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Manditory Pantry Usage

February 14th, 2007 at 03:19 pm

Well, last night our snow storm turned into an ice storm. I can only open one of my car doors, my trash can is iced over. Today was the scheduled pick up, but they won't be able to get to my trash Smile I tried shoveling my steps again, but the snow is covering about 2 inches of ice and the temperature is still dropping. So I gave that idea up.

I haven't been to the grocery store in over a week, so since I'm stuck in the house, I'm going to have to use up whats in the pantry and fridge. I have a little salad stuff left, and plenty of pasta and tuna fish. So I'll be set.

I get paid at midnight tonight. But I kinda doubt I'll make it to the grocery store even if I make it to work tomorrow. So I'll probably eat the pantry stuff through Friday.

Yesterday, I left work early. I felt a little foolish leaving early, so when I got home I decided to be productive. I cleaned the kitchen, cleaned, dusted and vacuumed the living room & organized a lot of my paperwork. Then I went upstairs and FINALLY put away my clean laundry and cleaned my bedroom.

I'm going to lay around this morning, but this afternoon, I'm going to change my sheets, and finish up the paperwork.

I really need to organize my basement, its like Christmas exploded down there, but I'm putting that off for a while. I REALLY need to be motivated to do that.

3 Responses to “Manditory Pantry Usage”

  1. Lux Living Frugalis Says:

    Good for you getting your stuff organized!

    I have one of those exploded basements myself!

    Let us know what creative recipes you come up with from
    stuff in the cabinets!

    Stay warm.

  2. boomeyers Says:

    Glad your getting so much done!
    Be careful with that ice!

  3. yummy64 Says:

    I find with getting things done that setting the timer and going to the basement(or wherever) and just doing 15 minutes will make a nice start. I usually do either 2 - 15 minute sessions and then 1/2 hour computer time or I alternate 15 minutes of chores and 15 minutes of computer time. I'm amazed at how some jobs around the house take way less time than you'd think so long as you focus and actually do them.

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