This past weekend I began to order Christmas stuff. We may be here, so I am ordering!
I thought you would like this!
Who thinks up these things? Life should always be this fun!
I am ordering a line of sarcastic beverage napkins for Christmas. I just can’t resist!
Late Spring is here and BBQ season has started. Forget the nip in the air, next weekend is May Long Weekend, and that means shorts and t shirts, even if that includes a fuzzy hat and mitts! Huddle around the BBQ if you are really cold!
All the BBQ stuff is on sale for 20% off.
– those special grill brushes that don’t leave bristles behind to get in the food;
– foil cooking bags for veggies etc., so you don’t have make your own packets;
– cedar planks (one of my staff used these and said they are great); and
– marinade injectors to get the marinade into the meat not just on the outside.
Long oven mitts are ordered and will arrive in a couple of weeks. Or you can try oven gloves and be trendy.
BBQ is not just about eating; it is about how you look and the gear you own!
See you at Scoop N’ Weigh, the Candy Store for Grownups who know how to make BBQ look cool!
P.S. I think I blew it with the shelving boards we are clearing out. They are not moving. Time for a change, all boards, no matter the length, are $2.00.
So look around your garage, like Tammy. Are the shelves wonky, dirty, too short or just not working? Then for a few bucks you can have new ones! We all need more shelving to get organized; the garage/garden shed is the worst.
A squirrel had spread pine cones on all the shelves in my garden shed and strategically placed them in the flower pots and all other containers. What a mess. Do you think they were trying to hide their half eaten food? Or just never learned to clean up after themselves? Whatever, I am left with the mess and this is despite nice shelves!
P.P.S. Lots of pumpkins still for sale.
P.P.P.S. I was too lazy to ride my bike today. The excuse I used was I had to do some shopping. Yeah right, I have carried groceries on my bike before, so why not this time?
Last week when it was misty rain and I rode home. The trails look slippery with a thin layer of rain sitting on top of the packed surface. I just knew that the trail was going to grab my tires and send me sliding sideways. So I yelled to the carrot sticks to hang on tight and knew it was going to be a perilous ride. Sooo…I rode as fast as I could and didn’t fall, but the carrots and I were covered in mud. Who said riding a bike is a leisure activity?