Doing Things I Normally Don’t Do

I am watching the Tour of Britain, after it has already concluded! I normally do not watch recorded sporting events but with no idea of who won (no spoilers!), a curiosity about the event, and the ability to stream each stage to my iPad thanks to the NBC Gold app, I am doing so.

Turkey Sandwich For Breakfast?
Yes, yes I did. This morning I ate the remainder of the turkey sandwich purchased from Kroger last night. The sub was huge and I was incapable of eating the entire thing for dinner, so I ate the remainder this morning for breakfast.

It was delicious.

ITP Flickr Pic
“We Have Reached A New Level Of Trust” (Atlanta, Georgia, United States)
We Have Reached A New Level Of Trust
Pictured in my side mirror is the neighborhood feral cat sleeping in my carport. She has been around for years, and for the first time yesterday did not run away went I went out to the car.

Domesticated Me
Today I need to catch up on the many day-to-day tasks that I’ve been ignoring — laundry, grocery shopping, etc. FUN! I’ve already eaten a large breakfast, as I mentioned above, so I may wait until early afternoon before doing laundry so that I can eat lunch, assuming I schlep my clothes up to the lavanderia on Buford Highway.

Tonight I will be returning to Terminal West for the Okkervil River show.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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7 Responses to Doing Things I Normally Don’t Do

  1. Steve says:

    Sitting at home, trying to work with a dead laptop because some dog chewed up the charger. Spliced it back together but still not working. May have to take a half day.

    Good meeting last night, mainly because it was fairly quick. With 2 meetings left, we’re just ready to go.

    Going to try a couple things with the charger before I throwin the towel.


  2. Barb says:

    I have no problem with a turkey sandwich for breakfast……….

    Went to The Chicken & The Egg last night out the west Cobb way to meet some friends – traffic SUCKED. took 20-25 minutes to get from the Square to the restaurant – should take 5 minutes. Found out it was Cobb restaurant week – excellent 3 course choices for $25.

    Sticks & Bones food party at Claire & Darrell’s tonight – I tried to make the bacon twists last night – came out ok, but not that great. But -its bacon, I think it will disappear tonight.

  3. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Oh yeah, Claire mentioned the party at Hartwell. Sounded fun but I will be at Terminal West.

  4. Stacy says:

    Barb, you can count on me to eat your bacon twists. 😀 I really wanted to do something clever for the party but I have been so brain dead lately and couldn’t come up with anything clever but “fruit” and that seemed kinda cheap. So I’m just making regular little pigs in blankeys snacks and sticking them on a stick! (Hey, who doesn’t like pigs in blankeys? Besides, these pigs have the cheese in them too.) I’m planning to go early so it’ll be good appetizer-like stuff.

    Have a few busy days coming up. Letting you know my schedule so you can plan these things for *next* week Paulie….hahaha. Tonight the dinner, tomorrow will be out at Bobby Dodd, Saturday going to do some stomping around Kennesaw Mtn. battlefield because my monthly zoner lunch is in Marietta that day. Anyone ever been to Nik’s Place? Apparently that’s where we’re going. No clue how good it is.

    Awwww, kitty! Do you feed him or anything?

  5. Barb says:

    Nik’s Place – good gyros.
    its smokey inside, they have a small deck.
    fun bands at night many times, but so smokey, I rarely go there.
    I drove past it last night on my way to dinner, had lots of time to look at the building since traffic wasn’t moving.

    Pigs-n-blankets are never a bad thing!!!! they will all be gone by the end of the night – guaranteed.
    We have some country style ribs that need to be cooked soon, if Allan has time, he may grill those and kabob them. Not sure what he’s up to, but we need to get started on the basement electrical & ceiling (& floor) because someday Mary & TJ will get on selling the East Cobb house, and we need to have a place for a pool table & a pinball machine.

  6. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    I have never fed the cat. My philosophy has been “you can stay on my property as much as you want, but you should be ridding the neighborhood of rodents”. She must be fed by others, as she never appears hungry nor begs me for food.

    Going to the Clemson v. Ga Tech game? Fun. Hank should be out there too, rooting for the team in orange and purple.

  7. Stacy says:

    I will be rooting for the team in orange and purple as well! 🙂

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