Well, our house has been inspected and now we are haggling.
It's strange to haggle in this day and age of America buy what you can for the best price.
It's hard to not be offended by their opinions.
...to be embarassed by the stuff we never got to work on.
We had so many plans for this little house
and now we let them go.
Plasticseems so easy to run away from.
I've been pretty good about using my fabric bags.
But, still today I read that article and they poked at the microwave popcorn.
I didn't have a microwave for years,
but I bought my husband one for his birthday when we moved here.
After a while the popcorn seeped in.
Could microwave popcorn really be evil?
My sister and her husband bought a huge TV to play their video games on and watch horror flicks.
They got a free popcorn maker as part of the deal.
A REAL popcorn maker on wheels that you can roll around and charge money for.
We did Jiffy Pop for a snack today.
My kids have never seen Jiffy Pop.
I'm having a hard time finding a non-plastic option for popcorn.
I've read you can microwave popcorn in a brown paper lunch bag.
I'm thinking one of those hang cranked contraptions might work.
Really I think we should eliminate the kitchen and just eat fruits and veggies. My husband won't go for it though.