July 23, 2015

Food Stuffs



Steampunk one of a kindness.

Finally my brain opened a little, and I have been able to work on that sail training piece.  For the longest time I was stuck.  Duh…the moment I viewed it from a personal angle rather than a technical one, the words began to flow.  At least I will be able to illustrate it with my own pictures.

My focus today will be radishes, lettuces, cucumber, tomatoes, and perhaps a little cabbage for a salad tonight.  I’m also making a nice potatoe salad for the Automotive Museum, docent-get-together on Saturday.  Red potatoes, red onion, celery sliced on an angle, and a honey-mustard dressing.  I found it in a briefly published Von’s magazine.  Really tasty.




  • Himself:  Very happy using his old computer.  Very.  He’s of especially good value today.
  • Herself:  Starting that Tai Chi/Chi Gong class at the Y this afternoon.  Survived the move of my bookcases at work.
  • Reading:  Burn’s “The Civil War.”  “Eat This/Not That.”
  • Gratitudes:  Seeing George at the pool this morning.


  • 5 comments:

    1. Love it when the pieces come together and movement happens on a project. Sounds like a good day.

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    2. Great photo. Nice and grungy. I need to use my baked potato in the fridge...so maybe tomorrow a little potato side salad with an egg and some veggies. Tonight we eat out. Spent most of the day on the boat in the sun...too tired to cook.

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    3. he is a good steam punk Vader.

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    4. Mainline historians pooh-poohed Burns (probably because he was kind to Southerners), but I liked his Civil War series. BTW, not all early settlers in the Americas were rapists, etc. as your friend suggested in her FB post yesterday. A terrible thing to say.

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