Sun Oct 7th, 2018
|09:44 pm - Thanksgiving|
Is it sad that my main accomplishment this grey cold drizzly holiday weekend was to assemble and use my Swifter Wetjet? But it *was* an accomplishment for gadget-phobic me. I bought it because the squeegee mop I clean the kitchen floor with gets dirty and disgusting and can't be cleaned itself, or not well. Ditto the broom I sweep with, and the Dirt devil vacuum is only slightly efficient for sucking up dust etc. A swifter uses a clean pad each time- wasteful, but at least not just spreading the grunge around more.
So I washed the kitchen floor at last, which is now marginally cleaner than it was. But still not *clean*. That I think requires some 'down on the ground with a brush' work. And afterwards- frankly, a cloth wrapped around the squeegee actually washes better, and can be washed itself, and doesn't smell of Swifter cleaner.
I roasted turkey thighs this afternoon because the super had no turkey breast. Turns out turkey thighs are better: moister and tasting more like turkey and providing more gravy, where turkey breast is always dry. So I had turkey and mashed potatoes and gravy for dinner, and call myself content.
In thankful news, the pharmacy has tylenol and codeine in again, in small doses- bottles of 30. Shall not resume my habit of before but am glad to have it on hand at need. Oh, and in 'check your drawers periodically' time, I discover that I bought two headlamp sets when the dollar store closed and the second one is sitting in a kitchen drawer. So that's me set for the dark again.
|Date:||October 8th, 2018 03:05 am (UTC)|| |
Oh man, wins all around this weekend. I agree that mopping is a poor substitute for scrubbing floors, mopping just pushes the dirt around. I'm super happy that you like the turkey thighs! And that you have tylenol/codine again!
Mopping must do until knees stop hurting, but as knees weren't hurting too much today I did scrub a portion of the floor. Scrubbing and bleach do wonders for old linoleum. So I win again.
But yes, am indeed grateful for the codeine's return.
Happy Thanksgiving, Neighbor to the North! :-)
Thank you. Though it would be nice if we got a holiday in November as well...