Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
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Just chickens and babies

I picked up a package of Trader Joe's Just Chicken on Saturday. It's what appears to be what you get when cut all the meat off of the breasts and maybe a wing or two of one chicken.

I had two (very delicious) sliced chicken sandwiches from it earlier in the week. Then today I made 3 pot pies and enough chicken salad for two lunches. I don't remember what it cost but what ever it was, I feel like I got my money's worth.

I'm having one of the pot pies for dinner and I hope it's at least half as good as I think it will be. Chicken, onions, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, chicken broth, cream, rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper and a little all purpose flour. I think it will be perfection so I may well be setting myself up for disappointment.

Speaking of which, the Mariners are losing. Which is amazing even that it is amazing. Could turn, it's only the 5th but still. Losing. Wow. I'm watching TV and the OhSoAnnoyingAnnouncer is being Oh So Annoying. He's usually on radio but occasionally they switch him to TV to remind me how lucky we are to have the regular guy most of the time.

My LJ friends feed this morning is just baby chipper. One friend finally has what looks like to be their first trauma free foster situation with a 3 month old. They found out at 7 am that they would be getting the baby. What a day that must be for them. I'm so delighted for them. That baby is so lucky.

And the very next entry is a picture of a positive pregnancy test from someone who so much wants to be pregnant. Please please please let that test result be correct for her.

(And, by the way, what a miracle it is to me... drug store pregnancy tests. I know they have been around forever but my tubes were tied (MY CHOICE!) before the age of enlightenment.)
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