MY DAILY CALENDAR…DAY 197 – JULY 16, 2013

MY CALENDAR – TUESDAY, DAY 197: Yesterday while visiting the blog-site of a friend, I saw a photo of a pork chop and cornbread dinner plate and became ravishingly hungry. Luckily I had this waiting on the windowsill.DSCF0526

It wasn’t sitting on the windowsill sliced. I had just brought it home from the store the day before, and my mother told me to never refrigerate a fresh home-grown tomato until it has been sliced. So I grabbed the tomato and soon I was eating a fantastic BXT sandwich … the manna of summer eating. Actually, it was a BXT because I forgot to pick  up when I bought the and T. The tomato was sweet and juicy, proving that the tomato really is a fruit and not a vegetable. The sandwich was to die for! (The first of a couple more to follow.) Then I spent the rest of the day vacuuming, scrubbing and cleaning the house.  Don’t really have anything planned for today. But since it is the first day of McDonald’s Monopoly game, I might just drop in for a Big Mac for lunch.

MY ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – TINY OWLSDSCF0529

As you can see from the folding instructions, this project only requires a half sheet of folding paper. So in the spirit of waste not/want not, I guess I might as well make two owls for the price of one.

DSCF0534For some reason these owls have a very evil look. So why didn’t they save them for Halloween? I probably will. Note: it was a real b_tch folding the owl’s tiny talons.

The sort of cast any evil aura on me … forcing me to post this Mensa Puzzle where you only have to come up with two consonants to solve the entire crossword puzzle. Good luck!DSCF0542

 

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About Robert Edler

... a somewhat unknown and/or imaginary actor, writer, director, producer, photographer, friend, brother, uncle and all round good fellow that you really should get to know because he lives with that most glamorous fourpaw Mademoiselle Renee. (Mlle. Renee for short)

Posted on July 16, 2013, in MY DAILY CALENDAR and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I don’t know whether to be jealous of that homegrown tomato or scared of those owls. They’ll be great in October, you’re right!

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