Friday, November 21, 2008

Bread and a Trip...

Ok, first of all about the bread. I buy light wheat bread for my half sammies. It usually takes me 2 weeks before I buy another loaf and then I have to throw away part of the one I have left. But for some reason just knowing the bread is getting low makes me want sandwiches more. Does that happen to you with anything? So that's why I've been stressing over it.

Now about the trip tomorrow. I think I'm going to have to call the person and postpone it until Sunday. It is snowing like crazy here. Already another 3 inches. Supposed to be in the 40's on Sunday and sunny so that means that the driveway will definitely melt. This trip is to pick up something for my daughter in NJ for Christmas. Want to have it for when they come for Thanksgiving. Can't tell you what it is yet since she does have this web address and she never reads my blogs (or never mentions reading them) but sure as I mention what it is here she'll check in to see what I write about. So, I'll share it with you after Thanksgiving.

Just hope the weather clears up the first of the week so I can go to the grocery and get the Thanksgiving provisions. Course if I can't that means that they won't be able to get here either and there won't be any reason to cook that kind of meal.

This is really weird that we are having so much bad weather this early. The last time this happened we had a REALLY bad winter.

The daughter in NJ is trying her best to talk me into going home with her until Christmas. I just don't want to do that. I want to be home. I like my home and I'm more comfortable here. She even tries to entice me with her high speed Internet. But again, that's not enough. And besides her fiance has a 4 year old that is there half the time and I'm just too old to put up with a youngin' that age for any period of time. It wears me out!

Have a great weekend y'all.

6 comments:

Donna B said...

Hope the weather clears up so you can get out this weekend. I understand about the bread, even though I am not a big sammie person myself. I keep it in the freezer and take it out 30 minutes or so before I need it and it defrosts perfectly fresh! Most of the time we use it for grilled cheese sandwiches or toast for omelets.

MaryFran said...

Good luck with the weather. I'll be praying for it to cooperate so that you can get the provisions you need AND your daughter can get to you for the holiday!!!!!

JC said...

So are you going to take a picture of the snow and post it? Please, please, please take a snow picture and post if for us. I do hope the snow goes away so your family can get to you for Thanksgiving. Bread is one of those foods I can't bring home. If I want a sandwich, I have to go buy one (only one).

Thanks for the house washing advice.

Cammy said...

I am definitely sending warm, warm wishes (at least 45-50 degrees) so that you can get to the store and that your family can get to YOU!

I understand about the bread. I would add peanut butter to the list of must have on hand items. :)

grammy said...

Enjoy the snow. Hope you get to have company for thanksgiving. I don't remember you mentioning having people come. That will be great. Don't stress about a holiday trip, but think about it. It could be fun. Maybe make the winter seem shorter. (o: but...we gotta do what we gotta do. I better stop writing. I am tired and make no cents...hee hee..I know I spelled that wrong...tired attempt at humer.

Sparky said...

Entice you with her high speed Internet? You are so hilarious. I laughed out loud! :)