Archive | August, 2019

Angry customers

August 29, 2019

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Our Wal*Mart is going through a significant change. They are rearranging everything, which makes it hard for me to mindlessly shop, and worst of all, they have converted the check-out aisles to mostly self-checkout. Now, I have been more of a fan of self-checkout, but that’s because I like gadgets and don’t much like chit-chat. […]

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Toad in a Hole

August 29, 2019

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I forgot to make a post last night. I also do not have my camera, so I’ll just describe what I’m eating and we’ll call that a ‘post’. I bought a loaf of French bread on Tuesday and decided to use some of it for breakfast this morning. I sliced off a piece to make […]

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Frozen treats

August 27, 2019

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Frozen treats

First of all, Happy 59th anniversary to my parents, and Happy 45th Birthday to Beth! Have a wonderful day, everyone! I’m all about buying in bulk. We are Sam’s Club people. If something doesn’t come in a twelve-pack, I don’t want it. Cat food is a bulk item, too. I buy the biggest bag that […]

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Shabby cat

August 26, 2019

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Shabby cat

Ralph was being a dork, so I snapped a photo. Then I noticed how crummy the chair looked and tried to crop it all out. Turns out, I can’t crop that much. Yeah, I think I might need to get different furniture…….

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Tiny treasures

August 25, 2019

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Tiny treasures

It was so good to see Kathryn. She is one of the best people I know, and it was a shot in the arm to spend time with her. Her daughter is going to have a great year. Kathryn and Renata went out for lunch after church and Deborah came over for a bit to […]

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Kathryn is here!

August 24, 2019

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Kathryn is here!

Sorry for the lack of posts, but Kathryn arrived with her daughter on Thursday and we’ve been visiting. Renata is starting at Concordia so we’ve been talking abut old times and such. On Saturday, we drove into Lincoln to get some things from the thrift stores (as one should). That was a hoot. I got […]

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