BBBC 7 – 9 / Catching up again

Well this time I only missed three days.  Last time I missed four.  Sadly, last time I had a good excuse.  This time it’s just because by the time I get home from work and the gym, I’m so fried all I want to do is sit.

Not today though.  Let’s go!

BBBC 7 – Vegetable

As hilarious as I think I am, I’ll resist the temptation to list hot dogs or ice cream as my favorite vegetable.  My real favorite is part of pizza though.  I love tomatoes.

extras-for-breakfast-rolls.pngOh man… I love tomatoes!  I love getting a nice juicy one.  As Alton Brown says… heavy for its size.  Then, I’ll pull the core out with a knife and cut it into fat slabs.  Sprinkle some big chunks of sea salt on there and voila!  Delicious!

Tomatoes, when paired with mozzarella cheese, basil and balsamic vinegar also makes a tasty dish.

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BBBC 8 – Three pictures you’ve never shared

Oh… this could be dangerous.  Let’s fire up the Photos app on the computer and see what we get.

For christmas one year, I asked for and got this sampling keyboard.  I had been inspired by Ferris Bueller and the scene where he played his burps and farts.  Everyone around me was sooo pleased!

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Here is the first time I ever rode a horse.  I don’t think the horse was particularly happy.  I know I didn’t much care for it.  I think the next time the family went, I stayed behind.

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Here is the exact moment where I realized I’d given up trying to be cool.  September 27, 2013.  Just look at that.  It’s mesmerizing.  I mowed the lawn like that.  In public.  And I didn’t care.

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BBBC 9 – Strange thing you believed as a kid

What did I believe as a kid that would be considered strange?  I guess, since my mom was a nurse and saw all kinds of horrible things, I believed that motorcycles were an immediate death sentence.  I really never gave it much of a thought.  It was only later in life (when I began to rebel and question things) that I considered getting a bike.

I don’t have many regrets in life, but I regret not getting into motorcycling earlier.

 

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