Miscellany Monday

Jul 19, 2010

Miscellany Monday @ lowercase letters
{one} I'm watching Michael cook me dinner. He's doing a mighty fine job if you ask me. We're supposed to be having shrimp with Old Bay and a vegetable stir-fry type of thing. He cut up the veggies into big pieces so I could pick the stuff I like out more easily. Isn't that just sweet?

{two} I really am picky about vegetables. I don't mean to be. My taste buds might just possibly be genetically prone to hate good food and LOVE sugar and...well....crap. Out of the 3,000,000 types of vegetables, I like maybe 5 of them. maybe. BUT....I do have to give myself credit. I've decided I'll try anything once. So now I don't judge food on their looks or smell, but how they actually taste. Tonight's try? Avacado. One more thing to add to my dislike list. One day, I'm going to go to Africa and eat whatever they put in front of me and thank God for it. I promise. 

{three} The play list for Michael's cooking/me sitting in the kitchen blogging includes Flatt & Scruggs and Old Crow Medicine Show. Quite a nice atmosphere it's creating. I almost feel like two-steppin'. 

{four} I have plans tomorrow to go to Poplar Forest with Michael, his grandmother, and his dad. I'm looking forward to getting some great pictures. AND....reliving all those trips back and forth to Liberty on the weekends. Reminds me of a game I heard someone play once while looking out the window. "Tree.....tree....tree....grass....grass...guardraaaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllll.....tree...tree.." If you've ever driven 46o to Lynchburg you know exactly what I'm talking about. 
Afterwards, I'm going to visit my long-lost-best-friend Fain. I honestly can't wait to tell her what God's doing in my life and ask her if she thinks I really have all these psychological disorders just to hear her say, "you're normal, Kelsea". 

{five} This dinner is really starting to smell scrumptious. Shrimp, although not the healthiest seafood, is one of my favorite. I've even peeled and "de-pooped" them before. 

{six} I'm looking at my kitchen right now. (I'll have to give you a photo tour later) I feel so blessed to be able to live here and be where I am. At a time of HUGE uncertainty right now, I need to remember the blessings God gives. I may not be here for long, who knows. But for now, I'm thankful that I have somewhere to call a place of my own.

{seven} It is 6:29pm. The exact time that Michael wanted me to tell him so he knew when the veggies were done. Time to eat. :) This oughta be good.


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