Let me just get this out of the way.
When you take a bath, how much water do you put in the tub? I mean if we were to take a ruler and take a measurement (kind of like a rain gauge) what would it read?
I'm not usually quite this abrupt.
On a more typical day I would say, "Hi and Hello, My name is Lu."
It is ever so nice to meet you. How much water do you put in your tub for a bath?"
Usually, you see, I'm all about the pleasantries.
Keep in mind that I have a goal, my webby friends.
The bolder and more daring Lu.
I think that it is very clear that I am diving in headfirst.
Now I'm sure you're dying to hear about my weekend.
I had just a delightful time.
I graduated from high school with these beautiful ladies.
We met for lunch and a winery tour and had such a great time. They are such fun and so lovely to be with, and I'm so very grateful for our friendship!
I'm sorry about the green. I didn't realize I looked exactly like a VERY LARGE TUFT OF EASTER BASKET GRASS until seeing the pictures.
I suppose my "Baptist" attempt to blend in with all the other more wine-savvy denominations probably failed.
My quite obvious lack of expertise with the "trilling" (or was it "twiddling") and "clucking", combined with the poor fashion color choice, probably shouted
"Do you have something in a Cran-Grape?" "Oceanspray, 2009?"
Rest assured I'm going to practice. The trilling and clucking thing though, is not the same with TAB. I believe it may be a combination of the carbonation and a little aspiration.
But really, I was just fine after the paramedics left.
The Weege seems to be a little better.
He wanted to give everyone a shout-out for all of the "Get Well Soons" and othersuchstuff. He faithfully takes his medication (wrapped ever-so-carefully in Velveeta) and is trying not to do too much in the way of squirrel herding.
We might have some Weegie running issues soon though, as The Chief and I installed landscape lighting in the backyard this weekend. I was concerned, I suppose, that the Skunk was having a difficult time finding his way over to the birdseed, so I wanted to light his way. I try to always be helpful.
I mean, it simply cannot hurt to be in the Skunk's good graces, you know.
And finally, It's ROSEMARY RECIPE WEEK.
Themes are good - they help me focus. And besides, I have 2 very large, very prolific Rosemary bushes in my "Dead Bed".
1) Run over here and take a nice cutting,
2) Buy a little packet of it at the HEB
3) Buy a Rosemary plant at let's say, Home Depot, and use some of that for the recipe then plant it!
I promise. You're going to want to make the salad dressing I'll share with you.
And the cake with Rosemary and Orange. Yum.
Now please excuse me while I go to HEB for more TAB, baking soda, and Dawn dishwashing detergent.
And maybe some Tomato juice.
I like to be prepared.
Oh. And don't forget my bath question.