It’s that time again. You know, it’s time to make lemonade out of lemons! Or, as in the case of my kitchen, it’s time to make yogurt out of almost expired whole milk! To each her own, right?
Today’s comment of the week is from Gilles in reply to Victorious Sixth Place:
I’ll point out that Fireworks in Leesburg destroys all the other options, hands down. Just sayin’. 😉
And I’LL point out that I’m not out to be the best (at least not in this instance *wink*). All I want is for my pizza to be good enough to satisfy one boy and one husband, both mine. The way I see it, if I can leave the crust in the fridge for Brian on Wednesday mornings (I don’t leave the salon before 8PM on Wednesdays), then he can assemble the sauce, cheese and toppings with Bennett every Wednesday night. An adorable tradition. Who doesn’t love putting on their own toppings, ya know? Now if I could just get the guys to appreciate anchovies…
And brace yourself for our Spam of the Week. It comes from الفياجرا على الإنترنت بدون وصفة طبية عامة in reply to Dear Spam/Comment of the Week:
The main cause behind this trouble is sometimes pro-longed illness but at other times, it is stress and wrong habits that one may be suffering from. But now-a-days, in the age of science and technology, you will get a lot of new inventions and new new things.
Remember to always talk first with a health care professional when considering treatment like Viagra soft tabs.
Dear الفياجرا على الإنترنت بدون وصفة طبية عامة,
Just so ya know, I don’t consult that much with health care professionals (unless you count my neighbor, Karen). No, I consult with my clients… All of ’em. The beauty of my business is that when I’m considering ANYTHING, it takes about two days to poll the masses and make up my mind.
But Viagra? I mean… well… I don’t want to imply too much, but we did just have a baby. I think our parts work effectively.
I am, however, intrigued by your reference to “new new things.” Why stop at “new” when it can be “new new?!” Then again, is anything really new? Or is everything just a reinvention of an old idea? If something can be “new new,” can something be “old old?” And if it can be “old old,” can it be “present present?”
cover vs. over
over vs. lover
power vs. lower
lower vs. tower