It feels good to have one of my goals for this week checked off.
It feels even better to have that confusing food pantry sorted out!
BEST of all-the sorting made for a planning session of sorts for dinners this week. Homemade potato soup last night, with left overs tonight. Something using marinara later in the week…
I honestly didn’t have much to throw away–lots of old grains and lentils, some flour of the almond and coconut variety that was long past expiration dates on the labels, if there even was one. I tossed some canisters I had in there, and cleaned up a couple others to reuse. Other than canned fruits and veggies, I don’t have much stored in my food pantry. I do have a number of pastas, but I rarely eat them. Mr does, but I don’t, much.
SWITCHING GEARS–TRAFFIC COURT
Tonight, I’m off to traffic court! Not my court hearing, but homework for the real deal. I’ll be observing, getting a feel for the ADA and Judge in this tiny village, and deciding if I want to ask for concessions re: my not-guilty plea, or do I want to go to court and defend myself against the charges. I’ll letcha know how it goes.
THINGS TO BE GRATEFUL FOR…
Today, I’m grateful that we live in a country where we have the opportunity to at least be heard by law enforcement. These guys work together all the time, though, so if I get an impartial hearing it will only be because God was smiling down on me!1
Friends who will do traffic court homework with me!
My recumbent bike!
An A1C of 5.7 without diabetes meds. Woohoo!!!
Have you ever gotten a speeding ticket? Was getting pulled over and ticketed a better or worse experience than cleaning out your food pantry at home? 😉