57. Netflix, 62. Floss every day for a month, 87. Eat from my pantry/freezer
Wow, what a busy month! I now have Netflix (thanks to my sister). Although this picture isn't my actual Netflix envelope, mine looked remarkably similar as following directions on how to open things is not my forte. I've asked some friends who have great taste for some slapstick, documentaries, foreign films, and Sundance suggestions. I'm feeling cultured just typing this (ok, maybe just a different kind of "cultured" with the slapstick one).
And I'm happy to say I have very clean teeth. And I will never floss everyday for a month again. Interestingly, I went to the dentist just 9 days after starting the everyday flossing (I remember this because it was my birthday; yes, I must hate myself to schedule a dentist appointment on my birthday). And no cavities and not much teeth scraping, which I'm taking to mean I don't need to floss every day. And no, this is not my cat.
The eating from my pantry/freezer went much better than anticipated. We ate a lot of food that needed to be eaten or that I was just sick of looking at (I think I'll design food labels in my next life). I still have a ton of food left, so I'm planning on carrying the pantry purge into March. Don't be surprised if you see another post labeled:
"The first person to make a comment gets all the rice, pasta, and Rice Krispies I have in my pantry"
I can only have so much pasta and rice in a month. And I really shouldn't make any more Rice Krispie Treats. And yes, this picture really is my freezer. AFTER I "used up" what was in it.