I'm a Midwesterner married to a Southerner, raising a family in Las Vegas and appreciating the beauty along the way!
you drink beer?
Well, there was no diet coke in the house. I used to get a beer out of the fridge once in a while, but when I started taking medications for the FMS I had to stop. Now I'm off the meds so I don't have to worry about seizures or anything, but I usually don't even remember that it's okay for me to drink.
As the girls in my youth group would say, that doesnt sound pathetic, actually THATS HOT!lol
That reminds me of the good ol' days at Purdue. One summer, I was a broke college student living on campus and taking summer school. I never got a job, so I never had any money. So it got to the point where I could only buy the essentials (of which beer was one--and milk was not). So I actually made macaroni and cheese substituting beer for the milk. I think that's the lowest I've ever sank :)
Thanks Paris, I mean Clint.How'd that taste Patrick? Maybe you're on to something big!
One time we were out of milk and Noah was making mac'n'cheese. He didn't tell me we were out of milk, he just went ahead and substituted in mayonaise. He didn't tell me until I tasted it and asked him what he did to it. Actually, first he said, "why? do you like it?" then when I said it was not exactly bad and definitely not good, he told me what he had done. When he prepares meals now, I tend to keep watch over him and am a little scared to take the first bite. He really likes to experiment... scary.
You know...it was actually pretty tasty. I don't think I'll every try it again, becuase that scenario is sad and pathetic, but it had to have been better than using mayo.FYI...I posted a couple pics from the Coldplay show if you want to check 'em out.
You know, between the Matt Groening references and the bachelor chow (d'oh) this is kinda becoming a guy blog.
As long as it's not a bowl of beer, you're still doing OK.
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