But, a while back, I became allergic to legumes, all legumes. Peas, beans, peanuts, guar gum...the whole family. So, no more peas for me, which is pretty painful, because I used to put them in, or have them with, many dishes.
I got a couple of items at the store today. It was last minute when Ds needed to get the fresh spinach and pesto for ddil's birthday. When I heard, I jumped on it.
I got a couple of bunches of broccoli, so we had beef and broccoli for dinner, yeah! And, greens, there were only 2 bunches, so I took them. Lemons, none that looked good. It will wait until Ds goes to the small market. They usually have the best lemons anyway. And, a handful of onions.
Dh is running out of corn chips, and his bread was gone (it was ordered, and is at the market frozen, but don't know when it can be picked up.) so I thought that, while there, we could get 6 bags of chips.
They had one, so we got that. But, they had a loaf of Dh's bread, so he's okay for 4 days or so. He eats 2 sandwiches a day to maintain weight, and there are 16 slices in the loaf. I don't 'get' all of the continued shortages.
So, I'll still need lemons, more broccoli and greens, and more water - oh, I got 2 bottles filled, so that will help - and Dh's bread to be picked up, and I'll be fine until we shop in Aug.
I'd like to get more meat, but that will have to wait until...?
Well, that changed the subject, didn't it?
The lemonade is a good idea, thanks!
Hamburgers sound good for the kids.
I try to be careful with the well water, but the critters need it, the plants, and also now the misters for the chickens. Plus bathing, dishes, washing things from a piece of clothing to something that gets on the floor.
Electric weed whackers are great, but no, not compatible with rain.
The pork chop and chicken sound very good. I like sweet potatoes with them, as well.
Good add-on's to your order.
That's really annoying about your glasses, argh!
Remember the reading glasses that Dh picked up at the hospital gift shop? Something like $16. but I got them for $2? Well, we can't find a brand on them, and these are the frames that I want again.
I've been uncomfortable with the ones that I've been using for years. The nose pinchy things just don't work for the bridge of my nose. Then, I got these....ahhh!
They don't have the pinchy things, and are so comfie that I can fall asleep with them on because they never bother me.
There are little micro lines at the ears and under the lenses, but it's so fine that you don't feel it. I only know that they are there because one day I was washing them, and I felt something a little rough. But, it doesn't make them uncomfortable, and where I put them, face-wise, they stay put.
Maybe you can ask to look at something like that?
My first reading glasses, at 30, were plastic framed. Then, for the last many years I've had metal frames. Now, I'm back to plastic, and very happy. I hope that you find whatever's the most comfortable for you.
I know what you mean about just getting the tests done. Free is excellent.
Good thinking on making those items and getting the eggs! Wish that I could share mine with you!
The closest fires the past 2 days, have been in Redwood Valley and Ukiah. Not far as fires move, which is kind of like the crow flies, but not right next to us, either. It's nerve wracking.
Thank you! Have a great day, and it would be nice if it's a dry one for you!