A Lot Like Last Year
Shasta, Monday afternoon
Shasta, Tuesday afternoon
been a great time to take pictures. I have been taking more pictures
than I have been posting lately, but I think that’s great. I hang on to
the foolish idea that I will have a treasure trove of material to draw
upon for future stories and photo illustrations.
John finished the finish for the iPod Touch stand, and even put a cork bottom on it. I
started taking some pictures of it to use in an upcoming pt 2 video
about the stand. The finish has more life than what appears in this
image, so I will try some variations of lighting until an image shows
the energy radiating from within.
daffodils that grow out of the gravel on the west side of ‘A’ building
have bloomed in the past two days. They add a nice splash of color to
the gray rocks.
I am including a couple of dinners that I enjoyed. The one above being Michael Angelo’s frozen
vegetable lasagna. I have written about these little satisfying entrées
before, but they have become something of a staple in my freezer, so
here is another serving.
The next image
is of me, eating mandarin orange chicken. One of the women working at
Trader Joe’s was stocking the freezer section with packages, and
suggested I try it.
in the freezer, here at home for a week or so, until I was shopping at Trader Joe’s when, for the third time I encountered the same woman. She
asked me for the third time if I had cooked it. So, when I got home, I took out the
bag and read the instructions. It had frozen battered chicken chunks and
sauce packets inside.
packets contained stuff I wouldn’t want to put in my system, so I threw
them out and poured half the bag of chicken chunks onto my combination
pizza and baking pan. I preheated the oven to 400, put in the pan of
chicken, (actually corn and suffering in the shape of a chicken), cooked
it for 19 minutes, and discovered it was pretty good.
I will eat the other half of the bags contents some other time, maybe.
Today’s Somewhat Appropriate Video;
What A World