Here is the most bizarre:
double - yolked egg.
For some strange reason, the carton of eggs that is currently in my refrigerator has so far produced 3 out of 8 double-yolked eggs. I cracked the first one the other day and was really surprised and kind of excited because I have never seen one before. Then, when I cracked another one a few minutes later, I got kind of weirded out. I mean, I spend more on the organic, cage-free eggs, but does this mean they're all genetically mutated and stuff?
So, I looked up a ton of stuff online about it, and apparently, these eggs happen on a fairly regular basis, especially with young layers. Since they weigh a little more than single yolk eggs, they tend to get grouped together by the machines. So, if you find one in a carton, you have a good chance of finding a few more. I will keep you posted on how many more end up being double-yolkers. Weird stuff.
*Update: 6 out of 12 eggs ended up being double-yolkers. I was on the fence about it, but I've decided that this definitely weirds me out. I'm going back to the local Celeste Albers eggs - don't know why I ever veered away from them to begin with! They're worth the extra small effort! If you live in Charleston, you can find them at The Glass Onion when the Marion Square Farmers Market is closed for the winter season.
"Party like it's 1989" employee party
This is a special one of Brandon and I at our employee party this past weekend. The theme was 80's inspired, so we got all decked out. What you can't see is that he sported 2 earrings all day and had his pants all rolled up. Yes, that is a white windbreaker that he wore around his waist all day long. I'm definitely rockin' the side pony and leggings, although you can't really tell from the photo.
Dad and Chloe.
My mom sent me this one last week and I had to share it. This is my dad with Chloe, one of two recent additions to their household. Chloe and her two sisters Joey and Muffin (who my sister is now taking care of) showed up on my parents doorstep about 6 months ago, tiny, sick, and starving. Seems like they've adjusted fairly well.