Monday, June 13, 2011

Another Man's (Or Woman's In This Case) Trash...

Doing my civic duty finally paid off this weekend. Members of the property owners association in my neighborhood take turns cleaning up a stretch of road in our area. I take my turn every Sunday in June each year. Yesterday I found these hot sunglasses, making all that trash picking up so worth it.

Oh yeah, and I found an unopened can of hominy and a Little Debbie apple pie still in the box. Still debating on whether found food should be eaten. Come on, it's Little Debbie!


Julie L said...

Hominy? Seriously? Who the heck eats hominy? Perhaps it's a Newman Lake delicacy?

And I'm giving you the go-ahead with the Little Debbie pie. Those things are made to survive the apocolypse.

SRTC Staff said...

That's all the clearance I need. If there's no blogging tomorrow you'll know why.

vanillajane said...

Hominy is delicious.

Grits... A lot of folks eat those.

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