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Neighbor is Home

September 5th, 2019 at 06:46 am

My upstairs neighbor is home, and we have communicated by email (he has long work hours) and have made plans to meet and talk on Saturday.

I spent $7 on a loaf of bakery bread yesterday. It is good, but it's made with a mix of whole wheat and regular flour. With my kidney disease, it is better for me to eat white bread, so I am probably better off with the $3 sourdough bread I can get at Jewel. I may check out Panera, too. I eat there pretty often, but haven't bought bread there.

I'm getting ready to take Iggy to the vet, and this afternoon I'm going to take the grandsons to music lessons. Unfortunately I slept very poorly last night due to muscle pain.

I went to the Legs class again, and this time there was one other participant. The trainer took us through some new exercises, and then she told us Friday will be her last day! I know there will be someone to replace her, but I'm kind of feeling like I can just incorporate these new exercises into my routine now. And I will take it easier, because I do not like to hurt this much.

My fridge started making a weird sound yesterday and I figured out it was the evaporator fan. Eventually the sound stopped. The fridge still seems to be working, so I am watching it.

5 Responses to “Neighbor is Home”

  1. crazyliblady Says:

    If you have a Big Lots or Dollar Tree near you, check them out for bread. Our Big Lots and Dollar Tree stores sell bread really cheap, but what you can get is not predictable. So, it's good to buy several loaves when you find something you like.

  2. Lucky Robin Says:

    Look for Naked bread. It comes in plain white and potato bread which are both easier to digest, plus it doesn't have additives and preservatives and tastes really good. I've found it at Safeway, Winco, and our local chain Haggen.

  3. Jenn Says:

    LR, thanks for that tip. I don't know that I've ever seen Naked bread, but I'm going to look. My teenagers turn their noses up at wheat bread or anything with seeds or grainy textures (my favorites!).

  4. Jenn Says:

    Well, no Naked bread for me. It's only in the NW. According to their website, the nearest store is 1,473 miles from me!

  5. CB in the City Says:

    Not for me, either! The weird thing is that I thought I recognized the brand. Oh well.

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