I got this idea from the most recent Yes! Magazine on things that you can do with mason jars that don’t have a whole lot to do with canning. I was pretty excited when I saw this, that I immediately set the magazine down and tried it out. It worked.
my very own mini blender
Same size threads as a mason jar
It seems that the base of most standard sized blenders have the same threads as a mason jar, so you can remove the base from your giant blender, screw it onto the jar, and you have your very own “Magic Bullet”
In April, 2012, our plywood subflooring didn’t go all the way to the walls, the attic that was being turned into a new floor of our house yet unfinished, and the insulation where the walls and floor met was showing. I was cleaning up one day, and I found some cat poop.(Since our cats are perfect, I have to assume that they thought the blow-in insulation was a new kind of kitty litter.) Janelle had just gone away to IUP to work on her PhD, so we were texting each other and I said, “One of the cat’s pooped on the floors”
“How the hell am i supposed to know that?”
“Take a picture and send it to me. I can identify which cat”
This was scary, to say the least. first, that my true love seems to be a gumshoe with the ability to find clues in cat feces. Second, the disturbing fact that at the beginning of our relationship we sent cute pictures of ourselves back and forth, and I eagerly anticipated each one. You know…
But then,eight months into the relationship, I was sending her a picture of insulated cat poop, and I was eagerly anticipating her answer, fully trusting that she would not just guess, but actually be able to tell me which of the two cats was using our bedroom/music-studio-to-be as a luxury toilet.
How things change…