It Starts With One

July 31st 2005 / 1 minute to read

I am cleaning a bit, just picking things up and vacuuming since my father took Daniel out. I need to do laundry but I will probably do that when it’s a bit cooler outside.

I am still fighting to get my Ohio crap taken care of so I can get an Illinois DL. Explain to me WHY Ohio refuses to accept freaking faxes! It’s starting to drive me slowly but surely insane through out this process.

After Friday’s fiasco, I totally forgot to buy a ton of groceries at the store, for example I have everything for chicken fajitas except for well tortillas. I also forgot pasta, lentils, stuff other than salad heh. Would chicken breasts make a good replacement in chili? Like instead of ground beef?

I am trying really hard to stop drinking pop, as it is I haven’t bought any pop to bring home to drink. I also have stopped drinking it at work.

Darn I thought I had more to say!

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I have this little pack of seasoning for white chilli that has chicken in it.  I never did get around to doing it though.  So yeah, I’d say it’d be ok.  It’d be just like chicken in a taco instead of ground beef.  I’d eat it ;)

Reply to Amy

So do you have to apply for a new DL everytime you move state? Or only if it’s lapsed for some reason? Dang but that would suck big time over here if evreytime you moved from one region to another you had to reapply – then again there’s some over here who could do with retaking their test! (…I know I’d fail if I had to take it again :shock: ).
Soya chunks make for a great beef substitute in chilli – asuming they’re available of course. :wink:

Reply to Timm

Good look with the erradication of pop. I’m battling an addiction myself, but somehow I just can’t seem to stop drinking it. It might have something to do with the fact I keep buying it. ;)

Reply to Barbara

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