Tuesday, May 2, 2017

You're Blocking My Mailbox

You're Blocking My Mailbox

You're blocking my mailbox.
What's wrong with you?
Your mama would say,
"You're being rude."

My mail is important.
Please move your car.
You act like you're some kind of movie star.

You're blocking my mailbox.
Drive down two more feet.
Do the right thing...It would be such a treat.

My mail is important.
This is getting old.
You're nasty like disgusting mold.

You're blocking my mailbox.
What's wrong with you?
Your mama would say,
"You're being rude."

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Shopping Cart Thieves Beware

The last time I went grocery shopping I was amused by the message inside the
shopping cart. It read: WARNING! Attention Shoppers! Shopping cart wheels
may lock unexpectedly if removed from the store. Shopping cart wheels will
lock if taken beyond the parking lot.

It's a shame that some people think stealing shopping carts is OK.

Shopping Cart Thieves Beware

Shopping cart thieves beware
You stole a cart; why don't you care?
A shopping cart is not a seat...
To sit on when you're down the street. 
You rolled the cart into a clothing store.
That's not what grocery carts are for!
The next time that you want to steal...
You might not be able to move the wheels.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Chlorine in Frozen Carrots

I was making split pea soup, and I needed some carrots. Since they were
frozen, I decided to warm them up a little, so I could cut them into small-
er pieces. Once I got them out of the microwave, I begin to cut the carrots
and I started smelling chlorine. I'm thinking to myself... Where is that smell
coming from? It's the carrots. My carrots smell like bleach.

I've always heard that frozen vegetables are just as healthy as fresh ones.
I'm not so sure about that now. Just think, if I had not warmed those carrots
up I would've never known that they were full of chlorine.

According to the Manitoba website, chlorine is used in the food industry on
fruits and vegetables.

Chlorine in My Carrots

I warmed up frozen carrots, 
so I could cut them smaller.

But then the smell that came from them 
just made me want to holler.

They didn't smell like carrots.
In fact they kinda reeked.

I'll tell you what they smelled like...
the scent of chlorine bleach.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Baked Cheese Potatoes Recipe


8 white potatoes thinly sliced

1 large onion chopped and browned

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

4 tablespoons butter cut into small pieces

1 cup milk

1/8 cup shredded Parmesan cheese

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Spray 9x13 dish with non-stick cooking spray.

3. Pour milk into the dish.

4. Layer potatoes, browned onion, salt, pepper, and butter.

5. Once you're done with the layers, sprinkle Parmesan cheese, and
    cheddar cheese over the potatoes.

6. Cover dish with foil and cook for one hour.

* I like to brown the onions in the morning.

  Prep time: 30 minutes

Friday, August 26, 2016

Misleading Packaging

As I walked down the grocery aisle I wasn't looking for pudding, but the
package caught my eye. The clean look of the white packaging and the
flavor...CARAMEL LATTE. I'm gonna have to try this, I thought. But...
being the nerd that I am, I started reading the back of the package.

If this pudding isn't for children, why is it sitting right beside pudding
that is okay for children? Shouldn't the sentence about the children
and the caffeine be on the front of the package instead of the back?
The front of the package has the perfect wording. It brags about the
pudding having milk as the #1 INGREDIENT and how it has NO
PRESERVATIVES. Funny, there's no mention on the front about the
fact that children aren't supposed to eat it.

No matter how good a product looks or sounds, be sure you read the
back of the package as well as the front.