#1 on my Bucket List was to visit IKEA.
Since my local store has plans to close in the next few years it was important to put a visit to IKEA on the top of my list. The reason they will be closing this so-called-small 242,000 square foot store is because they have plans to replace it with the largest IKEA in the
Although it wasn’t on her Bucket List, I managed to
drag convince Rhonda to tag along with me. I was giddy with excitement and as
you can view below, we documented this momentous occasion for perpetuity.
Gotta admit that this vegetarian was tempted to try a bite of their Swedish
meatballs but was happy to dine on their vegetarian crepes.
After a quick reprise we continued our colorful tour.
Rhonda found an adorable white plastic bin and although she had no idea where it would go or what would go into it, she felt she couldn’t leave the store without buying something, so in the cart it went.
The only hiccup on our journey was finding my little black Yaris in the massive parking structure. I must have walked a mile in my search, which was fine because I managed to walk off the cinnamon bun calories that called to both of us as we left the store.
The unopened chair-in-a-box has found a new home. No, not the Beehive. It has joined the corner in our dining room, next to the unopened box that houses my sewing machine.