Lippe has recovered from his sniffles, and felt well enough to help with the weekly shopping.
Our first stop was the pet store, to stock up on litter and treats.
Then we went grocery shopping.
The Wegmans store on Monroe Avenue in Pittsford, NY (a Rochester suburb) is the largest supermarket in the area. They have an excellent selection of all kinds of food, housewares, and lots of other stuff.
Lippe decided to ride in the shopping cart, instead of in my purse, so he could have a better view of the wonderful things inside the store.
Right inside the door was the Produce department, filled with fruit, vegetables, and people.
Then came the bakery, with freshly made bread, rolls, muffins and pastries. It smelled so good!
There was a very long meat counter…
dozens and dozens of different kinds of domestic and imported cheeses…
and a deli. There is also a ready-to-eat buffet where one can choose entrees and side dishes to eat in the Wegmans Market Cafe, or to take home.
When we got to the fish counter, Lippe was very glad he’d worn his hoodie!
Lippe was tired by this time, so—after a brief stop to appreciate the fresh-cut flowers—we stopped at the Tea Bar for a rest.
Our last task was to find the shelves with cat food and toys (less expensive here than at the pet store).
Cavendish and Maxwell were running low on their favorite flavor of stinkyfood, Fancy Feast Gravy Lovers Ocean Whitefish and Tuna.
Lippe also wanted to get a hostess gift for Midnight, so we looked at the toys.
He finally decided on this toy.
That’s it. We have everything. Time to go through the checkout line and pay the cashier!
We went home, unloaded the groceries, gave Midnight her gift, and took a nap to rest up for choir rehearsal this evening.