But she said no.
Also, I want to say that I was completely wrong when I made fun of how much of a fuss everyone was making about my Wegmans closing. I went to a foreign Wegmans after work today because I really, really had to do some shopping, and it was horrible. At first I thought it was going to be okay because there were some friendly signs at the front of the store welcoming all us hungry East Enders, but then I wandered around the store for about 45 minutes to get, seriously, ten items. I finally had to give up and leave without the instant espresso powder I wanted. When I texted Tammy about it, she was all, “Did you ask someone for help?” And I was like, “Um, no, obviously. I never ask for help.” And she was like, “Silly girl, get the app.”
Right? Because I should need an app to find instant espresso powder? WEGMANS IS HIDING IT.
And, okay, so I am not 100% sure what instant espresso powder is, and I don’t need it for anything in particular. It just seems to me that a lot of recipes I am interested in call for it, and so I thought I’d get some to keep in the cupboard for my next baking emergency.
So now, to review, I have a boring normal will and no instant espresso powder.
My shopping trip was not all for naught. I did happen across some arugula, which my old Wegmans NEVER stocked, and so I was able to make pasta with arugula gremolata for dinner tonight, which is one of my favorites–topped with some lovely Gorgonzola cheese, golden raisins, and toasted walnuts.
So I guess it all turned out okay. Enough.