Here are the fresh items. The squash on the right ended up being $1 for each whether zucchini or crookneck. I love sugar snap peas so Bill tossed them in the basket for me. Blueberries and blackberries were on sale for 97 cents each limit 2 so I bought the limit of each. Bill and I have been on an oatmeal kick so I thought I would try them in the oatmeal. Limes were very pricey at 4 for $1 so I only bought 4...Brussels Sprouts are and should always be in the grocery basket whenever I shop!
Here are the dry goods and juice. I wanted to have corn on the shelf as I make a soup Bill grew up eating using corn, ground beef, tomatoes and potatoes. The raisins are for the oatmeal binge Bill and I have been on as well as for the grands as I like to have little snacks for them. Let's see, Ken's is my favorite for salad dressing and I have some marinara sauce as I am making a bunch of lasagne to freeze.
The sugars (powdered and granulated) are for cinnamon rolls. I kind of make okay cinnamon rolls. Bill happened to take two large pans to work a month or so ago and since then the other shifts have been wondering why they did not get them. I will make two large pans on Sunday for Bill to deliver.
Circus and fig cookies are for Bill. Animal Crackers are for the grands. Chips for Sunday get togethers-we usually have salsa and chips with whatever the meal is. The oatmeal...sigh, yep. I am not sure why in the past few years I have gone on these crazes of eating things. I mean Brussels Sprouts and now oatmeal?! Oh well.
and finally... a blooper photo
Here is my blurry hand and leg. Not sure when I snapped this image but
a blooper is included today...because it captures an image ever so rare.
I am wearing socks! Like the Loch Ness Monster, images of me in socks are
so rare that one wonders if they are real. Well Bill knows, but the world...only
gets fuzzy, blurry images to authenticate this mystery.
* By the way, I didn't list all the items in the photos and I did not share images of the toilet paper, tissues, or Sara Lee pumpkin pie that I bought. The pies were $1.99 each~it was like it was my birthday yesterday. A Sara Lee pumpkin pie...I only bought two though. It's not a regret or anything not to have bought more. Okay so it is a teeny tiny regret. It seems to be growing as I type. I think I am going to be making a pre birthday pumpkin pie sampler for February to remind me of my birthday
cake pie in June. I'm back~ lol, I had to turn the oven on to warm up to bake the pie.
May you all have a super pumpkin pie day wherever you are. As I enjoy my pie sampler I will think about my friends in blogity land!