Did You Know About the National Mustard Museum?

I have a ton of flower photos but no energy to go through them and post right this second. I think the uncertainty in the world is a big drain. Not just me. It seems like lots of people I talk to.

Bob’s birthday was the 13th and I sort-of forgot about finding a gift for him. I panic shopped online and did a search for “gifts for people who like condiments” and I learned about the National Mustard Museum. I chose the staff favorites gift box — it was between that and the best sellers — and no one has ever appreciated a box of condiments more. We already tried the cranberry chardonnay and the champagne garlic honey. Delicious.

Bookmark the link. You never know when you might need to buy someone a Poupon U T-shirt.

Tele-commuting starting next week. We’ll see how it goes.

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1 Response to Did You Know About the National Mustard Museum?

  1. Darren Freire says:

    I remember over 15 years ago being in a Food 4 Less and seeing Jack Daniels mustard for $15.99 and it was just a little 6 ounce jar. Crazy price but branding with JD? It must sell to the nuts who buy into it being dang Jack Daniels.

    As for a shirt, I wonder if they have a t-shirt for Winnie the Pooh fans that reads: I Like Pooh ?

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