I strongly dislike buying paper towel. It is expensive and it creates mountains of trash. To avoid buying it, I got a 24 pack of microfiber towels from Amazon for a paltry $12.
They absorb lots of water and dry quickly. I use them for everything from drying the car to wiping counters, drying dishes, and washing my face (all different cloths, mind you).
But now I have 24 of them.
They can't go in the dryer, so on laundry day I must find a place for them to hang dry.
Isn't it wonderful when you find that you are completely prepared for something unexpected? A couple of weeks ago I assembled a first aid kit for the dogs based on my dog-trainer/groomer-friend's advice. She recommended keeping a bottle of eye wash handy, so I bought one.
Yesterday, Otis started squinting at me.
Otis held very still and after a few tries I was able to flush the offending object out.
Now for a treat....
We are out of cheese! Gasp!
Check the freezer.
I had boiled chicken the night before and poured the stock into ice cube trays and put them in the freezer.
The pugs went wild for them.
Since there is quite a bit of fat in the bouillon, they don't freeze hard like normal ice cubes and crush quickly when chomped on.
We may have found a substitute for cheese!
p.s. Thanks so much for shopping through my Amazon store!