My big excitement for the day this afternoon is driving to pick up Mom then doing our contactless grocery pickup - they put the groceries directly in your trunk (Superstore) and then off we go to Mom's to sort which are her groceries and which are ours.
Is anyone else getting really tired of trying to figure out what to cook? We have been doing takeout about once every 10 days now, it is safe here to do that but both hubby and I are kind of sick of cooking. We were craving steak but the weather turned bad and hubby didn't want to go out so we had oven-roasted sausages and vegetable fried rice last night. Still good but not what we were craving.
And don't even get me started on grocery pickup - most of the time something is incorrect on the order or something super simple like blueberry bagels are not available?!? I want my damn blueberry bagels! Oh well, such is life these days. Thank goodness we work from home and only deal with this on a minute scale. Tonight I am truly hoping they have the pasta and sauce I ordered or supper might be yet another tuna melt (something I am craving right now. If you buy more than 3 of any veggie or fruit expect it to be off by the time you eat it. There has been a learning curve with hubby and him going to the store (other than our big grocery pickups) with $4.99 deli meat and paying $9 for 4 apples of which he was completely appalled by. Yes, our grocery bills have taken a hit but at this point who cares, we are only spending on food and medicine.
Anyway, I have a bunch of medical appointments this week and next so that keeps me busy and oddly sane since that is the only time I leave the house. Today's walk involved dodging too many families and young people so next time we take a different quieter route.
This weekend's plans involve perhaps making a pot of chili with cheese or cornbread and a drive around town to look at Christmas lights. It seems this past weekend many went up in our neighborhood as people try to bring as much warm and joy to their neighborhoods as possible.