We finished up s9 Supernatural last night, although the urgency of watching s10 has been alleviated due to the news that they’ve renewed for an 11th season. I still want to get through to the 200th episode before I get spoiled for it, as I have managed (for once) to be spoiler-free thus far. (Note: never ever allow Sarah Rees Brennan to talk about a TV show you’re both watching but you’re behind on. She’s spoiled me TWICE for The 100, and also for another thing but I can’t remember what right now. :))
Last night, Past Me, who is too familiar with Future Me, had the good sense to take something out of the freezer and put it in the fridge to thaw for dinner tonight. Present Me was surprised and pleased to open the fridge this morning and find the thawing dinner stuff, and several times through the day thought “crap! I need to get something out for dinner–no, wait, I already did!” The result is that we had leftover Thanksgiving dinner tonight. I have to say, being able to pull half a T-Day dinner out of the freezer and whip up some mashed potatoes and gravy to round it all off is really pretty awesome. When we’re done with these leftovers I may get another turkey to roast just to have that kind of meal on hand. The best part, though, was that we also had leftover cranberry bread, made by a friend, that I had cut into quarters and frozen, so that was like the cherry (or cranberry) on top of everything, and it was really, *really* nice. Thanks, Past Me!
There’s something else I’ve thought of several times that I was going to mention, but I can’t remember it when I’m looking at the blog screen. Oh, I know what it was. No wonder I keep forgetting it, it’s not interesting to anybody but me. Just that I had our oil tank filled and it cost about 40% less than it did at this time last year. Pretty big difference. Long may the oil prices drop.
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