Here’s something fun to pass the time when you’re sheltering in place along with 8 other Bay Area Counties! I had some cuties that were on their way out. Instead of tossing them, I hand juiced them. Then put the juice into the freezer for another day.
Raise your hands if you’re sick of hearing coronavirus!! I prefer COVID 19. Sounds like we’re going on a spy mission, instead of staying home and cleaning the floor again. We played monopoly yesterday. Monopoly. No one ever wants to play Monopoly because it takes forever. Guess what?! I got time to play Monopoly.
Tide Pods Fresh Scent– A review: Who uses this crap? I just want my clothes to smell clean… not like the air freshener aisle. Also, thanks to dumb teenagers who ate Tide Pods, you may need an engineering degree to open the container (dumb teenagers: they do not smell like food, don’t eat them). I followed the instructions and used two pods for each load. I guess I will try only one pod for each load, and hold hope the next time I go to the store, I can get Arm & Hammer.
I got up early and went to Raley’s, as they were supposed to have chicken in stock on Wednesday. I was able to get two packages, enough to make another week or so of geriatric cat food. The lines were fine. They were out of lots of stuff. The clerk told another customer that the truck was supposed to come in last night. I didn’t go back to find out, because I’m not out of anything. I have supplies, and food, and I don’t buy all the baby wipes because I don’t have a baby.
Costco Vallejo had some notes for their shoppers.
Leftover night. Hate leftover night, always have. I especially hate nuked meat. Leftover night is mis-matched food! Have you ever said to someone “For dinner, I would like small amounts of chow mein, spaghetti, broccoli and taco meat, nuked to death in a microwave.”? Complete madness! For instance, here’s a photo of my plate of mashed potatoes and gravy, two stuffed shells and some salad.
Joke’s on me! We had leftover night last night and we’ll have it again soon!