Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Monday-Tuesday

I told my ninety-year-old aunt I was going walking with a bud. She wanted to know if my bud came in a can.

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I found this at Bath and Body. Do you think they have Boji Stones and Black Opal too?😍
AND...
Riddle me this. (Yes, I'm still bitching grumbling about the cost of apples:) Why are Honey Crisp $2.62 a pound when Delicious are $1.47?

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18 comments:

  1. Yay for feathered friends.
    On the apple front, I saw a new apple last week. A yellow apple (brand name Yello). I bought one to try. One apple cost close to $2. I hope it is delicious.
    Your aunt sounds like a hoot.

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  2. That guy with his chicken is amazing. I am glad to see she is leash trained.

    I guess I'm lucky. I'm not a fan of apples. I guess that is why I have no idea what they cost in the midwest/central plains.

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  3. Love the chicken video. Apples here are relatively cheap, there are orchards all around. Imported fruit is much more expensive. I usually eat the fruit in season as it's the cheapest. Hugs, Valerie

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  4. haha your aunt sounds fun indeed. They will use any excuse to jack anything up.

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  5. A man and his chicken - who knew?
    I don't like red delicious and yes, what's up with them always being far cheaper?

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  6. Honey Crisp is a variety that was bred, is that the right word? at the University of Minnesota. And the apples are huge! At least the ones in my grocery store. So two or three times bigger than the Red Delicious. I'm not a fan of Red Delicious. I don't like the texture and really prefer the tart apples like Granny Smith or MacIntosh. I never thought a chicken could be a pet. That was pretty cool. Have a good week!

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  7. Good question about the apples. Makes pick-your-own look good!

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  8. Yes, I know what you mean about the apples....those expensive apples are over $3 in my neck of the woods and they didn’t even have my favourite, Golden Delicious. That man with the chicken..maybe it’s the reincarnation of his dog. How long do chickens live? I wonder if he brought his chicken to the meat aisle?

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  9. Thanks for stopping by, everyone. Much appreciated. My computer has been hospitalized so I'm keeping things as brief as possible. Luckily, I'd pre-posted.
    Sandra

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  10. CRACKIN UP AT THE FIRST ONE; AND I FEAR THE PRICE OF PRODUCE IS GOING TO GET WORSE; IT WAS A BAD WINTER/SPRING AND IS LOOKING TO BE SO WITH SUMMER ~~~~~~~~

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  11. Supply and demand, nobody wants to eat red del apples.

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  12. I have noticed the price of honey crisps have gone up around here as well. Hopefully, in the fall the price will go down. I think there are just more Red Delicious trees planted.

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  13. Your aunt sounds wonderful :)
    Prices of all foods seem to differ.

    Hope your week is going well.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Maybe Franklin, Penelope, and I need to take some weekend trips.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I meant we need to take weekend trips with a chicken.

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  15. I love your 90 year old aunt! LOL! I will have to look into Bath and body for some gems! LOL! I agree with you on the apples! Nuts, I tell you!! Crazy! I love that chicken! LOL! Big Hugs!

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