Friday, May 21, 2010

Let's talk white trash.



Cheryl, are you listening?  Yooo-hoooo!

I'm sleepy right now but when I get up, I'm going to share something going on around my house that will make this picture look damn classy. So, it's confession day on Daisy.  Let's all share our true-life, white trash things we've been ashamed to admit, shall we?  More than we already have because, really, I know there's more.  A lot more. I can smell it so spill.
 *yawns*
Goodnight to those going and good mornin' to those who see this when they get up. 

Chris, it's all going to be okay eventually, I promise you.

110 comments:

Karen said...

Yay! Can't wait to read about all my white trash Daisy friends!!

I just saw this link on my friend's facebook site and had to share - can you imagine? Wow!

Going to bed too - and no Tay tomorrow - its our day off! Well, til tomorrow afternoon, then we're going to the first "festival" of the spring, with the kids, I'm so excited!! I hope they ride rides - that is so cute!!!

Anyway - here is the video! Goonight/goodmorning!!

http://news.yahoo.com/video/us-15749625/hail-storm-hits-oklahoma-19917666

KaytieJ said...

Elisabeth -
Saw your comment at the end of the other post.
I am SO glad Chris is in OT as well as PT. What are they working on in OT? You had mentioned he has a dedicated Phys. Therapist. Does he have a dedicated Occupational Therapist as well? I also hope his INRs are stabilized.

KaytieJ said...

Spill the White Trash moment? For me, that better be in plural. My problem is where to start first :-D

Y'all already know about my Port O Potty in the front yard, my flock of Free Range Chickens By Day, my gutterless house, my sagging porch rails....hmmmm :::looking around:::

Might it be that I love my backfiring riding lawn mower that sports a cup :::coughbeercan::: holder? Or that my "back up" car is a cherry red Power Stroke, double cab, "kick ass and take names" long bed pickup named "The Duke" (after John Wayne - not some genetic link)? Nope, not ashamed of those!

And so, my confession will have to be this. If I put my hair up in a twist, straight comb my bangs, glop on the make up, throw on my glasses...I look like *gasp *ugh *oog...
Sarah Palin

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone!

<--- is anxiously waiting for AP's white-trash story ;-D

Jill said...

Morning. I'm super tired. I stayed up late watching Greys and then had to read something to settle my mind.


Today is the last day of school!!!!! I am giving one exam at 10 and then graduation is at 7.

Deb said...

Good morning ladies!

Lots going on here today, it's is beautiful out so I'll be scarce.

My white trash story? Let's see, one year my Ex and his friends decorated the Christmas tree with Coors Light cans as they drank them, because they were "silver and shiney". For reals.

Deb said...

Jill - congratulations! Enjoy your last day :)

Erin Lutz said...

Morning.

Yay Jill!! My son is done, but doesn't graduate until the 1st. The other kid is *pissed that he is still in school for another month. Really pissed.

I walk the girls to school in my gardening boxers. Is that trashy enough?

Margaret said...

Sorry - no white trash stories here. I'm well bred and fabulous.

Jill said...

I'm sure that I have white trash moments that I am repressing.
My MIL takes the PWT (poor white trash) cake.

Muliebrity said...

Margaret and I are either very well bred or so white trash we don't even know it.

I grew up in South St Louis, where no one is called white trash, you are a hoosier (and not in the way Indiana is proud to be Hoosiers).

Muliebrity said...

I did kind of have a moment last night...Standing on my driveway, barefoot, pregnant, holding a 2 y/o wearing only a diaper and a t-shirt, looking to the sky for tornadoes.

Southern Woman said...

Morning all!

Erin, yes, that's trashy enough. ;-)

Margaret, thank you for not spoiling my image of you. We need an upper Daisy caste, and you and Corinne are it.

Jill, happy day!

Grey's last night. Oh my god. I was sobbing big sloppy tears. No spoilers, but what did you think, Jill? Incredibly intense, wasn't it?

Jill said...

SW too intense at times. I turned it off a few times.

I was highly disappointed in all the finales of the NBC Thursday night shows.

Two an a half hour LOST finale Sunday.

Anonymous said...

Chris is asleep still, but trust me...when he's got some vicoden and coffee in him, he'll be fit to help me *narrow down the list.

Seriously.

Southern Woman said...

Jill, I turned it off once too. Man it was good. I can't wait to hear from my sister if she was able to watch it. She doesn't generally do well with that kind of drama.

