It’s official, I’m overdue. Yesterday was supposed to be the end of my
internment pregnancy, but alas, Baby T is apparently a little too comfy to face the harsh reality of life on the outside. Or maybe he/she is waiting for me to get my nails done (appointment this afternoon). Either way, I’m feeling about as pregnant as a person can and looking for as many short cuts as possible. Enter, Smith’s Clicklist.
*Cue angels singing and bright, voice-of-God light piercing through the monsoon season clouds*
If you’ve ever thought, “I’m too tired to get out of the car and walk down the aisles for groceries. We can eat canned green beans and cereal for dinner,” a) you might be 9 months pregnant and b) you need to start using Smith’s Clicklist ASAP.
Here’s How It Works:
If you’re not familiar with Smith’s Clicklist, here’s the gist: you log-in and order groceries then pick them up. You don’t leave your air conditioned car. No one sees your feet looking like hams trussed into your sandals. And you save precious time that could be spent napping or walking steep hills in an effort to induce labor.
Here in Albuquerque we have 2 stores that currently offer Clicklist and 1 in Rio Rancho:
- Smith’s @ Glenwood Village: 4700 Tramway (Tramway and Montgomery in the Northeast Heights)
- Guadalupe Plaza Smith’s: 6125 4th Street NW (4th Street and Solar Road in Los Ranchos)
- Mesa Shopping Center Smith’s: 1000 Rio Rancho Drive SE (528 and Meadowlark Lane in Rio Rancho)