Saturday Coffee

It just feels like it’s going to be a great day. The sun is shining, the sky is clear!

I have a ton of stuff to do here in my office but it won’t take much to draw me away.

As I was making coffee, I remembered I had a bag of blueberry muffin mix that I could whip up. And I was just about to do it until I noticed it was over a year expired. In the past, the date of 08/2009 wouldn’t have stopped me but I read a Dear Abby column that said flour-based products are a haven for mold! She said that they should be tossed after expiration because they could cause DEATH from the toxic mold brewing within the mix! Even though that sounds like total BS to me, I don’t want to risk it.

Last night I watched two episodes of Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. Can I tell you how much I love this show? I LOVE THIS SHOW! My favorite part is how they use a cheap digital Dictaphone to catch “EVPs.” It’s the same Dictaphone Pookie Bear bought at Staples a couple years ago. The EVPs they catch rarely sound like anything other than static. The first episode of last night found them in Louisville’s Waverly Hills Sanatorium. They brought out a new tool which was a motion detector. They set it up and moved around it… and surprise… the thing kept going off. They said it was evidence that a spirit was in the room with them. After they left the room, they noted the motion detector STOPPED GOING OFF thus proving that the spirit left the room.

And why does Zak style his hair in such a ridiculous manner? I want to wash the gel out of his hair and take him to a barber who will cut his hair in a more age appropriate style. He could look so much better with just a tiny bit of effort.

1 thought on “Saturday Coffee

  1. Audra

    I heard the mold thing with huge boxes of pancake mix where it is opened, used again and again, and kept past its expiration. But most muffin mixes come sealed in a plastic bag inside, so there wouldn’t be mold spores.

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