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Isn't Liquid Gold a furniture polish?  Umm. Interesting X-Mas gift  :P

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I'm glad I'm such a source of amusement. :P

 

I have no idea what is for supper, but it's date day. We're going to the $1 theater today to see Divergent and getting gelato. Plus we're running a few errands down to Provo and I think we may stop and treasure hunt at the thrift shops, dollar stores and pawn shops. Gonna be an awesome day. B)

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Oh god you people make me want cheesy food now! LOL!  Addy, I, too, love bargain shopping.  When it comes to non-necessities and clothes, I basically refuse to pay full price.

 

I have been in the interview process for a job where I train at the office for 2 months then work from home taking calls for a major company.  I checked my application status online and it says I will be getting an offer in a few days!  It will be 20 hours a week, perfect hours for me, and I can work more hours when I don't have to deal with a commute or physical limitations.  I don't want to tell friends and family until it is official but I can spill the beans to y'all :D  I haven't been able to work for over a year and a half, this is so exciting for me.  Will be a little rough working 5 hr days 5 days a week with a hefty commute at first, but afterwards it'll pay off.  I can work with no pants on!  (JK I always wear pants in the house because I don't want cat hair on my hiney)

 

Tonight I am going to roast a giant pork tenderloin from the stockpile I got for 25% off, with carrots and potatoes on the side.  It'll give us some leftovers for lunches.

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Oh god you people make me want cheesy food now! LOL!  Addy, I, too, love bargain shopping.  When it comes to non-necessities and clothes, I basically refuse to pay full price.

 

I have been in the interview process for a job where I train at the office for 2 months then work from home taking calls for a major company.  I checked my application status online and it says I will be getting an offer in a few days!  It will be 20 hours a week, perfect hours for me, and I can work more hours when I don't have to deal with a commute or physical limitations.  I don't want to tell friends and family until it is official but I can spill the beans to y'all :D  I haven't been able to work for over a year and a half, this is so exciting for me.  Will be a little rough working 5 hr days 5 days a week with a hefty commute at first, but afterwards it'll pay off.  I can work with no pants on!  (JK I always wear pants in the house because I don't want cat hair on my hiney)

 

Tonight I am going to roast a giant pork tenderloin from the stockpile I got for 25% off, with carrots and potatoes on the side.  It'll give us some leftovers for lunches.

Topless? You didn't mention wearing a shirt. If course working in your jammys is nice

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Topless? You didn't mention wearing a shirt. If course working in your jammys is nice

I totally plan on working in my jammies with unbrushed teeth and hair, LOL

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congratulations, laura :) :) :)  good for you!

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Congratulations Laura...I do believe advancement is on the horizon if you are showing up with no pants on ;)

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Oh god you people make me want cheesy food now! LOL!  Addy, I, too, love bargain shopping.  When it comes to non-necessities and clothes, I basically refuse to pay full price.

 

I have been in the interview process for a job where I train at the office for 2 months then work from home taking calls for a major company.  I checked my application status online and it says I will be getting an offer in a few days!  It will be 20 hours a week, perfect hours for me, and I can work more hours when I don't have to deal with a commute or physical limitations.  I don't want to tell friends and family until it is official but I can spill the beans to y'all :D  I haven't been able to work for over a year and a half, this is so exciting for me.  Will be a little rough working 5 hr days 5 days a week with a hefty commute at first, but afterwards it'll pay off.  I can work with no pants on!  (JK I always wear pants in the house because I don't want cat hair on my hiney)

 

Tonight I am going to roast a giant pork tenderloin from the stockpile I got for 25% off, with carrots and potatoes on the side.  It'll give us some leftovers for lunches.

 

Gratz!!! I love working for myself. I set my own hours and "show up" (which means walking to another room) to work most days in jammies. Things I wouldn't get the mail in. So liberating. Enjoy! :D

 

Great deals today. I picked up a few baskets to make liners for. Found 3 new stuffed giraffes to add to my giraffe sanctuary in the bedroom. Got two new cast iron pans to do. And at Big Lots I found Wise brand potato chips. They're made in the town I grew up in and aren't usually distributed this far west, or much of anywhere really. SO EXCITED!!! Gonna make some dip and stay up all night tonight watching tv with my husband and binging. :ph34r: Now it's off for gelato then a movie. ^_^

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Congratulations Laura...I do believe advancement is on the horizon if you are showing up with no pants on ;)

And I was happy I get to go to work in whatever I want.......even a t-shirt (with a smarta** quote on it) and jeans......now I'm just jealous!

