Can you believe that it is the last week of school?? This year already has been flying.
Started my "green cleaning". I used baking soda to scrub my bathroom sink and vanity. I also used a half cup baking soda and a half cup vinegar down the drain. That is the fastest the drain has ran since we moved here. I plan on doing this every Monday. I like that there is no residue left and no cloud of chemical smell. The vinegar smell left fairly quickly.
I even put vinegar in with my towels that I washed today. I am skipping the dryer sheet so that the towel will be more absorbent.
I bought a reusable bag at each of the stores that I shopped at over the weekend. I am trying to cut back on the tower of plastic bags that we have to corral. I got a great one with a rooster on it. It is nice because I can wipe it off with a towel and even wash it with a little soap if I have to.
George is teasing me that I am going green. I am just trying to save a few dollars and have a less toxic home. I am not becoming a tree hugger or a vegan. Not that it is a bad thing, but it isn't for me. I want Bri to have a healthier life. I told him that I wasn't ready to chain myself to a tree yet. LOL
I got a heck of a deal. When I went to Krogers, the organic milk was on clearance. Organic isn't very popular here. So I got organic milk for 2.99 a gallon. I was very happy. It does taste so much better. But I can't see 5.99 a gallon. Bri likes the organic singles. They are about a dollar a piece, so I do that.
Well, I am planning on making raspberry bars this afternoon. It is a boxed mix, but they are so good and easy. I am looking for my bread machine. I got it in Ohio right before we moved. I have never used it, so I am wanting to try it. I saw a mix for sourdough and that is George's favorite. So I think I want to try it. He loves potato bread too. I will be a baking fool once I find it and figure out how to work it.