I don’t even know what that means, except I’m in a hurry so this post will possibly be shorter and more random than usual. If that’s even possible.
The other day I was out with my hubby and I saw this sign on a development we were driving past. So I took a picture of it for my friend Dawn. I think she’ll like it.
Then, as we were driving along, I was taking random pictures just to irritate entertain Art, when . . .
Wait, what? Is that . . . ?
Really? Right on a busy intersection in the middle of town? A closer look–
It’s a weird, weird world we live in.
It kind of reminds me of the time we were at my grandparent’s house and a goat walked by, so my sister chased it down the street with her camera trying to get a picture.
For the record, she was twenty-two at the time.
Last fall my trusty bread machine kicked the bucket, which we discovered when it baked a loaf of bread that it had failed to mix, which was NEAT. I’ve been wanting a new one but didn’t really have the funds and it wasn’t high on the priority list, so it kept getting put off. Last week I found one on Craigslist for $25, so I bought it, and when I tried to use it it was broken.
I contacted the sellers and they were super nice about it and sent me a refund check in spite of the fact that their townhome had a fire in it earlier this week. Seriously.
But at that point I just had my heart set on a bread machine, so I got looking around on amazon.com, and I found this one for $50 with free shipping, and my husband and I had $45 in amazon.com gift cards we had earned through swagbucks, so I got myself a new bread machine for $5.
Anyway, the bread machine arrived yesterday, so I am planning to use it today, right after it finishes the recommended “dry run” in which it “burns off all the oils used in manufacturing.” Truly. My house currently smells like a bread machine factory.
In other news, here is an exchange that happens often around my house.
Me: What? There’s nothing the matter with you.
Recently, however, Squeezy has altered this conversation a bit.
Squeezy: AAAAHHHHWAHHH— WHAT?
It’s very cute. And weird. But cute.
That’s why she fits so well in this family.
Have a great weekend, everyone!