ok, i no longer feel like i am going to keel over

Posted: September 14, 2007 at 7:35 pm

but it was close. i was sooooo hungry tonight. i got home from work, and quickly did a half assed cleaning job on the barn, fed the barn guys, gave a tour of saints to a visiting animal welfare director, ( a very nice and interesting man), unloaded the goodies that he brought along and headed straight for the grocery store. i must be lacking in calcium cuz everything i bought had to be cheese.  swiss cheese for sandwiches, shredded cheese for scrambled eggs and frozen mac and cheese for dinner…plus i bought some milk and bread…i am good for a week now. but sadly i forgot the beer. i am not a big drinker, altho i think i should try harder…but since i only get the occasional urge when a cold beer sounds good i forget it when i finally get into town….i do have dinner tonight, and i love swiss cheese sandwiches so i am pretty darn happy right now.

well, i better go clean those crazy ducks, i will be so glad when they move to their new home. you have no idea how much work those little adorable things can make. it is astounding.

i ran out of pig food and a few other things tonight and the main feed order is not delivered til tuesday so i think i will wait until morning to hit the feed store before the barn guys breakfast and maybe i will remember to buy the beer then too. do beer stores open at 8 am?


3 Comments on "ok, i no longer feel like i am going to keel over"

  • Mo says

    At this point I may need beer for breakfast… see you at 9. If you happen to read this before you go out… is here enough for me to do breakfast ?

  • Carol says

    depends on enough of what for whom?…beer no….human food maybe…barn feed not yet but i am leaving now to get some more so there will be by 9 am cuz god forbid those barn guys miss a meal.

  • Carol says

    i bought the horse feed yesterday…i just forgot that we were going to need bran, alfalfa and pig food by today.

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