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And I was happy I get to go to work in whatever I want.......even a t-shirt (with a smarta** quote on it) and jeans......now I'm just jealous!

 

Right?  I no longer get to work in my business attire, but am jealous of your jeans and smartass t's  -- the rest of the forum we try to mind our potty mouths, but in the dinner thread you will find a few words more colorful than ass ;)

 

Country Ribs

Rice

Roasted Asparagus with almonds slices -- have recently discovered that the sliced almonds are lovely sprinkled over the rice too :)

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PS...cooled a bit here...so off to spread my type of sunshine to the folks and a few others in need.

 

I've invited a couple new peeps to the dinner thread...hoping they pop their heads in to say hello.

 

Dinner Peep Roll Call today -- What's for Dinner? :wub:

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I have a pork roast thawing that may be ready today. If it isn't we'll have chili. If it is, I'll make fried garlic green beans, ancho chili tater wedges and of coarse... rotisserie the roast. I like a garlic rosemary rub. I went put today and got some fabric for basket liners for $1 a yard! Yay!!! And I'm gonna go pick up a DDR dance pad for $5. I've been looking for one for months, I have the game and xbox but no pad. I'm super excited.

Down side to binge watching tv. We finished both seasons of Orange is the New Black in a week. Now what are we gonna watch? I'll have to find something new or maybe we'll rewatch all of MLP.

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I have a pork roast thawing that may be ready today. If it isn't we'll have chili. If it is, I'll make fried garlic green beans, ancho chili tater wedges and of coarse... rotisserie the roast. I like a garlic rosemary rub. I went put today and got some fabric for basket liners for $1 a yard! Yay!!! And I'm gonna go pick up a DDR dance pad for $5. I've been looking for one for months, I have the game and xbox but no pad. I'm super excited.

Down side to binge watching tv. We finished both seasons of Orange is the New Black in a week. Now what are we gonna watch? I'll have to find something new or maybe we'll rewatch all of MLP.

Was happy when I finished the new season of OITNB until I realized I now have to wait even longer until the next season....doh!

Btw...where does one find three giraffes in one day...I am on the lookout for one myself for my little backyard project.

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Down side to binge watching tv. We finished both seasons of Orange is the New Black in a week. Now what are we gonna watch? I'll have to find something new or maybe we'll rewatch all of MLP.

 

Finished all of Mad Men---yes , all 6 full seasons and half of this one....

 

Sons of Anarchy is my new addiction. 

 

 WED.....pork ragout with tagliatelle

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We find stuffed giraffes with the stuffed animals at the thrift shops. We have Savers and DI here. Back home we had Salvation Army. Those types of stores. I also picked up 3 baskets to make liners for at $1 a piece. I have a real thing for baskets. I'm super excited. I may have to start using them for my giraffes because my baby cradle (the one my dad made for me for my first Christmas, still have it :wub:) is full to overflowing and there are giraffes all over the place. There isn't room for all of them. It's a regular giraffe disaster area in the bedroom. They're on every surface, even spilled onto the floor because I'm out of room. Baskets will help. :ph34r:

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We find stuffed giraffes with the stuffed animals at the thrift shops. We have Savers and DI here. Back home we had Salvation Army. Those types of stores. I also picked up 3 baskets to make liners for at $1 a piece. I have a real thing for baskets. I'm super excited. I may have to start using them for my giraffes because my baby cradle (the one my dad made for me for my first Christmas, still have it :wub:) is full to overflowing and there are giraffes all over the place. There isn't room for all of them. It's a regular giraffe disaster area in the bedroom. They're on every surface, even spilled onto the floor because I'm out of room. Baskets will help. :ph34r:

My new bedroom seems to have bees multiplying ;)

Was never a big fan of them, but since they've been dying off they are my new favorite cause!

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My new bedroom seems to have bees multiplying ;)

Was never a big fan of them, but since they've been dying off they are my new favorite cause!

