May 14, 2005

Odd things

I spent this morning babysitting for 2 little girls this morning and now know for sure there is no way I am only having one child. Definatly gotta go for 2 or more:-D It was just alot of fun watching them play together and interact (they are not siblings)
Driving to Target this afternoon I was driving by the mall and noticed this kid walking across the parking lot wearing black jeans, a black shirt, and a LONG sleeved black over shirt. Did I mention that the tempature here is in the 90's?
Giving new meaning to the joke "it's just more protien" : I saw this book on a Food network show called Incredible Eats. You have to see to believe, so click Here.
And can you imagine eating Rattlesnake? Yeah, not me. But apparently in Sweetwater, TX, they love it. One of those things that makes you want to say "only in Texas" :-D Yep, I like the Food network. I just can't wait until I can actually cook some of the things I see

5 comments:

Garrison Steelle said...

Kids are a blast, but getting more than one of them at the same time ... well ... ;)

-G

Sam said...

Hey, Rattlesnake is pretty good if done right. I have had some fried like fried catfish. Pretty tasty. I tried making some homemade Chili and it did not turn out all that well.

Rosemary said...

Hey Sarge. So I hear you're having fun? That's absolutely Fantastic! :)

Can you imagine what the Indian people (from India) thought about us when they found out we eat beef?

Only in America is it true, "to each his own." I like it when they don't tell me what it is before I eat it, but on the other hand, I won't eat anything I don't know what it is!

I did that once, it was spinach salad. It turned out delicious! Now I can eat raw spinach, just like Popeye! Hehehe.

You take care.

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JUST A MOM said...

Just poppin in to say Hey, Good to see ya still kickin! Keep it up.