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Day 29 making leftovers!

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Last night was a snack night, nothing special or new, but yesterday was a bit of craziness, since I had to take the car in for all the flashing dash lights. Turns out it was going to take them a few hours to get to it, so I called Larry for a ride home. We ended up going grocery shopping instead of going straight home, but the stores are decidedly busier in the afternoon on a Saturday than they are when I usually go (as early in the morning as I can) so it was a little crazy. And Larry is a disjointed shopper, and kept sending me off for things he needed, that I didn't necessarily know where they were. Not my normal store, or my normal way to shop!

But we made it happen. Trader Joe's didn't have all the items I was looking for from the Thanksgiving newspaper they had sent out, I was hoping for a cooked turkey breast, since I didn't get any leftovers, but I got an uncooked one instead (cheaper price per pound anyway) so I'll put that in the crockpot today. I also wanted some turkey sausage to put in the dressing I'm making today as well (it's a whole grain dressing, I think it will make a good lunch with the turkey breast and some squash or sweet potato.) I'll have my leftovers one way or another! So I have some cooking to do today!
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  • THINRONNA
    Flashing dash lights doesn't sound good. :( Trader joes shopping does though. I love Trader Joes...i've only been in one once or twice though.

    I hope you had a great Thanksgiving!
    1780 days ago
  • LSDALOIA
    Good for you for making leftovers YOUR way instead of relying on someone else. Now you know exactly what's in them. Have fun and hope you enjoy your dinner.
    1781 days ago
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