Wednesday, April 15, 2015

A handy-dandy walker tray lets rickety senior citizens transport their food.

Yo from Howdygram headquarters. I’ve got a couple of hot stories to share with y’all this afternoon so I guess I’d better get started!

I just snagged myself one hell of a terrific deal. Now that my new Medline walker with front wheels is assembled and fully-equipped with ski glides, a new Cane Tube cane holder and a swell frontal basket for carrying whatnots and doodads, I decided to search online for a handy-dandy WALKER TRAY, because nothing screams independence like being able to carry your own grilled cheese sandwich into the family room! I found the tray designed for my Medline walker on Amazon — you can find EVERYTHING on Amazon!  — but at $71 the price was ATROTCIOUS so I decided to shop around for a few more minutes. And I’m glad I did, because I eventually discovered the same tray at for only $46.20. Seriously! I SAVED AN ADULT-DIAPERFUL OF DOUGH! Yay, right?

The Howdygram thinks you should know that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced an immediate recall of 1,920 pounds of Beech-Nut baby food after a consumer found a small piece of glass in one of the products.

The recall involves four-ounce glass jars containing “Stage 2 Beech-Nut Classics Sweet Potato & Chicken,” illustrated below, that were produced on December 12, 2014 and shipped to retail locations all over the United States. Beech Nut says that “an oral injury” was reported.
Oy! Are you kidding me?! Holy crap! DO NOT FEED THIS TERRIFYING SHIT TO YOUR ADORABLE LITTLE BABY! (Thank you.)

Sam just got home from work. This is my favorite time of day.

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