With the start of the new year I have once again decided that it’s time to clean house. Last night I made the first, rather weak volley in this endeavor by moving some items from house back into car. One of the items (as a set) that I put into the car was empty growler bottles that I plan to have refilled tonight during my first trip to My Friend’s Growler Shop in Grant Park / Cabbagetown. While I have no idea whose shop this really is they are close to East Atlanta and appear to have a nice selection of beers to be put into growlers. I have once again decided to target rooms in my cleanup / clean out endeavor. Tonight I will work on the dining room because, truth be told, it’s one of the easiest targets in the house.
Cooking Is Fun(damental)
Ha! The Mac tried to autocorrect “damental” to “demential”.
Along with (eventually) getting exercise one of my other plans for life changes is to cook again. Last night I made a boxed Butter Chicken (think Indian food) which was quite pleasant. I figure that along with saving a few bucks here and there I will probably not eat as much by cooking at home. I also plan to bring leftovers into work for lunches in order to repeat the benefits while at work.
I’m Getting Hitched!
No, no, I’m not getting married.
Yesterday I put an order in with eTrailer for a tow hitch for the Mazda. I probably could have gotten away with shoving a bike into the trunk for a little while, but since I’m currently accustom to spending money (and think of all the money I will save by eating at home!) I decided to pull the purchase trigger on one sooner than later.
DON’T BULLY! BE NICE TO OTHERS!
I saw this message on an elementary school sign. Does anyone else consider this message ironic because it’s in all caps and has exclamation points, which make it seem as if it’s bullying kids into not being bullies?