Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Its a beautiful day in the neighborhood a beautiful day for a neighbor will you be mine could you be mine....

Today I woke up and felt like kissing the sky, so instead I took Zachary to see the movie Coroline. Sally won free tickets through Fandango, including the extra cost of 2.50$ for the 3-d glasses ea. Zachary said he liked it but, it was kinda scary. Than we went to Meijers and bought some Sunflower seeds. We planted some last year and they grew very tall and they tipped over. So this time I will do it different so they won't tip. I had a friend who didn't have that problem. oh well, practice makes perfect.

Today's tantalizing meal (insert drum roll here) Sweet and Sour Chicken. Made with Gladys own breasty parts from over at the Purdue Chicken Farm. (no steroids) First we take Gladys and some of her family members, cut them up into bite size morsels. Dip the morsels into a wholesome breading mixture that is only know to my wife. Fry the morsels until they reach a golden brown. Leaving them crispy yet, moist and tender on the inside.(just like the way Yang's from down the street used to make) The sauce is just the right amount of sweet and sour made with plump and juicy just flown in from Hawaii pineapple and freshest and shiniest red pepper we could buy and our local Aldi's. Accompanied with a bed of rice that was harvested and plowed in a Vietnamese rice paddy field brought in for my eating pleasure. We also had the enjoyment of the Green Giant himself pick his best looking Broccoli Spears from the valley that we had with the creamiest Butter Sauce.

I need to cut this a little short. Had more to say but, I need to take Zachary to his first soccer practice. Thanks again for all the support. God Bless you all!!!!

6 comments:

  1. Copy and post to Microsoft Word and change the font to arial to decode the Wing Ding message.

    Cute...

    Bill Said:

    Today I woke up and felt like kissing the sky, so instead I took Zachary to see the movie Coroline. Sally won free tickets through Fandango, including the extra cost of 2.50$ for the 3-d glasses ea. Zachary said he liked it but, it was kinda scary. Than we went to Meijers and bought some Sunflower seeds. We planted some last year and they grew very tall and they tipped over. So this time I will do it different so they won't tip. I had a friend who didn't have that problem. oh well, practice makes perfect.

    Today's tantalizing meal (insert drum roll here) Sweet and Sour Chicken. Made with Gladys own breasty parts from over at the Purdue Chicken Farm. (no steroids) First we take Gladys and some of her family members, cut them up into bite size morsels. Dip the morsels into a wholesome breading mixture that is only know to my wife. Fry the morsels until they reach a golden brown. Leaving them crispy yet, moist and tender on the inside.(just like the way Yang's from down the street used to make) The sauce is just the right amount of sweet and sour made with plump and juicy just flown in from Hawaii pineapple and freshest and shiniest red pepper we could buy and our local Aldi's. Accompanied with a bed of rice that was harvested and plowed in a Vietnamese rice paddy field brought in for my eating pleasure. We also had the enjoyment of the Green Giant himself pick his best looking Broccoli Spears from the valley that we had with the creamiest Butter Sauce.

    I need to cut this a little short. Had more to say but, I need to take Zachary to his first soccer practice. Thanks again for all the support. God Bless you all!!!!

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  2. Thanks Dan! Now that's what I call a good friend. I would never have done that. My life is to precious.

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  3. Okay, put the WingDings back!

    I look foolish now.

    Can't have Mr. Perfect looking foolish now can we?

    And to anonymous...no, the proof that I am a good friend to Bill is that I actually bought him a Cubs hat...but I admit it, I made the owner of the store double bag the item and erase the purchase from his security cameras. Posting it here is as far as it goes.

    See, as a child, I lived next to the most fanatical Cubs fan on the planet. For fifteen years all I heard about was the Cubs. This made me really not like the Cubs at all.

    Besides, everyone knows the Sox are the WORKING MANS' team, the AVERAGE JOES' team...oh and the team that has won a World Series in this century.

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  4. By the way Mr. Blankenship anonymous was me Mr. Ceiga. You are right about one thing the sox are the average joes team, cause they are very average.You probably wouldn't have liked living next to me either pal, cause we Cub fans are very passionate about our team win or lose. We don't pick our team by the color of our uniforms, or because of some clown that we live next to us. We may not have won a lot of world series, but we have been a part of a lot more.Frankly my friend you are going to have a very long summer, so enjoy.

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  5. I am sorry I came in late in the discussion, Dan was saying something about 'Shoeless Joe Jackson'

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