Yesterday I was craving split pea and ham soup again. I don’t know what it is about winter but all I seem to want to make lately is soup. I pulled up some carrots to add to the pot and let me tell you Bob, it was nice to get outside for a few minutes and play in the dirt.
Pulling up carrots inspired me to plant a few seeds. Yes, I know I’m a bit early. 😉 But I couldn’t help it. Any anyways, once the cabbage get big enough I can plant them outside in my stock tanks and throw on some row covers. Thank goodness for grow lights. They take the edge off of winter.
Poor Lucy puggle. She is a wreck. With all the delivery trucks passing by she is getting a serious workout running back and forth looking out the windows. She knows Santa is coming and totally flips out if a truck does not stop at our house and drop something on the porch.
Yesterday I pulled out my baking dishes and labeled them with the foods I’ll be making for Christmas. So far I am up to 7 side dishes and 2 desserts to go with our ham. Why bake for one day when you can bake 5 days of leftover meals, right?
- How much do you spend on a bottle of shampoo?
- How long does your bottle of shampoo last?
A couple of months ago I was able to get 14 big bottles of Suave 2 in 1 shampoo/conditioner for like $9 at Target because they were running some sort of gift card promo and I had a coupon. Clearly, I don’t buy high end products for my hair and the HH doesn’t care because well, it’s not like he’s trying to impress anyone or has McDreamy hair or anything. After what seemed like an eternity, we finally used up a bottle.
I actually called him at work to ask if he was still using shampoo because it took so long to go through a bottle.
So now I’m on a mission to find out how long 22.5 ounces of shampoo lasts us.
This is my life people. It is so freakin’ exciting. Some days, I have to pinch myself.
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