Non-spill spout from Williams Sonoma.
I bought this kitchen gadget from Williams Sonoma at Ala Moana Shopping Center next to the Nordstrom store. Perhaps in another life it was on a gin bottle. I'm getting tired of having to grasp an oil slicked Wesson oil bottle. Those of you who cook at home might relate to this. Every time you pour cooking oil into a frying pan inevitably some oil drips onto the side of the Wesson bottle leaving the bottle with a sticky residue. This spout is suppose to spare me the hassle. It's always a pleasure shopping at Williams Sonoma no matter what you buy there. Whereas, last week I was at Home Depot when a little girl came up to me in the parking lot and asked if I wanted to buy some cookies for a church fun raiser. Of course, I told her that I already gave, bought it a few minutes earlier. "Oh, that was my sister." I'm okay with that. Her sister then appears outta nowhere and pitches me with the sale. You realize I was just making the excuse up, don't you, and whadda I do now. But then the first sister says to the second sister, "Don't you remember, you just sold him cookies." Just the other day, same Home Depot parking lot, this middle age woman asks me for money so she can buy herself something to eat. What is it with this particular Home Depot parking lot?
In other news, my bank left me a voicemail notifying me that one of the merchants I shopped at, the merchant's data bank was breached, and the usual, our names, birthmarks, card numbers, etc. stolen. So they've already went ahead and canceled my bank card and I should be receiving a new card in five business days. I'm not a bigger spender to begin with. I still have a roll of paper towel that I bought at the start of the year that's only half way, still half a roll left.