I slept in, deciding that the warmest place in the house was in fact, in bed. I got up to pee several times, and took my 9 am meds, and back until Mr Bladder woke me up again.
I was up at 6:30 to heat up the kids taco, but it was still there when I finally got up, so I trashed it. Likely, she was late (again) and raced through the yard and out the gate. I made tacos ahead of time, and pop them in the toaster oven to reheat in hopes that when she stops by the main house on her way to work, the taco is hot enough for her to eat on the go.
She did not take any of the cabbage rolls either for lunch.
I can hardly wait to hear what her excuse is this time.
In sleeping in, I did not nap, and have been suffering through making cauliflower rice. It’s my first attempt, and it failed miserably. I guess I did not cook the cauliflower long enough for it to get soft enough to run through the ricer, so I made a small cauliflower casserole with cream cheese, mayo, cheddar, sour cream, and the whole head of cauliflower, which was partially roasted, then chopped finer.
Damned Keto is getting really tiresome.
I have noticed that my blood sugar is much lower when I do not put a splash of diet Pepsi in my Crowns in the evening…now it’ll be a splash of water, and my BS are running 115 pretty consistently.
I piddled away a bunch of time sorting pennies. huh?
Yep, I heard somewhere that 1982 and earlier pennies were solid copper. After that, they went mostly zinc…so I separated all I had; several pounds. I ended up with a mostly full pint jar of 1982 and earlier pennies.
A nickel used to contain five cents worth of nickel, but now the nickel content exceeds 5 cents worth. I have a stash of a few of those too, but not like some idiots who filled ammo cans with rolls of nickels, and stacked them inside the walls in their homes…geez. And folks thought I was weird.
Such was all I retained from reading Rawles’ website. I did like his book “Patriots” which came out in 2010, I think. Those of you ‘preppers’ who have not read it, I strongly suggest you do so.
I had an issue with him on a post, and have subsequently stopped reading his site now for several years.
There’s plenty of junk silver out there, and I suggest you get a couple pounds…just in case. Pre 1964 coins contain 90% silver, for the most part; except nickels and pennies.
Ebay has lots of sources for junk silver. A troy pound will run you around $450; more or less. A troy pound is 12 standard ounces I believe. It also depends on what denominations you buy. Dimes and quarters, with a few half dollars sprinkled in will give you a little buying power when SHTF.