A perfect Wasaga Beach day starts with an early morning massage at Active Healthcare for you, while he picks up some dog kibble at Global Pet Foods. This is followed by a delicious breakfast for two at Sunset Grill. Bacon cravings satisfied, you run into TD Canada Trust and get some cash.
Next, you head over to Wasaga Beach Decorating where you pick out the paint colour for the new downstairs bathroom. Feeling a little hungry you run into the Bulk Barn to pick up some mixed nuts and a chocolate treat while he picks up a gift card from KFC for a guy at work.
Before you wander over to Wasaga Nail Spa for your pedicure, you step into Tim Hortons and pick up a mocha for you and a dark roast for him. Coffee in hand, he leaves you for a trim at Supercuts and then makes his way to Walmart for a new pair of jeans. You make plans to meet up with him later.
As your feet gently soak in the jetted tub, you order some Boston Pizza delivery for the kid’s lunch. With your new, shiny toes ready for the beach, you head over to Osmow’s for some shawarma with Susy.
Meanwhile, he’s stepped into Wild Wing where he spots Jim at the bar. They catch up over a plate of wings and a beer. After lunch you head into The UPS Store to make copies of your tax return, prepared by Liberty Tax.
With a few extra minutes to spare, you pop into the Wasaga Society for the Arts to check out their latest exhibit. As the time to meet him draws near, you cross over to FYidoctors and help him pick out some new prescription sunglasses.
Pleased with his new shades, he makes his way to EB Games to find your youngest a birthday present while you venture over to My Computer Store to pick up your newly repaired laptop. When you meet up again, you both feel the need for a milkshake from Harvey’s.
As the sun rides low in the sky, he’s off to Stonebridge Dentistry for a teeth cleaning and you head to Dollar Tree to pick up a couple of birthday cards and some gift wrap. He texts to let you know his appointment is done and you agree to meet at Bamboo Terrace to pick up dinner; saving Swiss Chalet for Monday when your parents are in town.
As you get into the car to head home, you talk about how lucky you were to see that ad in the Beach Booster and connect with the great CENTURY 21 agent who helped you find your new home in Wasaga Beach.
And, you think to yourself, how great it is to have the Stonebridge Town Centre just minutes away.
As published in the Georgian Life – March 2021.
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