Thursday, June 17, 2010

This and That Thursday by Mental Pause Mama

I can not believe that this week is flying by as quickly as it is, but here we are, once again, greeted with This and That...or other random crap trapped inside my head.



1. I love working...no, I "really" love working. It does not seem like work because I get to do something I love and that is cooking...making people happy.




2. My muscles (every one of them) are disputing the fact that I love my job. They are screaming..."You are an evil person!!!!" I may have even found some muscles I had never met before.




3. Chicken Fry is not fried chicken...it's fried steak.




4. People in Texas do not eat a lot of chicken, they do however, love their beef.




5. I can make enchiladas like a little ol' Mexican grandma, now.



6. Any of the food that I "pimp" on this blog will not have the true recipe to accompany it. I have been sworn to secrecy...like, my life will be in serious danger, if I were to give them out...but, I will try to offer a recipe that I approve of to takes it's place. If you want the real stuff, you will have to come and visit us.





7. Visit us as at, "My Happy Place" Cafe, Happy, Texas. Best food around!!! Bar none.



8. I am looking forward to date night.



9. Date night is still a long way away.


10. Puppies get HUGE over night. Tex needs his own bed.



11. Blue Bell Ice Cream is better than Blue Bunny Ice Cream.





12. You know how I feel about cream...oh, and butter...and bacon.



13. I'm thinking bacon, scrambled cheese eggs with tomato, and onions on grilled whole wheat bread for breakfast, what about you?



14. I will wash that down with strong coffee and lots of Motrin.
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This is Home Girl on the Range wishing you a very blessed day!!!

6 comments:

Caution Flag said...

I'm glad you are so happy these days. Life does sound good. And I'm starving.

TSannie said...

Wow! You're doing what I wish I was doing!

Mental P Mama said...

Yum!!! Take Advil!!!

Marlene said...

I'd let you cook for me any day!!!

Meg @ Soup Is Not A Finger Food said...

That sounds like such fun! My grandma cooked for a fraternity house and later (or earlier? I think maybe earlier) had a little restaurant in my hometown called "Mom's Place." After all of that, she cooked for crowds of her offspring who would visit every weekend, and it did not matter what time of the day, you looked hungry and you had better eat a meal AND a piece of pie or cake, or both.

Whosyergurl said...

YUM. This post makes me hungry! I just came over to visit from Mindy's kingdom. She and I have been blogger (and now facebook) friends for a long time. I like happy!
Hoosier Hugs,
Cheryl