Well, the address book is here, but it's too large. It's taking the last of my purse room. I can barely snap it shut. So, the smaller ones are needed.
As for the other book, I wish that the old one would show up, but it hasn't. I'm essentially starting from scratch. Rats.
Unfortunately, so many things that we use are so specific. Either because of allergies, or, like our bulbs, because the new fixtures in this house are specific as to size and type. Apparently, the new rules/laws (?) require only a certain amount of amps (watts?) per section of wiring.
When they inspect your home, you can only have what they can hypothetically have in each fixture. You may only want a 50 watt bulb per fixture, but because each can take a 100 watt bulb, they will only let you have the number of fixtures that can equal the max for each section, no matter what your intent is.
So, I an asking Ds what I can use in various areas, and jotting it down for when I do need to know it again. Even if I stock up, I will need to know this again one of these days, and don't want to trust my memory.
Anyway, it's kind of a lot to remember once I count foods, everyone's clothing, etc. I actually do remember a surprising amount of it, but not 100%, so....!
Yes, thank you, the almond from the box was a surprise. Just when you become complacent, something happens!
That makes sense. I hope that he finds a desk lamp that you'll love.
Are you floating the eggs?
That's great! :-) I used to sell eggs also. Then, after I paid back the feed money, I put the profit into a special wallet that my Dfil gave me, and that was my 'egg money!' :-) Yes, everyone loves good, fresh eggs!
We have what's called 'valley grass hay' here. It's grown...around the valley, lol! It will bring in seeds from all types of plants that you don't want to take hold, but, if you needed goat food, and didn't have it for any reason, it was only $3. a bale. Now, it's selling locally, in stores, for $10 + a bale!
We fed alfalfa, but our pastures were also pretty good. We have an oat mix which sheep and goats love, and thrive on.
We talk about how far from our abilities of even just a few years ago that we are, too. It seems that you lose musculature practically overnight, and with it, a good amount of your former strength. I'm not sure if it can be prevented, or not. Delayed, maybe.
Darn about the printer ink! (That's another thing that I put into my book...type etc. of ink that my printer uses, so that I can get more when needed.) What a mess it sounds like that you have to get through. I don't envy you the task.
Good luck with your calls.
April does sound like more than usual, but it would be so nice to have the bamboo over the fence, and a washer.
I really appreciate the auto ship savings, too.
Have a nice rest of the weekend, and coming week!
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