Saturday, September 20, 2014
A bag of bargains
a Pirate Day, hence the expression.
The cat was the problem. I could not get to the computer where I usually checked in because it is in a room where the cat is not allowed. There is too much trouble for the cat to get into including scratching my Pennario records and eating my tapes.
Ergo, no Weblog. We remedy that today with a trip to the Clinton-Bailey Market.
I went with my friend Jacquetta. As I told her myself, she kind of cramped my style but that is a good thing. Un-cramped, I buy way too much stuff. As it was, I did manage to fill the larder to overflowing. I bought ...
$5 worth of tomatoes, actually a generous basket.
$3 for beets with greens attached. That is a treat I love.
$3 for cauliflower.
$2 for a big Savoy cabbage.
$2 for a green cabbage. I am always eating cabbage for I am a kraut.
$2.50 worth of apples. Meaning, I split a half bushel ($5) with Jacquetta. They are an apple I do not know if I have mentioned yet. They are Honeycrisp!
And they are delicious. I picked one out of the sack and then Jacquetta did and we were munching these Honeycrisps for the next hour or something. One apple is a meal!
I packed a lot of this haul into a red Savers bag and brought it home and as soon as I unpacked, the cat crawled in. He is our bargain cat and so he crawled into the bargain bag! That is our orange Tom at the top of the post. I caught him yawning.
The cat then lay down in the depths of the Savers bag and let it close over his head. And he went to sleep. And I worked on my book. Peace!
And catch-up time.