Looking for Mr. Goodlooking

Lately I haven’t written anything for the blog until I’ve reached my daily goal of at least a thousand words in my novel. Today, though, I’m breaking my rule for a quick public service message.

There’s a link I found on Facebook that will help folks locate supplies in their area. Instok.org has been a godsend, and while I don’t know if it will work outside of the U.S., there’s likely something similar in your country.


Click on the link, then type in what you’re searching for, enter your zip code, and the locations where your item is in stock will be listed. It’s helped me find toilet paper twice now. Next, I’m going to look for Chris Pratt. Wouldn’t hurt to try, right,

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

15 thoughts on “Looking for Mr. Goodlooking”

  1. \ah… the food foraging. You need to ask Han who will comb the galaxy… But best bit now for me, having stockpiled nowt is how the daughters are going ..Mum… do you have.. so the even better bit? I do… I think they are developing fresh eyes. xxx

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      1. I have a package of dried beans that I’m saving for when we run out of everything else. A bit of cornbread and a slice of onion—that’s what we had at least once a week when I was a kid. Poor people food in the Texas panhandle.

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      2. Well done Missus, make sure you have a wee glass of vino on the side. We are doing fine. We live near street of wee indy shops. The supermarket I get my weekly shop from also are doing a good trade cos they are not too big and what with the queuing system and bouncers on the doors, the unpleasant atmosphere and the one way round acres of shelves, whether you want to go along that alleyway or not, no turning back if you forget something, adopted by all the biggies is putting people off. The one I like doesn’t put everything out… If you go like at about 10 am you can get nearly everything. Hell I even got a bag of pasta for my younger girl. Tell you she was impressed. By that and the fact I discovered bags at the back of my cupboard bought to make macaroni cheese with and never used. The only thing they never had was soap and flour but I got that in a wee indy shop down in the Ferry that sells it by the scoop. But yeah pasta and bin bags was what the girls had not been able to get today… So I obliged.

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      3. I’m beginning to feel like a dawn of time hunter-gatherer. Every evening the husband and I will display anything we discovered that day. Yesterday I’d found and proudly displayed toilet paper. He whipped out a bottle of hand sanitizer and said, “ta da!”


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