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Saturday, February 02, 2019

1. Blue Diamond Bold Salt & Vinegar Almonds. SERIOUSLY. First thing I've had that made me think I may never miss potato chips again!

2. It's getting a little warmer, the snow is melting, and Jackutus T Rex, chihuahua scourge of the neighborhood, has healed up enough that I took him and our long-suffering border collie out for a walk. The reason this makes the list is because they walked extremely well together! Initially, Jack would occasionally growl or snap at Nova, but today? Not even once! It's good to see actual proof things are going well.

3. It was grocery day, and since I started the day at the library and ended it doing taxes, I used Clicklisr again, and again had to wait, and yet again they took it off my bill. I'm so excited for the veggies! And the almonds >.> Good thing I portioned them out ahead of time!
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    @1CRAZYDOG I've never been a huge almond fan, I've always liked peanuts and pistachios better, but oh boy are these great!
    667 days ago
    Love any kind of almonds!
    667 days ago
    @BECCABOO127 Yes! I had to tell my mother about them; she loves potato chips like I do, so hopefully they give her a good alternative as well. I've been told in my low carb teams that nuts are a good snack option and I just happened to see this flavor as well as the wasabi soy sauce (also good) at Kroger.

    @AMYRCMK Me too! It was good for both of the dogs, and also me XD The snow and ice is melting even more today, so hopefully we'll be able to get out again. The almonds are sooo good, and now I want to figure out how to make my own. We'll see!
    668 days ago
    Glad that Jack was able to get out for a walk again! The almonds sound good!
    668 days ago
    Great chip substitute! emoticon
    668 days ago
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