I just pulled out a cluster of green beans from the fridge to cut up for dinner, and as I carried them over to the counter TWO LARGE WORMS fell out onto the cutting board.
Let’s just say slight chaos ensued.
Stephen kindly took them from me and said, “Well, that’s what you get when they don’t use pesticides, I guess.” I chopped them in two while he took the beans out to compost. All of them.
We found two more worms in the vegetable drawer, so now all our vegetables are separately wrapped to see if anymore worms show themselves.
And I feel like worms are crawling in my ears now. Sick.
On a much better note: TWO BIRTHDAY PACKAGES arrived in the mail this week! Stephen opened one of them, as he was instructed to, because this was what was inside: a) a gift from my sister’s family, which is now wrapped in a lovely bag on our table waiting to be unwrapped; b) a gift from Stephen that she was sent to pick up, also wrapped and waiting; c) a collection of things she sent because she knew it wouldn’t be fun to get a package in the mail and not have anything to open! How clever is she? I really loved this, because I didn’t have to wait for it! I got some new razors (the nice kind that you can still use with cold water, very helpful and very expensive here), a whole box of Ziploc bags, a new toothbrush (a long story, but made me laugh), and some mints from Chick-fil-a (which we already ate up and enjoyed). Anyway, all that to say my sister is a genius.