An Excuse To Eat Frozen Pizza

It's funny how contaminated water can (and should) change your day around.

When I got a text message from a co-worker Wednesday that the water in Greenville was contaminated, my first reaction was to buy bottled water.  My second reaction: what am I going to fix for dinner?

Admittedly, I love to cook, and plan out (usually) what my husband and I will have for dinner each night of the week.  On Wednesday, though, the thought of using bottled or boiled water to wash dishes, pots and pans seemed like too much trouble.  Thus, the door opened to one of my guilty pleasures: frozen pizza. 

Most of us never think twice about the water that we brush our teeth with, wash our dishes with or wash our hands with.  Not only do appreciate clean water more today, I am loving the invention of hand sanitizer and, of course, frozen pizza.

 

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  • by Tim Location: La Grange on Jun 29, 2008 at 08:56 PM
    Any time is a good time for frozen pizza, as long as an ice cold beer or two are thrown in!
  • by terry Location: greenville on Jun 27, 2008 at 08:43 AM
    something smells with this water situation and its not the water Is there a cover-up going on here? I would want the state to come in and do an independent investigation If it was important enough to throw 3000 people out of work for a day, its important enough for an independent review of GUC of all people the mayor should be requesting this rather than being a cheerleader for GUC the citizens deserve an INDEPENDENT review of this entire situation
  • by Harriet Location: Greenville on Jun 27, 2008 at 05:21 AM
    I encourage all Residents of the surrounding area of Greenville to join with me in eating at local restaurants this weekend. The employees who were out of work over the water contamination scare need to make up their income. So eat out often and leave big tips. They will love you for your caring.
  • by Leigh Location: Greenville on Jun 26, 2008 at 03:53 PM
    I am wondering how much truth there is to what I have heard about the cause for the contamination. Apparently when new apartments were being built near or on County Home Rd, a sewer line was connected directly to a water line causing the contamination. I do hope that if this is true, the person/people who are responsible for this mistake is fined and their license is revoked to perform that line of work. If this is true though, it is unlikely that GUC will admit to the mistake.
  • by frank Location: the www on Jun 26, 2008 at 03:03 PM
    what brand of frozen pizza was it heather?
  • by Dave Location: Greenville on Jun 26, 2008 at 07:36 AM
    Nice article Heather. Frozen pizza is the bomb!
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