Hi, I have been checking for KMBs in the Tuesday Morning stores in my area - two in Columbia, SC, one near Greenville - with no luck, until this morning. I had a meeting in Aiken and afterward found the local Tuesday Morning store. It was a trail of travail; I was following the Yahoo map instruction, Went around a scenic statue or something in an intersection, saw the light ahead of me was red and stopped, and watched in my mirror as the lady behind me rammed her van into the back of my car. Fortunately there was no damage to either vehicle nore either person. Got to the Tuesday Morning and found one last KMB in a tattered box. So now I have it, the KMB I use, and two more in reserve, for a total of 4. With any luck, that will be a lifetime supply. Brian
Glad you and the car are okay. It seems that Tuesday Morning must have sent only one to the stores that were lucky enough to get them. Eddie On 11/3/06, Brian Kamnetz wrote: <Snip>
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On 11/4/06, True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote: <Snip> Really, Dennis! How interesting! Very nice town, I like it a lot, though it's one of the more difficult towns for a stranger to navigate in. I have to say that the lady who rear-ended me in Aiken yesterday was very nice, I liked her a lot. If she wouldn't have mentioned having 4 kids I would have very happily hit on her! I did advise her, in a very friendly, non-snotty way, to "put the phone down and drive" (after she hit me, I saw her put her phone down...). Brian