, but this was before websites were very big and I had to phone it all in, and it was kind of a pain. It was SO worth it though! It makes your life easy when you have little ones.