Catching up on last night’s comments:

Tara, your lilacs are so pretty!

AP said: “I dated someone with cerebral palsy once and he was even male. It was handy, it made him easier to find in a crowd.” You are so wrong you’re right, AP. Lordy.

Sandy, re lamb cakes. Have you ever seen the lamb cakes on Cakewrecks? I’d never even heard of lamb cakes before seeing them there. I don’t think those are a Southern thing.

Robin in Montana said...

I am so behind on Grey's - I don't watch it on t.v. because I started watching about five seasons in, so I netflix it. I'm on season 4 right now, where George and Callie are broken up, and .. hmm, what else. McSteamy is kind of chasing Erica Hahn and Bailey's little boy just got hurt and her marriage is all a mess. I love that damn show. After I work my way through that, I'm thinking I'll try Private Practice? Is it good?

Let's see, what else?

Like Kaytie, it's more of a question of where to start with the white-trashedness. :-) You all know I've been known to take kids to school in moose pajama pants with my cowboy boots and pink camo hat. (I do not get out of the car, I can't afford the counseling my kids would need for that). My dad used to drive us to the school bus in the tractor because the snow was too deep for the car. I've helped steal the bride in a furniture truck at a wedding and then drank some kind of toxic drink called a bingo out of her shoe. I have danced on a bar. Not well, but still. I have taken a horse to school for show and tell.

I've got more, no doubt, but I need to retain *some dignity.

Robin in Montana said...

Tara - the lilacs are beautiful, and I love the old jar!

Sw - I don't know if your appetizer has to be fried, but I just saw a recipe for BLT bites that was cuter than snot.

Elisabeth - I can't wait to hear your and Chris's white trash stories.

Our very own cake wreck disaster was averted yesterday by the nice lady at the bakery, and the girls all declared it the "most rad cake EVAH!".

Anemone Pie said...

Good morning!

Okay, watch me out-white trash you all. When I bought this house nearly 10 years ago, I found out almost immediately that the washing machine and kitchen sink been rigged to drain into the back yard. Whatever, the house was full of shit like this and I figured I'd have it taken care of when I got in it. Well, no one knew how to fix it short of replumbing the entire freaking house. Uh, no. I can't afford that since the pipes are under a concrete foundation. So, I just lived with it as I thought about a solution. I also added a dishwasher to the mix and it also drains outside. Well, about 4 years ago I decided to make a French drain. You know, where you dig out a massive area and fill it with gravel, run a pipe down into it and let it drain underground into that. So I started digging and found where someone else has buried a *huge plastic thing full of gravel trying to do the same thing at one point in time. Roadblock. So, frustrated, I stopped digging. And now, 10 years later, I have a 5x 10x4' deep hole in my backyard that my washing machine, sink and dishwasher still drain into from a pipe running right out of the back of my house. I periodically dump Clorox in it to keep the smell at bay. I had to start doing that after a neighbor complained. :-X On the positive side, when the windows are open and I'm doing laundry, I like to think of it as ambient noise...you know, like a waterfall in Tahiti. And bonus point to be for even finding a positive side to this. :-D

Alas, my Tahitian waterfall may be on it's last day today. The local handyman is determined to find out why this all ever happened in the first place and is on my roof snaking or something as I type.

Anonymous said...

AP- Wow, quite the story. I hope the handyman will figure out what happened in the first place and maybe find a way to fix the problem!

SW, Jill - A friend of mine who's watched the Grey's finale said he had mixed feelings about it. It was a great way to end a season but at the same time, it was *way too intense and didn't really feel like "Grey's anatomy". Is that true? (I'm behind on Grey's - mid 6th season - so I haven't watched yet).

You know what season finale I thought was great? House. Anybody watched it? I love that show and I thought this season was really good overall.

Robin in Montana said...

AP- I can't top that, although the trailer we lived in while we built our house had a homemade septic in the front yard made out of an old fuel tank and some pipes running here and there out from it. It had to be pumped because it was full at one point, and the sewer guy didn't even bat an eye at a fuel tank septic "system." Lovely.

Anemone Pie said...

See, I knew you all would be impressed with my white-trashiness. I'll take some pictures of it later. It's more impressive than you can imagine. Robin, don't I recall some vinyl stick-on tiles on the walls in your past?

Erin Lutz said...

AP- My neighbors house is rigged the same way. Except it runs down her driveway into the sewer!

