It’s a really hot spring day today in north Texas … 93° with lots of bright sunshine and gusty winds. I’m comfortably situated in the study horsing around with the Howdygram and Sam is working his way through the the Dairy Queen drive-thru buying an “extremely chocolate Blizzard” (his words exactly). I didn’t go with him because DIABETES. Also there was zero motivation to wear shoes and a brassiere.
Hey. Has anybody tried Amazon’s cool new Prime Pantry service? You get to buy all kinds of typical grocery store products — i.e., food, snacks, personal care, household products, pet food, beverages — in typical grocery store sizes (one can or one jar instead of a whole case or six at a time) and at typical grocery store prices. Below is the description from Amazon’s website:
Prime Pantry is a new shopping experience on Amazon.com. Prime members can shop popular household essentials and have them delivered conveniently.
This, dear readers, is a housebound senior citizen’s dream. (If they’d also deliver two-liter bottles of Coke Zero my life would be FREAKIN’ PERFECT.) I placed my premier Prime Pantry order first thing this morning and it could be delivered as soon as TOMORROW. Here’s some of the crapola in my very first pantry box. Oh boy, right?
JIGSAW PUZZLE WEBSITE where you can do hundreds of different puzzles with a huge menu of cool options, such as how many pieces, classic or fancy shapes and so on. For the record, Sam is addicted to this but I’m NOT. I’ve never been a fan of tedious frustration. Jigsaw puzzles make me want to beat the crap out of somebody with my cane.
It’s already 7 p.m. so maybe I should heat up some leftovers for dinner. I love leftovers. Thank you for reading this.