Monday, January 19, 2015

Ding Dong Done

We just finished Tim's office. Now he can run his printing press on one side, as he draws maps, on the other.

Not too shabby.

The answer to Friday's Question was, organic yellow corn tortilla chips. Aldi sells them and for not being homemade, these little crispy treats are pretty good.

If you played, please enjoy your three ice cubes, two pipe cleaners, and a great BIG bag of dust.

As for us, we're enjoying our three-day weekend. Awake all kinds of hours, got dial-out dinner, and today, with any luck, we'll have a great big fat snow storm, and a freshly baked batch of homemade bagels. But for now, we're headed to watch Ghost Adventures.

Ah, the good life.



48 comments:

  1. Enjoy your three day weekend! I'm enjoy mine. If you could also share the snow, that would be awesome.
    Glad Tim's office is all set up.

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    1. Glad you're enjoying yours. No movies this weekend?

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  2. Sounds like a great time over at your place. Enjoy! If we get any snow, I'll send it right over!

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    1. Thanks. We only got a little bit.

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  3. They look good! Great for gluten free diets too. Have a great day off, reminds me my sister gets her cast on tomorrow, she had broken her ankle.

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    1. I recall her breaking her ankle. How long in the cast?

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    2. 3 months I think, I should double check.

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  4. Snow of course is the best weather you can ask for.

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    1. And more so, if we don't have to drive anywhere. Loved the frozen branches on your post last night.

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    2. I wouldn't mind it if we didn't have to go outside until spring.

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    3. Is winter your least favorite?

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  5. That sound lovely. I love warm homemade stuff on a snowy day.

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    1. How goes the bakes over at your place?

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  6. I'm all cozy with a fire going today. It's great to stay home after doing a lot of driving.

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  7. I never tried those kind of chips

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  8. It all sounds great but the snow. Had enough of that already! ENJOY!

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  9. I'm sure our Aldi hasn't these chips! It all depends where you live, what is in the shop! There is a big difference for example between a Belgian and German Aldi!
    But it was a good mistery post! Thank you!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. I agree about the Aldi - we have a local one and then others about and they're different. Even in how clean or not clean, they are.

      Ours got new management and that's made a huge difference.

      Do you shop in yours often?

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    2. Yes every week. We buy mostly things that you can keep long! For fresh food we always to a shop called Delhaize!

      Greetings
      Peter

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    3. I've not heard of Delhaize, and I'm not sure how it's pronounced, but it looks like a fun word/name.

      Our Aldi carries a lot of good produce, though that wasn't the case with the last manager. This new guy though, he runs a great ship.

      Does your Aldi get lots of different items in? Ours does. Makes it fun.

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    4. Two times a week they come with special offers that aren't in the normal assortiment! Fun, but also dangerous. Mostly you buys things you don't really need. ;-)
      Delhaize is only known in Belgium I think!

      Greetings
      Peter

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    5. It helps that I'm on a budget to save for a second car. Makes those fun and dangerous new items, less appealing.

      Thanks bunches for stopping by. Fun chatting with you.

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  10. Yea ! I guessed one !
    yum but I don't eat pre made chips I use the corn tortillas and make my own.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Yeppers, homemade is best. Agreed. Congrats on all the crappy prizes. Now that we finished the office all the way, I've got an extra big bag of dust for you.

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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    2. Send the dust, It wouldn't even be noticeable.
      I live in Tucson everything is covered in dust.
      Bring it on sister !
      Still can't believe I knew what that was.
      I for 100 yea haw !
      hahahahahahahahahaha

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    3. I would be a puffed up allergy snot-filled mess, if I were there.

      How goes the Square Ones, today?

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    1. Well worth the late nights.

      How goes you?

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  12. Damn, and I really needed those pipe cleaners!

    Congrats on the new office - always a good feeling to finish a project!

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    1. Good news, I have a few extra just for you. Teleporting them in 3, 2, 1 ...

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  13. You do know how to live the goodlife!

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  14. I think I guessed cornbread. Close!

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    1. One big bag of dust, for you.

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  15. I wouldn't have guessed that. It was fun though, trying to figure it out.

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    1. I always enjoy reading the Friday Question, comments. Thanks for playing.

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  16. I was right! Though I called it a taco chip. :-)

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    1. Three crappy prizes, headed your way.

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  17. Good life indeed! :) Sounds like you are getting so much done and enjoying each other at the same time. Sweet!

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    1. Loved seeing your craft room. Super duper fun space, you've got. Does Reg have a music space?

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  18. Indeedy doo!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  19. Ghost adventure?! I see nothing good about snow storms, stay warm!

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    1. Not a fan of the snow? What's your favorite kind of day?

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