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"No, the burrito itself is $6.25. The rest is for the small soda (I get the brewed unsweetened iced tea and take as many refills as I want) plus the 9.75 percent sales tax. When I first retired 12 years ago, I got that meal for quite a bit less, but that's inflation for you... what can you do." Andrew

Bonnie's nephew and his wife are in town to attend a wedding and a bunch of her family were at Mi-ma's house for dinner tonight. We had a great dinner. I fixed three fried squirrels and a piece of venison loin and there were baked potatoes and salad and sour cream, shredded cheese, black and green olives, chili con queso, green onions, fancy lettuce, white balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil, and macaroni and cheese, and Mi-ma made a homemade pumpkin pie with whipped cream and there was some kind of orange cake with nuts and stuff in it and everything was so delicious. It was awesome.

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