@Wife to my business associates, but you can call me
2nd pnut with 137 believers, 195 found worthy, 341 trackers. Listen to the gossip.
Proud member of the Mystery Science Club 📡.
Human in America/Chicago.
Fights the good fight.
Cooking, baking, kids, boardgames, gardening, and nonsense.
Shiny is better. ⇄
Probably should have taken my iron before grocery shopping, I want to buy alllll the meats.
@Kabuku it’s a Covid thing for them, but still frustrating. Especially because they sent an email saying my preorder was ready for pickup— with no mention of the hours :/
And it’s only on Wed/Thur
*every other day they open at 11*
The library doesn’t open until 1pm today!?!
Super frustrating to discover that after packing all the kids in to the car.
I’m always a little conflicted about using my favorite mug, because I don’t want it to break. But I mostly don’t see a point in keeping functional things around without being used.
I’ve been informed that this is Wednesday. Good to know.
@Caliban87 Do it. What's stopping you?
@Kabuku sounds like a winning combo.
When life gives you cauliflower, make curry.
@33MHz better a heel than a cad! Or something like that...
cookie jar (i)
I need to get this bread in the oven, because I can’t eat the heel till I bake it.
Lunch, nap time, appointment, more school, then dinner. Where Does time go?
I am "That person" who is constantly eating and drinking in Zoom meetings.
@joe everyone builds up their own boating-scavenging empire- and if you choose to later on you can switch to building a floating city and be on the merchandising end of transactions.
@jacobrealo Catan is not the first game to use hexagonal tiles, but it's definitely the game that popularized the use! This is what's sometimes called a "point salad", and uses lots of popular game mechanics, to appeal to a wide variety of player styles.
Merry Talk Like A Pirate Day ye scurvy bumpkins!
@Kabuku I need to do banana bread soon. It's so good.
You gave up too much to turn back now. ⇄