Then I met a friend for coffee. This is where I got to test out my new car in the snow. There wasn't enough snow to plow, so the roads had snow on them, but not a ton. I made it a mile and a half to the coffee shop with no problems.
After coffee, it was a different story. There was several inches of snow in the parking lot and the plow made a nice big hump I had to drive over. Luckily, my new car easily got over the hump. I'm a big girl!
I debated on whether to go to Aldi or not. The roads were very covered with snow, but I really wanted to spend a good portion of my day making quiche. I opted to go to Aldi. Why did I buy an SUV if I wasn't going to drive it in the snow!?
I almost freaked out when I saw this...
... luckily, there were plenty of cage free eggs. They were triple the price, but I bought them. Ethically, they should be what I'm buying anyway.
When I got home, I went for a 2 mile run in the snow. It was actually less slippy than my morning run as long as I stayed in the snow and not the tire tracks. (By the way, I know slippy isn't a real word, but where I'm from, it sort of is.)
The rest of my day was so productive! I did all the wash and folded it, I cleaned my whole house, and I made three quiche!
Quiche #1: ham, broccoli, onion, cheddar, mushrooms
Quiche #2: black beans, tomato, onion, cumin, ground turkey
Quiche #3: spinach, feta, tomato, mushrooms
NOW, HERE IS THE NIGHTMARE THAT HAPPENED AROUND 2:30PM...
I was arranging some items in my bathroom cabinet and I freaking dropped a bottle of nail polish. It splashed EVERYWHERE... on the floor, on the toilet, on the wall, on my leg.... I have literally worried about this happening ever since I stopped biting my nails and started painting them. I took a shot of run, put on a podcast, and got to work. It took awhile, but my bathroom is spotless. My leg will probably take a little longer...
Do you buy cage free eggs?
Is your car good in the snow?
Do you say slippy or slippery?
Did you ever spill a bottle of nail polish?