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These Milk Chocolate Mini bars taste funny. A little fruity. Is that normal? I've now sampled several from the same package and can confirm that they all have the same, slightly fruity flavor. I think perhaps it would be wise to compare them to a different package in order to ensure a wider product sampling.
Really, it's been a good philatelic year here in the USA, don't you think? (Please tell me you're not still using just the ol' same vending machine-issued flags and Liberty Bells. Please, oh please...)
So, what's your vote? Tell me your pick and I'll tell you mine!
I've been wanting... planning... intending, to hang this picture on this wall since I moved here. But the picture frame had 'teeth', not a wire. And right in the middle of this wall space is the fuse box -- which sticks out from the wall. And so a wired frame is required to hang something there, not teeth. A simple adjustment to wire the frame, right? And I've had ALL the supplies to do it.
Plus, it's an excuse to use the power drill.
And any reason to use the power drill about the house is usually a good thing, in my book.
So. Time it took to actually get it done?
Uh, three years.
So, what household projects have you had laying around for simply ages? Go ahead - confess share one... I'm sure it will make me feel a teensy-bit better about having taken three years to do a 5 minute job. LOL!
Here's proof that that I work with some truly amazing people:
Several weeks ago, I was introduced to a new colleague who was visiting from The Netherlands. We had a brief, but cheerful chat about working together in the future, how she was enjoying her visit to the USA, and my last visit to her beautiful country. Five minutes, maybe seven - tops. I happened to mention that I needed to visit The Netherlands again soon, as my favorite Dutch mustard was almost gone. I know -- of all the reasons to visit a country... because I need more mustard? LOL! We had a good laugh at that.
Flash forward to October... she's back in the U.S. for a customer visit and guess what I discover on my desk one morning? A beautiful jar of her favorite Dutch mustard!
Now that is one thoughtful colleague, don't you agree? I work with some truly awesome people.