SW and Jill- It was intense. I held it together until Callie was outside. (that is not a spoiler to anyone who has not watched.)

RiM- I really like Private Practice

Erin Lutz said...

Corinne- Grey's seemed like a 'bang for the buck' finale. I think alot of the hospital dramas do that. The one show i was completely caught off guard by is when the helicopter chopped off Dr. Romanos arm in ER. Litterally-mouth open. And then later when another one squished him.

Robin in Montana said...

AP - no stick on tiles on the walls? Oh, wait. Yes. In that same trailer they had put down stick-on tiles and ran them up the side of the "box" thing where the tub/shower was. At one point a mushroom grew up in one of the cracks. That place ought to have been condemned.

Anonymous said...

EL - Ah yes, I remember ER. It used to be one of my favorite shows until the tenth (?) season when they broke Carter & Abby up. I was pissed because I thought Carter and Abby were great together. The quality of the show went downhill from there, imo.

Romano's arm being chopped off by the helicopter was definitely a shocking moment. However, I thought the way they wrote Romano's death was ludicrous. Really.

My two all-time favorite ER episodes are the ones when Lucy is killed (All in the family, season 6) and when Mark dies (On the Beach, season 8).

Anemone Pie said...

"AP - no stick on tiles on the walls? Oh, wait. Yes."

Lol, there's just so much to remember, isn't there?

Margaret said...

"I periodically dump Clorox in it to keep the smell at bay". Oh heavens!

I have a minnow farm in my yard - is that white trashy?

Robin in Montana said...

AP- There is definitely too much to remember during *that particular phase of my life, yes! lol.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

I belong to the cultured and distinguished group, along with Margaret and Corinne.

Shirley Goodness would never have let me be white trash.

My father is another story, however.

Southern Woman said...

A mushroom grew? Okay, that gets my white trash prize. Congrats!

Corinne, the episode where Lucy died was probably my all time favorite ER. And last night's Grey's was very reminiscent of that.

AP, my parents have their kitchen sink and washing machine draining into the back yard. The drain pipe goes about 50 yards and then to a drainage ditch. Which they promptly put a little bridge over and landcaped like it was a creek. When they put corn down the garbage disposal, they get a lot of crows in the back yard. Do I win anything?

Southern Woman said...

A minnow farm is not trashy, Margaret. Thanks for playing though!

Hi CK!

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Hi SW.

Last day of recorder recitals. And.I.Have.No.Voice.

30 first grade boys ignoring one teacher without a voice can make said teacher feel COMPLETELY invisible and very angry...

At the recital, the co-worker will do the talking.....

Gotta go - back later to read all the white trash legacies.

Anemone Pie said...

Margaret, a minnow farm could be white trashy. I guess it depends on how it got there and what you do with it. ;-)

A agree, the mushroom might win the prize and SW, I'm cracking up with what your folks did Work with what you've got, I guess!

Southern Woman said...

::whispering:: AP, I bet Margaret really has a koi pond, and is just trying to fit in by calling it a minnow farm.

Anemone Pie said...

Oh, look, we can call CK names and she can't holler at us! CK, except for the voice, has it all been pretty drama-free?

SW, I bet you're right about Margaret. That sounds like something she'd do. *nods*

Southern Woman said...

AP, someone just posted this on FB and I thought of you, of course: "Libertarianism is anarchy for rich people."

Anonymous said...

CK - I'm sorry you have no voice on the last day of recitals :(

SW - Now you actually managed to get me excited about Grey's finale, which is a feat in itself because I thought the season was so-so.
Oh and *every single time I watch the ER epsiode where Lucy dies, I bawl my eyes out.

Jill said...

It's over.
I'm now a former teacher.

Robin in Montana said...

Jill - how are you doing? I saw your FB status about it being bittersweet.

Shannon said...

Morning ladies.

My white trash moments all came from when I first moved in with my ex husband at his parents house. Now granted the house was like 150 years old and sat in the middle of a lot of fields but much like AP's house plumbing was an apparent afterthought.

There was a septic tank, but only for the bathroom. When it had to be replaced the guys discovered that whoever put it in originally was a freaking MORON!!! It was upside down. They were surprised that there hadnt been more issues with it before they got the call. The kitchen and utility room however drained into the back yard into 50 gallon drums with holes punched in them buried in the ground.

