Can you believe 2011 is almost over? I know I say this every year, but gosh I hope 2012 is a better year. (I feel like I am rolling dice trying to get some lucky numbers. lol) You know this mami is seriously frustrated when I contemplate moving into my in-laws yard.
I really hope my sink gets fixed soon. This would be a lot easier in the Summer, where I could use my leftover water to douse my yard and plants. Alas, the yard is so saturated from the rain, I'm just flushing my dirty water... and that seems like such a waste.
I read this article over on Dogster and giggled at first - Captain is known for getting leftovers, he's even managed to UNZIP a reusable bag and get the takeout container open, that little booger - and then I felt bad because that dog was so sick. And then I got mad, because I felt like the post was trying to say it was because he ate fatty human food. Um, I think the aluminum foil didn't exactly help the situation. I'm thinking the carne asada super burrito actually had some serious spice, and that was the problem, not the meat, but hey, I could be wrong.
I tell ya what though, I feel a lot better feeding my dogs home cooked food than I do mechanically separated insides from China packaged dog food. ;)
I need to go shoe shopping. Well, hiking boot shopping. I think the last pair I purchased that was on clearance at REI was on clearance for a reason. :( The bottom sole looks OK, but I am getting wear patterns on all of my hiking socks and for the first time, my left heel aches when walking. I expect pain from 4" heels, not hiking boots! The problem is I am normally uber picky when it comes to buying hiking boots.... I bought these on clearance and the 75% off called my name. I should have ignored it. lol Sometimes, you get what you pay for!
Ugh, I am so tired of this rain. I wish we could send it to those of you who need it!
I wonder if it's safe to go shopping yet. When we poked our heads out last week, it was scary. We're running out of dairy, and there's a few other things I could really use stocking up on. I've got to bake more bread - it lasts maybe 24 hours around here.
DH's job gave him a turkey as a gift. LOL Good thing I only bought 2 this year, or I would have had to fire up the second deep freezer - and I would have felt stupid running it for just a turkey. lol
We do need to do something about the fridge situation. I lost some green peppers again. *grumbling* I swear, every time I open the door I hear it laugh at me. It likes to torture me! If we run electric in the new house, I'm buying an industrial fridge. I don't need the freezer part - the deep freezer takes care of that for me. The only thing I keep in the fridge's freezer is ice, and when I menu plan, I add the meat for the week in there so I don't have to go in and out of the deep freezer.