Unless you consider cream cheese, cheddar cheese and ice cream an actual meal.
I have a very simple method. I keep my grocery list on the refrigerator. During the week I write down the things we have run out of and then the night before I go shopping, I figure out what we will be eating for dinner every night of the next week and then add the items I need for each meal to the list.
Now here's where I should mention that I have horrible handwriting. It was never good. Ever.
And then I took typing in 10th grade and it has only gotten worse.
You can probably see where this is going.
There will always be one item on my list that I can't read. I will get to the end of the list and there will be one thing that isn't crossed off and I will have to stop my cart, scratch my head and try to determine what that item might be.
Usually I can figure it out. I mean, it is my own handwriting after all.
But this week, I stumped myself.
For the life of me, I can't figure out what it is.
It is over in the left hand column which is where I put any items that would be in the produce/fruit/deli section of Wal-Mart.See it there under lettuce? It looks like it starts with an "r" and I can sort of make out an "n" and a "t". But I can't for the life of me figure out what it is. (Sorry for the poor photography.)
I even showed it to my husband after I got home and asked if he could make it out. I was met with scoffing and mocking. "You want me to figure out what's on your list?"
So I'm asking you, my dear friends on the Internet. What is it? What's on my list? Any suggestions?
It's driving me crazy. Normally by now I would have figured it out but it's already been two days and I am stumped. I guess if it's something we really needed, I will have an AH-HA moment right as I am fixing dinner.
But I hate having AH-HA moments when I am in the middle of fixing dinner.
If only I had pretty handwriting like Holly's!
Maybe I should just start typing my grocery lists.