May 10, 2007
I'd met Rebecca for lunch, and, since I didn't have to work that evening, decided to stop at the Goodwill and Salvation Army in Central Square on my way home. I hopped on the #1 bus bound for Cambridge.
From top to bottom:
Three Pyrex Refrigeratorware Pieces, 'Spring Blossom Green', $2.00. I already have the larger bottom piece of the set. I think I'll lot and sell it, as I have a pile of SBG pieces.
1.5 Qt. Pyrex Cinderella Casserole , 'Woodland', $1.99.
This is for a friend. There's a small chip in the lid, but lids are easy to find.
2.5 Qt. Pyrex Cinderella Casserole, 'Spring Blossom Green', $2.49.
What's with all the SBG? Someone is either:
1. Rethinking their kitchen decor.
This is missing the original top. The top to this is a opaque frizzled lid, not a clear glass lid, and will probably be difficult to find. I'll keep my eyes peeled. If you happen to have or see one, drop me a line.
2.5 Qt. Pyrex Casserole, $2.99.
Pyrex Love calls this the 'Tree of Life' pattern, but Pyrex Pattern Finder considers it un-named. Hmmm.
I haven't yet been able to find a 2.5 qt. casserole in 'Butterprint', so I'll use this until I do.
After stopping at the co-op for a few things, I went down into the subway to head home. My subway pass isn't where it should be! I put down my bags and search further. House keys, yes, wallet, yes, tissues, phone, iPod, all there. Where's my f****** Charlie Card? I used to keep it my iPod sleeve, but, when charging it the day before, noticed it was scratching the back of it. I put it in the front pocket of my bag instead. I'd used it to get on the bus, so it couldn't have gone far. Darn it! I paid $59 for this stupid thing! I need it!
My steps retraced, no subway pass found.
I buy a fare and go home, mad as mad can be.
When I get home, I realize, not only is my pass gone, so is my umbrella. I must have left it somewhere in my furor.
Fare thee well, Charlie Card and nice red umbrella! I can only hope whoever found you needs you more than I.