Tomorrow we are having a bomb cyclone here in Michigan. I've never heard of that till this week. I've heard this described as to be high winds that are sustainable for a long period of time. They are advising us to take it serious and to stock up on essentials. They are saying that we need to prepare for power outage. We are going outside soon to put up anything that might fly away. Oh boy, what a job for us today. I'm glad it's warmer.
After we went shopping this week I realize we are stocked up with the food that we think is essential, ha ha. We will not have to worry about keeping it cold if the power goes out because the temperature will drop enough they say that we will just be able to stick it outside.
This is sounding more and more like a lot of
Large eggs .89
3 gallons of Milk $1.98 a gallon
2 Advance bars $4.99 each
creamy peanut butter $1.15
Naval Oranges $3.99
Gala Apples $2.39
2 bags of pork rinds .79 each
half and half $1.55
2 loaves of bread $1.79 each
Doesn't that look like a good total! I was so proud of us! Well, then we went for a little ride up north while the weather was good.
We stocked up at the Cheese factory in Pinconning.
Total Spent was $28.26
Then we went to the Farm Market. Such good deals!
They just give you a total bill here so I'll try to remember the specific price
4 fresh farm eggs $2.50 a dozen
5 pd bag of potatoes $1.00
Candy Onion (the big one) I can't remember the price but he had to have it for his steak and onion sandwich
2 bags of onions $1.00 each
Apples $2.50 a bag
2 bags of baby carrots $1.00 each
12 seed packs 4 for $1.00
Grand Total: $86.33
How was your grocery shopping this week? Have you ever heard of a bomb cyclone?