Butternut Squash Ravioli

Over the last few days I have seen references to the “Costco Craze”.
I am not sure what it means. Costco appears to be a local Puget Sound thing. Their headquarters are now located in Issaquah, but I think it may have been in Kirkland for a while. (Kirkland brand name and all.)

And Carl went to Costco today.
Sunscreen, TP, peanuts, ….., and butternut squash ravioli.

Pretty good going down this evening.
Because there are only two of us, this pretty much makes the meal. (And dessert.)

Now to settle in to our plans for the evening.

  • Carl is listening to some baseball game on the radio. (Not the Mariners. They beat Detroit earlier today. And yesterday. And the day before that.)
  • I am, well, blogging.
  • Later I intend to add some numbers in the checkbook. (whoopee)
    Then add some other numbers into our expense listing.
  • Then, (drumroll please), I am going to FILE!

OK – now I doubt that many out there can match that level of excitement!

It’s OK. I am just trying to calm myself down from a stirring day at work.
I went in because I had a meeting. But then the meeting was cancelled.
But I did manage to provide a solution for an agitated customer, that worked for us, and solved his most immediate problem. In truth though, I did dodge calling another mad-at-the-world customer.  

5 Responses to “Butternut Squash Ravioli”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I LOVE ravioli and that sounds yummy!! Filing…ooh, I’m dying of excitment. 😉

  2. RegenAxe Says:

    Costco, to be continued, Anne is calling me

  3. acourtois Says:

    A new Costco is going up near where I work. I expect I will probably find reasons to shop there but I think it will also make traffic a lot worse.

  4. Sam Says:

    We had butternut squash ravioli last night! My first time! Yum!

  5. RegenAxe Says:

    My folks were always big fans of Costco. When we visited, Chris would drop off his film to be developed, we would wait around (that is shop) until it was ready. They thought that it was great fun, Anne and I not so much. Marge, a clerk there became a good friend of their’s.

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