His mother was also, for some unknown reason as there was never a compost pile or area, had to have a "slop" bucket where all food and organic garbage went. Well all fine and good I suppose EXCEPT that you could go to make a pot of coffee and get the shit scared out of you when the whole bottom of the bucket came alive with the mice jumping all over the place. I will have you know this is the time when I became so deathly afraid of mice and other rodents. I was never afraid of them until this time.

Shannon said...

I loved ER. I bawled when Lucy died, I bawl every time the episode with Mark dying aired, and I even bawled when Romano died.

KaytieJ said...
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KaytieJ said...

Jill - I deleted my comment to you, only because it had so many typos, I couldn't even read it.

What I meant to say is, it is hard to take in all at once.

Margaret said...

Yea Jill!

My husband raises minnows for fishing - I'm not sure why. There are some questions not worth asking.

Anonymous said...

Jill - It must be very bittersweet.

Shannon - I hated Romano so much, I couldn't cry when he died.

Shannon said...

Corinne I dont think that it was so much that he died it was more that it was a helicopter that killed him. I think even one of the characters said something about how he must have done something in some life to really piss off a helicopter.

Anonymous said...

Shannon - You know what made me hate the ER writers starting season 10? First Carter and Abby broke, then Carter & Kem (who I hated)'s son was stillborn, then Abby had a placental abruption, hers & Luka's son was a premie because of that and she had a hysterectomy, and then Carter's kidney's started failing because of amyloidosis that he got following schistosomiasis which he caught in Africa.

I thought it was *way too dramatic and the show kinda lost the proximity it had. Because everything became *so unreal.

Tara. said...

Morning ladies!!

I have a cold. Yuck! Thing 1 does too, she's home from school today and not happy about it. She's such a nerd, it's cute.

I don't have any white trash stories. My Mom is a snob, she calls me white trash when we shop at Wal-Mart. *eye roll* So, as you can imagine, she wouldn't allow anything "white trash" to occur in our house/life growing up. LOL

Shannon said...

Yeah I think I really lost a lot of respect for them when Carter and Kem's son was stillborn. I mean yes it is an issue that is often ignored but I didnt like the way it all played out. And then with all the other drama that all ended up on top of everything it just put it over the top.

tumbleweedgirl said...

i couldn't even watch that episode, or the ones dealing with it. it was a lot all at once.

tumbleweedgirl said...

ck

sorry about your voice. i'd be super cranky if that happened and i were being ignored.

jill

i imagine it's bittersweet, but i'm glad you chose to not keep going instead of being laid off.

Tara. said...

AP: Awesome story. Laughed so hard at "ambient noise".

CK: Recorder recitals? Like, the little recorders kids get in music class? That must be your own personal hell. You poor thing.

Tara. said...

WooHoo Jill!!

Tara. said...

What about Sea Monkies? Are those white trash?

Shannon said...

Morning Tara and Rhys...I dont want you guys to think I bailed cause you came on :) I got tests due on Sunday and still homework to do before I do the tests so I gotta jet and get my ass focused on getting it done :)

Margaret said...

Sea Monkeys are from England - therefore not white trash.

Margaret said...

Mulie - how is the reunion going?

Jill said...

Sorry, I posted and ran to a faculty meeting and then spent the last two hours gossiping.

It is bittersweet, but it's nice to go on my own terms.

Tara. said...

No white trash exists in England?
Only bad teeth, I guess.

Good luck on your tests, Shannon!

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Recorder recitals are over for this year. 4th graders - they actually are pretty serious about it, and we teach them to play with a "lovely tone".

It was the nasty 1st graders that were ignoring - they are a mean bunch of future convicts.

AP - yes, very little drama. I even *helped an EBD student play his song after two weeks of him insisting he wasn't going to do it. He was pretty proud of himself. I just said "lets get 'r done" and I played along. You should have seen him afterwards. Pretty proud.

Tara. said...

My daughter will be in 4th grade next year and she told me that she'll be playing her recorder more. "Oh, joy." is what I said inside my head, while on the outside I just smiled and gave her an assuring nod.
I'm glad it's over for you! Maybe your voice will come back now.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Tara - ear.plugs.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Off to be a PE teacher again. With.no.voice. Right.

Southern Woman said...

Jill, congrats on being done! The next chapter starts!

Margaret, LOL re: "Sea Monkeys are from England - therefore not white trash"

Margaret said...

Bad teeth and bland food.

