Ann, I love that particular salad from Costco. My son gets it for me fairly often. The apples actually keep for quite a while. The last one I got lasted well over a week. It is one of the few salads that have now bacon bits. I can't eat pork bacon. I use turkey bacon instead. Costco has a chicken burger with spinach that is marvelous.
I got the bag of sprouted beans and sprouted rice & quinoa there. I find a lot of really good things if I take my time while shopping. Michael hates going to Costco because there are usually way too many people there. He finds that intimidating.
Time for yet another nap. I can't seem to stay awake lately.
Good Morning. The sun came out early and was to be a little warmer today. I have already been to Costco. I only bought 3 items food items but still had a hefty bill. I have a slab of salmon I will cut up and freeze in portion size for the two of us. Got some peaches that I will share with DD. I'm hoping she will stop by on her way home from work and tuck my clean sheets in on the bed. The mattress is too heavy for me to lift and DH should not lift for a couple more weeks after his cataract surgery.
Patty, I have read The Partner and it is a good one. I have 15 Grisham books I have read ready to take to a camping rally in Oct. where they will have a book exchange. Right now I started The Pelican Brief. It was a little slow getting started but now is getting more exciting. The first 10 chapters were easy to put down and come back to later.
Jan, I know you are glad your car repairs were not any more involved than a turn up and spark plugs.
Heather, congratulations on moving. What a lot of work but exciting too.
Judy, I'm still wondering if you are moving?
Yesterday there was a series of earthquakes about 75 miles east of us. 5.? which is pretty strong. The only one I felt was just about 2 min. of 2:pm. and I looked at our hanging light over the kitchen table and thought it was moving. The paper said there was a rumble at 1:57 p.m. so I did feel it.
No cooking for me today. I can warm up the left over taco casserole for my supper and DH will eat at the lodge. Costco had the best looking package of salad ready to mix. Spinach, walnuts, dried cranberries and slices of apple. I almost bought one for supper tomorrow night for the two of us but was afraid the apples might not keep. Next time one of us stop by there I might pick up one.
In a neighboring village there is a senior luncheon twice a month. I went for a while, but soon lost interest. I can't figure that out. I loved working in the senior center in Anchorage. And I've been involved with senior activities for many years, I just can't get interested in this assembly. The people are very nice. They seem to be friendly, but I have observed that they have a tendency to sit in the same places every time. Perhaps that is what is bothering me. There is no place for someone new to join in.
What an interesting observation. No wonder I lost interest. I hadn't thought about it before. It gives me some insight about how groups incorporate new members and exclude them as well. Thanks for the topic.
I am still trying to get my eating schedule worked out. I have to take medication when I awake and that seems to throw me off. I can't eat anything for half an hour after I take the medication and I get interested in computer communication before that. Then I don't come up for air for more than an hour. It is now 10:50 AM and I have been up for almost two hours and still haven't gotten downstairs for breakfast.
Good morning Girls, Please pray for Sarah, as she is in the path of the storm in Fl.
Not sure what is up for today. Not sure I am going to see Mom. Not sure I am going to lunch at senior center. They are not having anything that I can eat, and I do not want a salad, so will probably stat home and have a cheesy omelet.
Yesterday started reading a good book by John Grisham called the Partner. really good. Starts out exciting too.
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