Monday, April 26, 2010

Um. Unique? Is that bad?

I had someone comment recently that I had a "unique" shopping list.  I guess I don't see why.

Here's this week's list, so far.

bone meal
garden lime
cedar bale
spaghetti sauce
mother's day card

See?  Just a normal list.  When you are me.  Heh.  (I didn't even have my animal feed on it, this time...)


  1. Haha, not too bad, I would say that 90% of our "grocery" list is not for human consumption. Although the one in my head is: bread, milk, eggs, dog food, cat food, kitty litter, toilet paper, laundry soap, then I go from there.

    Mothers Day card - yesterday my DH said, "Happy Mothers Day" and I wondered where THAT came from, when I asked, he simply said he knew it was around this time and the tv was full of ads. Guess he didn't want to forget, LOL!

  2. I don't see a thing wrong with it. What are they talking about? Doesn't everybody have gardening stuff and food on the same list? At least you have a one.

  3. Sharon:

    Heck, I think that's NEXT week's list! :)


  4. Louise:

    I think the one that mentioned it was wondering why I had things like Sluggo, and baled cedar on a "food" list. I agree, she wastes too much paper making several lists, (and I never remember which list I need, if I do it that way...) And at least I have one, yes, indeed, there is a saying around our house, if it's not on the list, it don't exist. It HAS to be written down...



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