We were getting ready to go on a rafting trip and I had some running around to do. To save time I told hubby I would stop by the liquor store and buy beer (save a trip...right?). BIG MISTAKE!! I thought I would be okay with the whole situation. I walked into the liquor store and halfway across the building I thought I was going to have a panic attack. The smell was overwhelming. I bought the beer, got in my car and cried all the way home. I was inconsolable. He felt so bad but he was as confident as I that everything would be okay. So I won't be doing THAT again!
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