I'd like to say something witty about meat in broth cup, but I'm not sure what to think about the congealed fat.
Ok, guess what we did today? Another trip to Kahuku Hospital for another xray. This time is was Josh. He wiped out on a skateboard and fell on his wrist. Just a sprain, however, so he can still play soccer. I'm hoping that next week will be hospital free. They do have a new snazzy xray machine up there.So at the Health Center, Doc says, "What do you hear from Al and Deb?". I told him how I suggested you just do the Utah thing for a year and he said, "Yeah, that would be great because we are going to hire another PA in another year." So I said you're going to have two PA's? and he said, "yes, because the administration keeps upping the enrollment."I know I'm just dreaming, you'll stay there forever. I can dream can't I? But in three years T is coming here to play soccer or tennis for sure. I'll keep the NCAA guys away for that long so we still have sports.
This looks like I need to see if there's an extra "plot" available somewhere. Is it illegal to transport it across the state line? If not, I'll look for a plot around here somewhere and we can let it rest in peace far, far away from you. Would you prefer above ground or below?
Umm, do I want to know what's in that? Granted maybe you mentioned this in your last posts that I haven't had time to read but that looks kind of south of good you know?
Who requested Wordless Wednesday? What a stupid idea. (no offense)Ahem.Please don't ever do this again.
BTW - the song playing right now is "Say" by John Mayer.
Hee hee Funny Farmer. I KNOW! I can hardly keep my mouth shut. In fact, I am just about to post something else because the CRASH TEST DUMMY DOESN'T DO WORDLESS! Martha, are you serious????? OMGOSH! That thought/possibility/option will keep me warm all winter long. Especially when people insult my daughter at soccer games. Explanation pending.
ok....you might have me beat.
Did you really just Wordless Wednesday hamhocks and beans?If that really isn't what it is, I think I don't want to know.
What IS that?
This hamhocks and beans was part of my lesson in patience. This is what my MIL gave me after our luncheon at Golden Corral. Oh, I am the meanest DIL in the world, huh? Bless my heart. I need to put parental controls on my blog. (so our parents can't read it.)
HA HA HA *gag*
For a sec I thought that might be SPAM soup and I almost threw up, but now that you've explained I'm fine. Not really. That is a big ol cup of gross!
I have to admit that I really like ham and bean soup. My grandma made it and it was really good.It does look better all warmed up before the fat clumps together.
I just threw up in my mouth and had had to move the picture off the screen while I wrote this, or the throw up would be on my keyboard. True story. Bless. Your. Heart. Belch. Swallow. BLAAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!
I apologize....no more wordless wednesdays. Especially if it is of 5 week old bean soup. EVER!
Darling Crash, I hate to have to tell you what is obvious to everyone else but is apparently something you're in denial about:Your mother-in-law hates you.
ha ha ha ha ha I think you're right. That's why I don't really care if she reads it. Either that or it clears her conscience about not feeding the hungry boxcar children.Mwuuuhahahahaha!
To quote my daughter, "Oh dear. Oh...wow. Yikes."
And did you or did you not tell that man to eat rocks or put a cork in it or to shut his piehole?
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