The package is here and it doesn’t look damaged at all. The contents are fine. What should have taken 3, maybe 5 days counting weekends to get here from FL took 21 days to get here.
I kinda feel like I’m not going to have anything to blog about now! 🙂
This morning I had to get my hair cut. I walked in to put eggs in the fridge for my hair cut lady and someone had brought in TWO boxes of cookies from Flour Power, my favorite bakery. My first thought was . . I can stick one box in the bag I brought the eggs in and no one will ever know. I didn’t.
Then I went to Walmart and bought more collard greens and some mustard greens and collard seeds. When I got home, my plan was to go in the house, put on my garden boots and go plant the seeds but Vince had the sprinkler going on the garlic. The patch that’s ready to plant is right next to the garlic and with the wind, it was already too wet to plant. With the wind and the sun, it will be dry enough that I can get those planted tomorrow.
Darn . . nothing else I need to do except water the greenhouse so I guess I’ll sit and knit most of the rest of the day. Dinner tonight is leftover salmon, kale chips and salad. No work there . . thankfully!
Linda in NE says
I’m glad your package arrived safely. My Chewy.com kitty food order is stranded somewhere in the wilds of PA because of weather conditions. Guess it gets here when it gets here.
Glad to hear your package arrived finally. Good things come to those who wait?
Pat Anderson says
Kind of like winning the lottery, huh? Gosh it took a long time! Congrats on the self control…I’ve been low carb since June 27th and I was thinking of cheating at lunch today–Valentine’s Day and all…I didn’t. My half a sandwich without the bread and a side salad wasn’t too exciting.
So glad your package arrived…..if it could only talk and tell you all kinds of stories!!
Nelle Coursey says
Hope you got lots of knitting done!!
I’m so sad you were stuck knitting all day. =)