It was a busy weekend. On Friday I baked several pies for a charity bake sale. And on Saturday, well…
We needed to cut down a line of small trees by our driveway, as several were dead and falling down already. My mom and step-dad took the wood. As the trees were a fair-height and there were about 8 of them, Josh enlisted my step-dad’s help in the project, as well as our friend Brian. We also invited another coworker and his family to come watch the festivities. It was truly a feat and I’m sure that all the guys are duly sore now with all the lifting—luckily, no human limbs, dogs, fences, vehicles or power lines were harmed during the making of this blog entry.
To reward everyone for their help, I planned out a big work-party feast, which, I admit, was partially inspired by a trip to Costco. Ah, Costco–is there nothing it can’t do?
And I’m totally serious on this one. Josh and I were doing our monthly bulk-shopping trip when we stumbled upon the deal of a lifetime in the meat department—14 pounds of pork shoulder. For $20. 14 pounds. Twenty dollars. And lo, the Heavenly Choirs of Angels did exclaim in one voice: “Holy s***! That is a great deal!” (They probably didn’t say that—but they would, if angels ate regular food…or shopped at Costco.) Continue reading