ramblings of a stay at home momma who works 2 jobs and loves on 3 kiddos and is married to 1 superman
I always seem to have:1. Juice2. Pediasure3. ButterNothing too exciting here either. I can't even say I always have milk, because I was out for almost a week before my lazy self got to the store to get it yesterday.
1. With 4 boys (two teenagers), we always have an average of 3 gallons of milk each 3-4 days....yeah that means 8 gallons a week!!!2. butter3. Ranch
1. Milk2. Pickles3. Diet Dr. PepperI might need a nutritional makeover!!
Old food!!! My niece cleaned out my fridge while we were away...she said she threw out lots of outdated stuff. I always have Lactaid milk(signs of getting old), yogurt smoothies for my grandson, string cheese, organic pb, jelly...nothing very exciting. Guess I should do a survey and see what's hiding in the back!
1.Ketchup for you know who2. 2-3 kinds of mustard3. cheese4. usually something old unless you or your sister have been here recently :)
Since my computer has been "down" im still wanting to comment on your last blog about the infamous Christmas-eve candelight service program catching on fire. I look over from a few seats down and there is (we aren't nameing names??) trying to fight her own small fire right there in the pew. I thought I was going to implode from holding in my laughter as the father of this person (we still aren't naming names???) stomps out the burning bush ( I mean bulletin) on the floor. Now, this has been a few years, so I hope Im telling this story correctly, but boy did that Christmas eve service leave a page in my memory!! what a HOOT. aunt lisa
In the fridge - 1. grapes - usually NOT fresh2. sour cream - we buy it by the quart around here3. cream cheese
1. milk2. yogart drinks for the kids (I secretly think they're gross, but they adore them so! :o) )3. seedless red grapesIt seems like the refrigerator empties out more than before kids...hmmmmmmmmm! I'm not sure if it's because they eat so much or that my hubby and I haven't eating fancy restaurant dinners since having them! :o) They're a million percent worth it though!!! :-)Love,Quiltermama
1. milk (unless it is Thursday or Friday)2. Chuck E Cheese String Cheese (used to cost less than $3, with a coupon on the back for $3 in free tokens...now it comes out to a little over $3 with $3 in tokens)3. Apple Juice- Kalea CAN'T LIVE (said very dramatically) without a daily glass of apple juice
Ouch...Jamee...the red font hurts my eyes.Things in my fridge?1. Apple Juice2. Chocolate Syrup/Milk3. Leftover food.
Remember that Charlie & I are empty-nesters...1. Organic milk (usually whole milk - so delicious!)2. Sweetwater Valley sharp cheddar cheese (made on a family farm in east Tennessee; the best cheese we've ever eaten)3. Beer
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