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March 23rd, 2018 at 01:17 pm

I took the boys to music lessons yesterday. They were hungry for dinner afterwards, and I knew DIL was busy packing for their vacation, so I offered to take them to McDonalds. We got into heavy traffic, and then I noticed we could get off the main road and stop at a Culver's instead. Culver's is, of course, much better than McDonalds, but more expensive, too. The bill for the three of us was $19. Oh well, my son and DIL do so many things for me, I can't whine about it.

We are tentatively planning to meet for supper somewhere tonight, before they leave town, but with a snow warning, I wouldn't be surprised if they decide to get on the road earlier.

I washed the sheets and mattress cover again yesterday. Iggy threw up again. I'm wondering if I should cut out the dry food (because I see it in the vomit), though I'm sure he would drive me crazy begging for it all the time. He eats very little wet food. If I put out more than a spoonful it just dries up in the bowl. But maybe if there was no dry food available, he would eat it. I am almost at the bottom of a bag of dry food, so I may just try it out when the bag empties.

Variables are at 86%, with five days to go.

6 Responses to “Culver's”

  1. AnotherReader Says:

    What dry food are you feeding? Getting corn and wheat out of the diet is usually very helpful. You might try switching to a grain free food. I was able to cut the vomiting down to almost nothing and get less waste product with mine by switching. I prefer Before Grain, but I think it only comes in large bags.

  2. CB in the City Says:

    Thanks, that's a good idea!

  3. merlee Says:

    Culver's in our area will allow anyone to buy the children's meal, and we frequently do this. They have several different items you can get, but we usually get chicken tenders with fries. The meal has a coupon for a small ice cream when you are done. We are currently paying a little over $5.00 per meal. We do this every once in a while for an outing.

  4. CB in the City Says:

    Hmmmm.... I didn't know that! I'll have to check it out!

  5. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    If you buy food from Petco and it doesn't go over, you can return it for a refund. I've done that - bought a grain free food that 3 of our cats would barely nibble ..

  6. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    PetSmart probably has a similar policy

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