>I’ve been slacking. Again. Despite Vegan Mofo. But, to be fair, Friday night dinner was me slumped on the couch watching the VP debate clutching a bowl of popcorn with nooch and dill. Last night, we had company and I had no oomph to post or take a picture with a belly full of calabacitas and a brain full of Aliens.
I did, however, get a picture of our Costco run yesterday. When we ran into some friends in Costco, they were amazed to see us there (I guess we don’t seem like the big box types), but, every once in while, we do give into a great American pastime: overindulging at Costco. Since we don’t drive, we have to be careful about how much we buy and yesterday we just managed to fit everything into the trailer–which Josh was gracious enough to pull home. The trailer must’ve weighed 90-100 pounds thanks to 60 pounds of cat litter. But, when you have 3 cats, it’s worth slogging to Costco and back–especially when you have someone else willing to do the slogging–for cheap litter that doesn’t make the cats smell like artificial meadows or some such madness.
What you can’t see under the paper towels and ziplock bags and canvas stretchers and the crockpot is our brand new Vita-Mix. I seldom get excited about anything, but, rounding that corner at Costco, I ran smack dab into a Vita-Mix demo which literally caused me to squeal, do a little hop, and start pointing at it excitedly. Anything that gets that kind of reaction out of me is bound to cost a lot of money and it did. But, we made salsa in it last night and shredded cabbage and I am completely impressed. I immediately put the old blender in the donation bin and stuck the cuisinart in the cupboard, because I think it too may have just been made obsolete.