Sunday, December 13, 2009.
Notes to Self:
1) When buying ice cream, don’t be in a hurry. If you aren’t careful, you might end up buying black sesame and cheese flavored ice cream bars instead of the chocolate and pineapple flavors you intended.
2) No need to make dinner on a Sunday evening. Just call up the corner restaurant and have a full dinner for six delivered for $7.25.
3) Cheap China-made strings of Christmas lights are readily available in China. But the lights mass-produced here for the Wal-Mart customers abroad are evidently the high quality ones. You don’t think so? Just try the ones available in the stores here. Worthless. I’m wishing we’d brought the “coals to Newcastle”.
4) I can make gingerbread for the holidays! David found ONE jar of molasses in a little import store today! First time we’ve ever seen it for sale here. Granted, it cost almost as much as the aforementioned dinner…