I bought 21 dry pints of blueberries. Each pint was 99 cents and out of season blueberries cost about $3.99. So in my eyes, pints were priced buy one get three free- which is obviously a steal and should’ve bought more, but I don’t have the freezer space.
If they even get to the freezer. You and I both know that these little blue babies are tricky not to eat. They have to survive quite the little gauntlet before stepping their tiny berry feet into the freezer. The fate of many berries is my belly first- not the freezer, because each transfer lends an opportunity for total loss. They have to endure a two minute car ride home, minus 23 berries. If they take the front seat, it’s more like minus 89. They have to suffer through being dumped into a large bowl and washed, minus 44 berries. They have to outlive inspection as pictured, minus 694 berries. (605 as squishy duds tossed into a nearby yellow cake mix box and a minimum of 89 consumed.) If they make it into the bag that’s being held open by the magnet I found on the floor at Schnucks, chances are they’re safe. They’ll freeze to see another day.
On another note: This is BW’s second LifesLemons appearance in 2 months. You go, Big Guy! Is that Spanish Moss Green by Revlon? Why, yes it is. Yes. It. Is.