Two boxes of organic Harry and David pears were a lovely and luxurious gift, but now all the pears were getting ripe at once, faster than could be eaten. So I took most of what was left and canned them tonight, and there will be a dozen jars of pear chunks in the pantry to eat later on. Now they can sweeten my morning museli, and each bite will remind me of the dearloves who sent pears to me...
January SMART goals (x=extra)
|#||THINGS MADE||THINGS FIXED||THINGS GONE|
|1||A/C cardigan back||worm bin bedding||bad corduroy|
|2||12 jars canned pears||restring amber Laurel||-|
Today I am grateful for my electric toothbrush. I know it sounds wierd, but it was one of the things I purchased last year, sort of on a whim, having read several times that they really do help keep teeth cleaner... It turns out that I love how my teeth feel after I use it. Like a little massage for my gums, and afterwards the teeth feel all shiny, like after a visit to the dentist. I also love how much easier it is to get the brush around my back teeth, and so I feel like I am doing better at another small aspect of self care. (I will, however, keep some manual toothbrushes on hand in case of power outages/earthquake emergency etc)