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Saturday, March 11, 2006

Various Thoughts...

Linda in Norman has picked up a new hobby.

She has started beading.

Linda sent me some pictures of her work and I am impressed.

Very, very pretty.

Moof added that page she was talking about. She now has a Blogtionary.

I have reading assignments to complete.

But I didn't get them done today.

I fell asleep in my chair.

Kitchen Tip:

I was putting some groceries into the refridgerator and got a little off-balance. I stepped back to regain my balance and felt my heel sink into something soft. I looked down and saw the bright green insides of my carefully selected avocado that I had just bought.

I opened the produce bag and inspected the contents...

Stepping on avocados actually saves you a lot of preparation time. You don't have to peel or mash them...

They're virtually ready to eat.



Blogger Pattie said...

You obviously chose your avocado wisely, for it to have smooshed so nicely underfoot... I have choosen some in my younger days that were hard as bricks. Luckily, after working 3 years in a Mexican restaurant in college, I learned how to tell when an avocado is nice and ripe...perfect! Happy guacamole making...uhhh...if that's what you're making.

March 12, 2006 4:21 PM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

Yes... it was a very nice avocado... and a large one at that.

It is hard to locate nice avocadoes in the grocery stores, and I spent several mintutes in choosing the ones that I brought home.

I love them in guacomole` and I love them sliced... I love in them in sandwiches...mmmm...

You get the drift.

Much like you, I had opportunity to refine my avocado skills when I was young.

I did my externship in Laredo, Texas, and the Hispanic family that I lived with bought them by the **case**!!

Can you believe it?

I would come home and grab a stack of homemade tortillas, slice some avocadoes, and stuff myself silly.

Those were the days...


March 12, 2006 6:14 PM  
Blogger Pattie said...

Sounds like culinary paradise to me!

March 13, 2006 6:58 AM  
Blogger Linda in Norman said...

well tj if i would have known you were going to put photos up of my bead work i wouold have sent a photo of the green one when i finished it. i couldn't decide if i liked the red beads in the center or the plain green. has carrie see it...which one does she like?

March 13, 2006 9:03 PM  
Blogger Linda in Norman said...

squish! mexican food yummm i've got chips!

March 13, 2006 9:06 PM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

No... Carrie hasn't seen your work yet.


I'll have to show her.


March 13, 2006 9:51 PM  

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