Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Supper Respiratory Tract

This qualifies as the second real blooper of the school year, dear reader, a student's mother having suffered from an infection thereof. The first one was this: "My back porch is only parsley covered with a sliding glass door." Ouch. I'd hate to have to tape all that parsley to a glass door, sprig by sprig.

The supper tract is familiar to me, though. Right now I am in the foraging segment of my meal habits. Occasionally, I don't do my regular shopping at H-H-H [she chokes on the name] and have to search high and low in all the cupboards and pantry for something to call a meal. This is when I'm glad I live alone because my friends, the higher class ones, would blanch [if you're my student, that means turn pale].

Last night I struck gold when I remembered the Oscar Mayer weiners in the meat bin. Two pieces of white bread and voila!!!!

I have low standards. At least I didn't put Velveeta on it (the Arkansas state food). I don't buy Velveeta. I like to prance by it and pretend I don't see it. I cut Velveeta dead.
But I think about it sometimes. Late at night when the standards dip even further.
Off to school.
A bientot
love,
becky
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4 Comments:

At 11:52 AM , Blogger Rick Bylina said...

You need veggies on top of that hot dog. Onions, relish, and maybe 'shrooms.

-rick
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At 12:08 PM , Blogger beckymotew said...

You're right, Rick. BUt the fridge is bare right now. That's the trick of the foraging segment, to make do.

Sort of.

If that makes sense.

Thanks,
b

 
At 10:51 PM , Blogger sandman1 said...

"Supper respiratory tract" -- comedy gold! Wouldn't it be cool if someday when someone searches google for that they find this post listed, right under the part that says "did you mean: upper respiratory tract"?

I love how the Velveeta box says "Full of Health from Milk!" on it. I'll admit I have a box in my fridge, bought I don't know how long ago, that I can't bring myself to eat.

 
At 6:12 AM , Blogger beckymotew said...

SM, you must try it with white break in a bowl of tomato soup--yum!!!!

b

 

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