Anonymous said...

Margaret - LOL @ bland food.
For my English class in high school, we spent three days in a host family in England. It's not that the food was horrible, it's just that it didn't taste *anything!

KaytieJ said...

CK - Your niceness is showing through :-D That was very sweet what you did for that child.

Southern Woman said...

La la. I don't feel like working this afternoon, so I'm playing Pac Man on the google main page. La la.

Margaret said...

It's Pacman's birthday - I think I need some cake!

KaytieJ said...

:::Passing out chocolate cupcakes with vanilla butter cream frosting:::

SW - AP's future In-Laws need to teach her how to decorate that "pond" she has out in the back yard.

Southern Woman said...

LOL Kaytie! They'd have a charming bridge over it and ferns planted around it and a few too many lawn ornaments in the vicinity. You'd never know it's a cess pool!

But BTW, I think AP has a lot of nerve making me feel dirty (in a bad way) for not washing my mushrooms. Hmph.

Southern Woman said...

Oh crap! Why did you say cupcakes? Now I'm craving a peanut butter cupcake from the cupcake place I strive mightily to avoid! Ugh!

KaytieJ said...

I am glad you posted today, SW. I think there were quite a few Daisies pondering your demise from brushing and not washing :-D

Peanut Butter ones, those sound really good. Do they have jelly in them?

KaytieJ said...

AP - Still waiting for your cess pool pic :-D

Southern Woman said...

Where the hell is everybody this afternoon?

Robin in Montana said...

I'm here, but only for a second. I have spent a good share of the afternoon trying to get the damn new horse to go into the damn new trailer, all the while keeping the damn doors from slamming shut in the damn wind and scaring the damn new horse or chopping off my damn fingers. Fail on all accounts, except for the fingers.

Will try again tomorrow with help and hopefully no wind.

Now I am off to thaw out chicken for chicken tacos.

KaytieJ said...

Robin - You got a new trailer, too? Awesome! Sorry it was a debacle, though. Better luck tomorrow!

Robin in Montana said...

Kaytie - it's a *long ways from new, but new to me, and super clean and well taken care of and cheap. It's a 2-horse, though -- I've never in my life had a 2-horse trailer.

<---snobby about 2-horse trailers.

Jill said...

I'm at graduation. It is hot and muggy.

KaytieJ said...

Robin - Congrats! Even if it is a lowly 2 horser. Sure an upgrade from my No horser!


Jill - You need a Daisy Fan.....one of those hand held battery things that has a fan in the shape of a daisy.

Muliebrity said...

I was spending off spending $450 at Costco and now I am going to see Iron Man. Have a great evening, ladies!

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Watcha buying at Costco, Mulie?

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

Does watching ANTM qualify me for white trash trailer park?

Southern Woman said...

Not even close CK. Try again.

Shannon said...

CK I watch ANTM and I dont live in a trailer park and only am white trash by choice :) Now if you watch wrestling AND Nascar you could be pushing it.

KaytieJ said...

Enjoy Iron Man...No spoilers, but I really liked it. However, I have liked the work Robert Downey, Jr. has done.

CK - ummm...what is ANTM mean?

KaytieJ said...

I mean is = does.

Deb said...

Evening ladies!

I have a searing sore throat, and feeling crappy. Tanked 3 beers and I'm done.

The day started out with a bawling 8 year old seeing our favorite black butterfly koi (Bubba) stuck between rocks, presumably dead. You could just see that last part of it's tail, no movement at all. Take her to school, tell her we'll bury him. Come home thinking I better get it out before it gets all hot and icky today, so I pull on it's tail and it wiggled! Pull some more and it's alive!!! Scales pretty scratched up but alive! She was so happy when she saw him after school.

Next stop, the vet for Hannah dog. She has a hematoma in her ear from a scratching fit. Now she has a very lovely (not) drain on the tip of her ear that needs to be bled out every couple of hours for 2 weeks. Sweet.

This is the life, I tell ya.

I hope everyone else had a good day!

KaytieJ said...

AP - did you fall into that hole?

Deb said...

Mulie - At least tell me you bought the TGIFridays fried greenbeans w/wasabi sauce in that spending spree. I am addicted to those things!

RiM - I'm so glad you found you *2 horse trailer! Good luck getting that thing in there though! How did your hair turn out though? That is the real question.

KaytieJ said...

Deb - Good thing you did not have to do Koi CPR, but dog ear drains? Oh boy!

