Hahahaha. That was awesome!! Sorry. I needed a good laugh today and you gave me one. :)
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I’m going to have to try pea pesto! I really love peas. Thanks
Since I have no idea what the rating is on husband’s welding helmet and he’ll be at work anyway, I already bought my glasses from Amazon and am really hoping we have a clear, sunny day. So far, since moving into a very rural area, I’ve missed all the solar activities, eclipses, northern lights, shooting stars...every…
How cute are those?? ;)
I’m wondering if water chestnuts would be good...Have you ever tried a little tapioca to thicken them?
Are the nuts strictly for the crunch factor? I can’t really eat them so that’s why I ask. And never, ever cilantro because I’m one of those who only taste soap.
Hah!!! Yup. I feel a bit sorry for him because of the off switch on his enthusiasm, but he’ll learn. My girls to this day are great savers because they started very young and learned, sometimes the hard way, that it costs money to live so you better make sure you have some set aside just in case.
It’s lazy. And the fact that they don’t understand the repercussions of not only exposing their dog constantly, but any other dog that comes along. Look at hoarder situations. None of those poor animals are ever healthy because they live in their own waste. A bit extreme for an example? Maybe, but it holds the same…
Awwww. I’m so sorry. I don’t understand why anyone in an apartment would want a big dog anyway. It’s not fair to the dog. But yes, I’ve seen how irresponsible people are with dogs of any size. I love our neighbors but their dog uses our backyard as a toilet and even though we have three acres, the mess still gets run…
Ah. Yeah. Subcontracting comes with its own unique set of...rules I guess you’d call them. But you definitely get penalized if you don’t keep out enough to pay all the nickle and dime stuff when your taxes come due. In the meantime though, he’s learning valuable money lessons and that’s a good thing :)
Oh no! I know that. I just refuse to get into discussion on politics. I made the mistake of commenting on something last week again and it got twisted and turned by people who couldn’t bother to actually read anything because they have their own agenda and I just can’t do that. I don’t even watch the news on TV…
The Fitbit Blaze, unless there’s a coupon or code I missed, is gone. Now $199
I’m so glad to hear Mrs. Snow Dog is done!! What a relief that must be for her. And as much as the bruising sucks, the results should be worth the discomfort. Truly glad to hear that. I think if I were you, I’d find a reason to telecommute next week too! ;)
I’m still frequenting Hackerspace and Open Thread, Skillt and occasionally, WhiteNoise. But that’s about it. And honestly, the minute politics come up, I’m outta there. There is no place to go anymore that they’re not a rehash of a rehash of a rehash of the same thing. Thus, my disclaimer. But honestly, I miss those…
I’m with you! I don’t know that I could ever be without a dog though. After all, what other alarm system cuddles with you?
Sour cherries might still be in season. July isn’t over yet. You can try Friske Farm Market. They’re online and they’ll be picking tart cherries soon. But they’re about halfway down the state. Traverse City tarts are already done. Usually by the end of the first week in July.
I agree. They just taste different.
Sounds yummy, but you’d have to be in Michigan to truly enjoy cherries. Not that Washington state’s are bad! But they rank third on the list to Michigan, the most prolific cherry producing state ;)