For those of you familiar with KitchenAid, Greenville is where the famous mixers were first manufactured. Hobart Brothers made commercial mixers in Troy, OH and the KitchenAid brand was made in Greenville (and still is). There's a nice KitchenAid store there which we shopped at. I got a couple of nice cookie sheets & a spatula. It's red & it's silicone. I'm hoping it doesn't desintegrate like the plastic ones I usually buy. We had lunch at a cafe/store called The Montage. I had a Reuben & their potato & cheese soup. (The cheese is just a small handful of shredded cheddar sprinkled on top - but the soup was very good.) The folks got the senior meals. Heh. I bought lunch & it was less than $20.
We finished the shopping out with getting a few grocery-like essentials at the Greenville Wal-mart, which is in the 'burbs (heh, Greenville 'burbs - not bloody likely!) I've heard a lot of horror stories about Wal-marts, but the ones in Troy & Greenville are well maintained, clean, and often have what's advertised. And they had the groceries & supplies that I needed. Best of all, I only bought what was on my list.
Anyhoo, as a result of today's shopping, I have finished judiang & elsaf. I still have no idea what to get Amy, Rachel, or the parentals. But I'm sure I'll find something. :-)
Tomorrow is a day in with Leo. And Sunday, the folks and I will probably go see Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire. This has been a good break.