Wednesday, 14 April 2010

95 of 365


Ah yes, empty cupboards and empty fridge after being away! I grocery-shopped online on April 5th.

The Doctor popped out and got a few essentials, but for a couple of days our meals were dictated by what was in the freezer, supplemented by those essentials.... Lunch that day was eggs on toast:


(NB: The eggs weren't in the freezer, obviously. They were part of the quick shop The Doctor did. Just in case any particularly pedantic readers felt like causing trouble. Hello there, The Mother!)

10 comments:

Amy said...

Aww, give her a break - we're Mums too ;-)
Never done online grocery, I seem to enjoy self-harming too much and go with a pre-schooler on most occasions .... sometimes I even go with two kids - yes, I am a CRAZY WOMAN!

scrappyjacky said...

The only 2 occasions I've done online food shopping....vital items didn't arrive....so I've given up with that idea!!

Anesha said...

Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog. Love your blog, really different. Anesha

Sian said...

I've never tried online shopping, but it certainly sounds handy. I've just hauled 15 bags home from Sainsburys!

Rhona said...

I've been wondering about doing an online Asda shop, they've just recently started delivering in our area!
I had eggs on toast for dinner the other night because I didn't fancy anything else. They were yummy!

Ruth said...

I love online food shopping! The mere thought of taking DS to the supermarket for a "big" shop fills me with horror!

Rachel B said...

I LOVE online food shopping and use it regularly, I find I spend less as I stick to my list and do not wander..... Lol!

Lizzie said...

Yes I also like online shopping. It was invaluable last year, when I couldn't drive, push a trolley, carry a basket etc etc... I did all my Christmas 2008 shopping online - gifts and food. It was just amazing to be able to get whatever I needed to get, even though I was house-bound!
And I agree with Rachel - I spend less because I have a list and tend to stick to it. Much less "impulse buying"!

Oh and eggs on toast... mmmmmm when did I last have those for lunch - must be time I did again. Tomorrow, for sure!

Anonymous said...

Pedantic? Me? Just because I like English to be used clearly, correctly and concisely to avoid misunderstanding and ambiguity. Talking about food from the freezer and then showing eggs is wide open to misinterpretation....

The Mother (longsuffering)

humel said...

Hah, knew I'd get you! :-b