 

Bees? Not a fan unless they're making me sweet, sweet honey. :lol:

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I got those awesome new kitchen knives from my husband for Christmas. Since then I've used them probably every day and everything has gone well, even though they're probably sharp enough to cut to the bone in a blink. Well... until tonight. :ph34r: I knew it would eventually happen. I was cutting our roast for dinner, using a knife that's long and skinny and with a narrow point. I slid it in behind the fork to hold the roast down so I could move the fork and sort of, um, slid it right into my finger. Probably a whole 1/4 inch in. That sucker BLED! But I washed up, put a bandaid on tight enough to make it stop and got on with getting my dinner.

 

Happy thoughts though. We ran back out to the store to grab another DDR pad so we can play together. (For $5 why not?) We were on our way into the store discussing what to watch now and he says "I guess we could maybe watch Dr. Who." I grabbed his arm, looked straight at him and said "I've never been more in love with you than I am right now." He was less amused than me. :lol: At least we have something to watch. And dinner was delicious and I didn't even bleed all over it. :D

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Oh No Addy!!!!  *Gives you a bandaid*  Stop being like me and demonstrating the un-safety of kitchen knives!  LOL!  At least you don't need stitches.  I keep disposable gloves in my house for when I cut myself and still need to cook.  I also handle raw poultry with them. 

 

Tonight for dinner is gonna be leftovers!  The most gourmet dinner of them all!

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This is probably why my husband won't let me have my mandoline. He says crap about how they're not safe blah blah blah. I'm like they're fine, as long as you follow the instructions and use them properly. I'll probalby promptly slice the end of a finger off when I finally get one.  :lol:

 

Tonight will be leftover pork roast. We didn't get our potatoes last night because I wasn't thinking and am reseasoning a cast iron pan and the oven was being used for that. So, tonight we'll have our wedges. Last night we settled for fries for him and sweet potato hash browns for me. Very yummy!  ^_^

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i found 'rye' bread at the kroger.  i was all like:  "MINE."  like those seagulls on finding nemo -  (honestly, i say it out loud.  people think i'm insane lolz)  

 

rueben sammiches, pot cheeze and pickles :)

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i found 'rye' bread at the kroger.  i was all like:  "MINE."  like those seagulls on finding nemo -  (honestly, i say it out loud.  people think i'm insane lolz)  

 

rueben sammiches, pot cheeze and pickles :)

 

After the first time I had a gluten-free pizza from Costco they didn't have any more for a couple months, but I kept checking every time we went. Finally one afternoon we went around the corner and I saw them immediately halfway up the aisle. I yelled "ohmygawd pizza!!!" and sprinted to them and grabbed one out of the freezer. People were looking at me funny. I still don't care. :D

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Wait---I can eat Rye bread???  How about Pumpernickel??  or did you find gluten free versions of those??  I'm not a huge bread fan to begin with but I LOVE pumpernickel bread!!

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Tonight will be leftover pork roast. 

Get out of my head, that is what I am having, too!!!  Also if you 100% always use the hand guard, a mandoline is safer than trying to slice things with precision and a knife.  Use that argument to get the hubs to cave!

 

i found 'rye' bread at the kroger.  i was all like:  "MINE."  like those seagulls on finding nemo -  (honestly, i say it out loud.  people think i'm insane lolz)  

 

I saw them immediately halfway up the aisle. I yelled "ohmygawd pizza!!!" and sprinted to them and grabbed one out of the freezer. People were looking at me funny. I still don't care. :D

 

I, too, will squeal with joy, jump up and down, do the happy gasp thing.  I don't care, I am happy!  LOL  I also loudly grumble with disdain if the grocery stockers have stuck the gluteny version of a gluten-free product in its spot on the shelf!

 

Wait---I can eat Rye bread???  How about Pumpernickel??  or did you find gluten free versions of those??  I'm not a huge bread fan to begin with but I LOVE pumpernickel bread!!

Noooooooooo!  When she put it in quotes, she was implying it is fake rye.  But I totally understand the confusion there :wacko: .  Kind of like, I like the Rudis Multigrain bread, and I still call it wheat bread.  Because that is what it mimicks.  There are a few companies who make gluten-free mock-rye bread, I have had Schar's, it is great for deli style sammiches!

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