I’ve been holding out on you people for sometime now… I have a VERY BIG and slightly crazy project in the works… and it has something to do with the box you see above… If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time the term “crazy”… as it refers to Mavis… is rather subjective. But… if I told you about the project now… without the pictures to back me up…you probably wouldn’t believe me … So… I guess you’ll just have to wait to hear about what’s in that gianormous square box (actually there was 2 of them) currently residing in my hallway until I have the picture to “show and tell” you.
So… since we’re not talking about the giant square box… let’s talk about last nights dinner… Shall we? Since it was Cinco De Mayo… we ate tacos… not that it really matters… I mean I just learned myself that Cinco De Mayo means the 5th of May… so … actually I just pretended we were celebrating Cinco De Mayo…. if figured it was easier to say… Hola… El Taco for Dinnero tonighto… rather than announce “Hey were eating taco’s again for the second time this week”… Anyway… I was staring down at the innards of my soft taco when I realized how good it looked… And how I paid .33 cents a jar for the salsa, zero $ for the guacamole, bartered for the ground elk meat, zero for the rice, paid .99 cents alb for the tomatoes, zero $ for the cheese, and zero $ for the lettuce… oh… and the tortilla was free as well. Oh and let’s not forget about the plate… I found that along side the road 6 years ago (I’m kidding).
Then… I thought… Mavis … U.R.WEIRD. Who on earth looks at their dinner plate and can add up the total cost of their meal (down to the penny). And not only does that person know exactly how much she paid for her dinner… she then proceeds to tell her family in (great length) about when/where & how much she paid… and what’s their reaction? They all roll their eyes of course and change the subject.
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