…and I do the shopping in our house. I go through the circulars to see whose got what on sale and put a list together but unlike the old days I don’t write my list down on paper I type it into my notes on my phone. So, instead of scratching off an item after I put it in my cart if I remember to bring a pen or pencil which isn’t always the case, now I simply delete each item as I shop. But the problem I run into is with auto correct, which I love when I don’t. It’s when it auto corrects something it shouldn’t and I don’t catch it until I’m at the store. The other day I see “ok” on my list. I’m thinking what is “ok”? It took awhile but I figured out I originally typed “OJ” but auto correct thought I meant “ok”.. Yesterday I looked at my list before going to the store and saw “raging” on my list. I even put the initial of the store where “raging” was on sale and I still don’t know what “raging” was supposed to be. I even looked through the stores circular and couldn’t figure out what “raging” may have been. Needless to say I didn’t buy any “raging” or whatever I thought I wanted to buy that auto correct changed to “raging”. Another thing I love when I don’t is coupons. Why are coupons you put aside to use later always expired. Why is there even an expiration date on a coupon in the first place? I wonder if I have a coupon for “raging”. Bet if I do it’s expired.