Day 1657: Cheese/Cloth

For our move on Monday, we’re packing up everything we’re holding on to, including this:

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Because of my cheesy mind, I noticed cheese AND cloth for the rest of the day (as well as a few other things). Do any of these photos make you smile as wide as saying “Cheese”?

 

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I do love cheese, so maybe we’ll get a pizza tonight after another arduous day of packing.

In the meantime, here‘s a cheesy song.

 

Thanks to all who helped me create another cheesy post and to you — of course! — for reading it.

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37 thoughts on “Day 1657: Cheese/Cloth

  1. I Love the cheesiness today Ann! I hope you had a good day packing AND and really good pizza. You are getting there❣️

  2. Yes! Extra cheese, please. Love the Jane Austen song. Made me laugh. Love the bunnies and the top hat. That bio by the young author, adorable!

  3. To celebrate your pending Monday move, Ann, I will indeed eat pizza at least once this weekend. But not Baffalo Chicken pizza.

    • When I was at a Disney Aquarium several years ago, Mark, I came up with new cheesy lyrics for that song:

      When an eel hits your eye like a big pizza pie
      That’s a moray.

      With amore,
      Ann

  4. I love cheesecoth and use it about once a year. But boy am I happy when I have it. Oh and I love Dean too. 😉Good luck with the move.

  5. Haha, 1657 (3), just when I thought I was going to have a cheese free day !!

  6. Wonderful pics! (Poor Harley) Good luck with your move,

    • Harley’s fine. Our vet wrote “Feed less to Harley ” years ago and I had a smile as wide as cheese when I found that succinct advice yesterday. Cheesy thanks for another wonderful comment, Maureen.

  7. Marcia Dubreuil

    Really cheesy entry today, Ann. Makes me think of Pizza the Hut…
    Just remember that as long as you have the pots and pans, the TV remote and the cats, you don’t have to open any of those boxes again once you get to your new house. I’ve had a box labeled “current papers” in the attic (next to another marked “high priority ironing”) for twenty years. Haven’t missed any of it so far…

  8. Cheesiest cheese song ever! Arghhh! Moving song. Ha ha. You’re making progress. Leave some boxes on the doorstep, if no one steals them, you don’t want them either. Cheese please.

  9. In a pub not far away a couple of Christmases ago, a young man had Babybel cheeses pinned all over his jumper. “Guess who I am”, he asked repeatedly. The answer: “Baby Cheeses”.

  10. Cheesecloth sounds like the ideal material for clothing. When you’re done wearing it you can eat it, and even after several thousand years cheese shows no sign of going out of style.

  11. You can use the cheesecloth to make a supply of paneer from fresh milk, and have saag paneer or butter paneer for supper (someday when you are not moving). That is how my kids use cheesecloth.

  12. LOL!!! I didn’t know chickens had fingers!!! Ahahahahaha. (Chicken Wings or Fingers) Think about that as you move on Monday, it gave me a wide smile, maybe it’ll do the same for you. Oh boy, so funny.

  13. I laughed at the idea that I could get a free pizza after spending $40. That yellow T-shirt with the chair and umbrella on it is fabulous. And on sale. Too bad I’m not in Boston. Have a great move, stress free if possible. If not, just do what you can…

  14. Good luck with the move Ann! I love cheese!

  15. You’re a cheese whiz! ꒰ ๑ ˃̶ ᴗ ᵒ̴̶̷๑꒱و ̑̑

  16. You are SO cheesy!!!!!!! 😀

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