Sometimes working in a crowded city has its perks. One gets to see wacky sites. I work across the street from the Nasdaq building. And Sears had a ginormous snow globe with people inside decorating in front of it. I don't know why. Then I saw a clear truck with a big Starbuck coffee cup advertising their new holiday flavors. Also the Navy had a concert trying to recruit people. Cause you know all Naval officers do is have rock concerts.
The weekend was good ran errands, cleaned, did laundry. The usual chorey stuff. We also saw Chicken Little. It started out slow, had its funny moments and picked up at the end. Overall I wouldn't say it was great a bit more disappointing. If you haven't seen it yet, wait till its out on video. After the movie we came back home and watched Wonderfalls on disc. It was such a good show. So sad it's over. Stupid Fox. I hate that network more each day. They have also cancelled Arrested Development. I'm boycotting American Idol this year.
We tried two more versions of the Curry in A Hurry (as I am calling it now). Not to be confused with Curry in A Hurry in Manhattan. And they were just as delicious. We tried Dal Palak which is Bengal grams, green grams chopped spinach in a flavorful sauce. And Kashmiri Rajma, red kidney beans cooked in tomatoes sauce, onions, garlic and other herbs. The beans were a bit too sweet for me. But I highly recommend this brand if you can get your hands on it! I could have sworn I had three more left. But I can only find two. Hmmm. Could I have eaten one and forgotten?
Niel's and I also baked some cupcakes to help him (who was pitching in and making pancakes with his former Boy Scout Troop). As always there was a lot of lovely baked goods, two long tablesworth. Everything sold, thankfully. I even learned how to make color sugar. All it takes is food coloring. I was so happy it worked the first time I tried.
Does anyone know what does "Getting My Irish Up" mean? Niel's cousin said she had her "Irish up" and then I heard some stranger(the same week) say to another guy "Don't get your Irish up". Niel and I have been saying it to another and than laughing.
I also read Walmart is making a store in Colorado that is economically friendly. I guess it's a start.
Last but not least wrestling fans say goodbye to Eddie Guerrero