Ugh. I just had to get my “mean face” on and try to convince that girl who still hasn’t paid me, to pay me. For the second time. I hate being “mean.” And realize blogging about it probably I isn’t the most mature thing to do, but I’m pretty sure I’m not exploiting her or anything.
Girl, if you are reading (you’re not), please pay me.
I have a habit to support.
I like pumpkin. And I like walnuts. Neither of these mediums are known for being inexpensive. $2.50 a can for pumpkin might not seem like a lot, but it adds up.
Luckily, oats are really cheap.
And I love bananas, figs, and peanut butter. Yes, all together.
Dried figs are expensive!!
Luckily, bananas are really cheap, and I can make my own peanut butter now.
Maybe these would be penny candy back in “the good old days,” but no longer – though I still can’t say 5 cents a piece will put me in the poorhouse. Sarena, you’ve gotten me addicted!
I am loving this bread, and you know what else? Tempeh is pretty inexpensive! I think? I can’t really compare – I haven’t gone ground beef or turkey shopping in a while.
Kale? Kale usually isn’t cheap. And in case you were wondering, girl who still hasn’t paid me, you caused me to burn it as I was writing you a very carefully worded letter, fretting that I would come across as rude.
I also have a pretty serious horse habit that needs supporting.
How can you deny these faces?
And not only that, but I have a wee bit of a cookbook habit.
Check the new additions:
I smell trouble in paradise for Vegaomicon. Will it share the spotlight with Eat, Drink and Be Vegan, or will one ultimately take center stage?
And lastly, I’ll mention the co-op habit. I couldn’t resist new flours this time, and graham and 6-grain flours both made their way into my cart.
It’s okay, though – they were inexpensive.
The lesson we’ve learned: it’s okay if you’re too trusting of people, because in the end, it’s always possible to survive on oatmeal, tempeh, ginger chews, and bananas.
But really – why are healthy things so gosh darn expensive?!
- Those of you who found my little “hidden link” in my last post – thank you for your kind words on my work!! It really means a lot to hear.
- I haven’t had a “baking day” in what seems like ages. I am dying to just get cooking in the kitchen again. Although it probably has a lot to do with the fact that otherwise I’ll have nothing to eat for dinner tomorrow, and am sad to report the finishing of gingerbread muffins.
- I designed “save the date” magnets over and over again today. If anybody’s getting married, I’ll hook you up.
- I must look a lot older than I feel. Yesterday I was asked if I have kids. Whaaa?!
What’s a “habit” of yours?