Those are good items that were delivered. When you say mixed greens, do you mean salad greens, or greens like kale, chard, etc.?
Do you mostly use the smoked turkey for sandwiches, or do you ever saute it with something like eggs, or to top salads, etc.?
I like all summer squash fried. I used to just put them in a pan, as is, or sometimes I dredged them in a combination of flour and cornmeal, got them nice and crisp on the outside, then sprinkled with salt lightly when they came out and I put them on a paper towel, single file. Eat hot, delicious!
80's is wonderful. We had cooler days this week, 2 in the 80's, and 2 in the 90's. The 90's were a bit hot, even though the morning was in the 30's. I liked the days where it was in the 80's for an hour or two best. I'm glad that you have that weather to enjoy.
Thank you. Ds couldn't shop, as that generator in the shop is not done, therefore he's not getting paid yet.
We saw all kinds of good deals at the store, but ignored them. He needed milk for ddil and the baby, as she is changing over to milk from formula.
I still need my water, and 3 other items. Hopefully soon. Ds has been working down in Santa Rosa.
It's pretty scary surveying in the street. He's working in a busy 4 lane street. When he's at the turn area, he parks his truck there, which helps, but when not, he's dealing with drivers who don't care. They are all keeping to the right, not trying to keep away from him and the equipment at all. Sheesh! :-(
At least my dog food arrived, so I know that we're good there. But, we cannot find the babies dry food. He has kitten wet food, and kitten dry food. Tomorrow, Dh said that he'll go and look in the escape pod, and Ds's ex-office. They shouldn't be there, but maybe...? They don't seem to be in here, and they are definitely not where they belong.
I used the dog food savings to buy a bag of chicken food. I need 2, but this is a start.
I don't know anything at all about numerology, but do like the sound of nurturing, responsibility, and service vs. #5.
Yes, we have!
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