Southern Woman said...

Aha! I knew a Daisy had a koi pond! Just picked the wrong Daisy. No white trash badge for Deb!

Sorry about the dog's ear.

Mulie, tell us what you bought when you get back!

Deb said...

Kaytie - believe me, the way she was crying, Koi CPR was not far off. I cannot believe Bubba suvived. The dog ear drain is just gross right now. It is stitched in and you have to unscrew this little cap *without twisting the whole thing or her pulling away and ripping it all out. On top of that, she has to wear The Cone of Shame.

SW - Oh yeah, the white trash story was my *past life. My new life, I try to stay white trash free:) I'll have to post some pics of the pond. They are totally cool to have.

Southern Woman said...

Deb, in the winter time do the koi just hang out under the ice and they're fine? Without food, or what?

OMG re ear drain. I couldn't handle that.

Have any of you seen the movie Sherry Baby? It breaks my heart.

Deb said...

SW - The pond has to be at least 3 ft deep for fish to survive the winter. You actually stop feeding them when the water temp reaches 53 degrees. Their metabolism basically slows so that they just suspend themselves at the bottom. When it warms back up and they begin to surface, you can start feeding them again.

This was our first winter with the fish and I was so nervous, especially with all of the *feet of snow we had this year! I have a pond deicer that floats on the water surface that keeps a 12 inch dia. break in the ice so the pond can get oxygen too.

tumbleweedgirl said...

deb

you're a hero for savying the fish!

Deb said...

Hey Rhys! Why, thank you, thank you very much.

I was as disappointed as she was, so bummed because he is such a beautiful fish with long flowing fins. I even e-mailed her teacher to let her know he was okay so she would do well on her spelling test she had first thing!

Deb said...

I'm off to bed - I can't afford to get sick and I have so much to get done this weekend.

have a great night!

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

KaytieJ - ANTM is American's Next Top Model

Have you seen True Believer starring RDJ before drugs? Great movie.

CKrunchy Cheetos said...

SW - Sherry Baby - tough to watch.

hd said...

just a post to say daughter (gestational diabetes with insulin shots 4x daily) was induced Sunday, long labor/delivery but healthy boy delivered Monday night (not that any of you know us or really care, but oh well) . Both doing great. I love reading your site and pray for Chris.

Anemone Pie said...

Hd, congrats on the new grandson! It's nice having you here, too...don't be so quiet. ;-)

I did not fall into the hole. God knows what this adventure is going to cost me but he spent 6 hours with a snake on the roof with the sewer vents and at both washout drains, snaking to beat the band. He got gunk out that should not even be allowed in this world and figures he's about halfway there, but he's got full confidence he can get this fixed for me. He really believes it's some type of clog or barrier that happened many years before I even bought this place and has been sort of cemented in place with the gunk. Tomorrow he's running acid down the roof vents in an effort to break it up. That should be fun. I'm really thrilled, though...I'd love to fix my backyard up nice and be able to enjoy it.
Pictures? Maybe. :-D

Jill, you called yourself a former teacher way back up there...I dunno. I think maybe once a teacher, always a teacher. I hope you enjoy your time at home.

Muliebrity said...

HD, I remember you saying you had a grandbaby due around the time Taiya and I were due. Happy the baby ball is rolling! Taiya and I are anxiously awaiting our turns! Soon, please!

Muliebrity said...

Costco consisted of the basics like, TP, paper towels, paper plates, diapers, pull-ups, batteries, and laundry detergent. We only buy everything but the diapers about once every 9-12 months, so it was time to stock up.

Everything else was 800 lbs of burger to fry up and freeze, 4 kinds of berries, watermelon, beer, coffee, hummus, salsa, pita chips, organic tort chips, frozen burritos, FiberOne bars, yogurt, cranberry-grape juice, and some other random stuff.

Muliebrity said...

This is the most I've spent as Costco since buying new tires last year. We are trying to make sure we have enough supplies on hand, so whoever is with the boys will have enough options to feed them without too much inconvenience.

Muliebrity said...

Glad I'm not crowning right now, you sleepy heads!

Anemone Pie said...

Bah, I'm not sleeping. I'm resizing my ambient water feature photos! I hope you have Muliette soon and hmmm, I'm think I'm going to sneak in and raid your fridge.

Oopsie Daisy said...

** new post **

Anonymous said...

Niggers

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