BLOW YOUR DOUGH ON THESE HERE THINGIES:
Did you know that it is Shower Liner Season?
What is that?
Well, it’s when I come to the realiztion that it is time to change out the shower liner. It just takes a bit of time. Hence, why I refer to it as a season.
It all starts while showering one day and thinking “Hey. I could use a new shower liner.” I then do this for the next 20 days or so…
Until, I finally breakdown and actually buy said shower curtain liner.
But the season doesn’t end there. I hate hanging shower liners. My arms get really tired doing it. (I know. I know. Poor baby.)
So I put the liner on the bathroom vanity. It stays there for two weeks as if I am showing bathroom guests that “Coming soon! New shower liner! Check out our Facbook page. #theseason.”
Then I muster the courage (sometimes in liquid form) to hang the liner. I start with the first hook, trying to still keep the shower curtain attached… which it doesn’t. As I progress, I come to the realiztion that I have an extra hook.
So I go back on the liner and count the grommets (What a fun word!) and it dawns on me that it wasn’t Lin Shao who made an imperfect curtain. It was me not being able to accomplish a seemingly easy tasks.
Ow. My arms.
Finally, it is all done and I am sweaty. Boy do I need a shower. I jump in, turn the water on, and promptly pass out from the overwhelming smell of plastic.
Until next season,
Way better than in a salad. Serves 6.
No real amounts are given here because it’s really up to you and as many artichoke hearts you use. On the average for each jar, I would say a Teaspoon forall the dried items and a Tablespoon for the Olive Oil.
As many jars of marinated artichoke hearts as your little heart desires.
Garlic and Parsley Combo Spice
A swig of olive oil
Whatcha Gotta Do:
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