I may or may not have eaten it all by myself over the next few days. For breakfast. And at 3 a.m. when I woke up hungry.
2) I called our internet service provider to see what I could do about lowering my monthly bill (we have high-speed net only, no cable or anything else bundled). After 45 minutes, they agreed to credit my account $60 and starting June 1, triple our speed for $10 less a month.
It PAYS to ASK people!
3) I filled out a 10-minute survey from a business I patronized recently in exchange for a $10 Amazon gift cards (given my thirst for reading material, I’ll do most anything for those!) I ordered 4 low-cost ebooks and one print book for nothing. The title of the print book? Eat Well on a Dollar a Day. Now, there’s no way I can do that, given my love of dark chocolate and red meat. But I’m sure I’ll pick up a few principles that will serve me well.
4) I actually remembered to use that $5/25 coupon at a new local Sav-a-Lot grocery store. I don’t like this store nearly as much as ALDI and won’t be shopping there regularly, but it does have great prices and the coupon makes it worth visiting. I found another $5/25 in the free paper delivered on my lawn so Yea.
Now for a fail.
I love cherry tomatoes and eat them on my salads or cut up with meats all the time, but somehow I managed to let 1/2 a pint of them go bad. Wrinkly is ok, moldy and weepy and stinky is not. This is the first bit of food I’ve tossed in weeks.