Sisto forgot to mention the carrot shreds and basmati rice to the cauliflower, broccoli and tofu simmer, it was butter chicken sauce, but no chicken. I think it was more of a very mild curry, but I kicked it up just a little with some hot sauce. Leftover dinner from a night or two ago, very yummy. Perfect late lunch to warm the tummy on a cold winter day.
Harold behind the scenes holding the phone steady, and munching on a bit of rice.
Simple observation: it is hard to believe that it has been approximately two years since we have eaten any takeout or dine in restaurant food. We used to go out for Sushi, Pizza, Thai, or Chinese at least once a week pretty much since I moved here and married my sweetheart.
Without hyperbole, I seriously wonder when (or if) we will ever dine somewhere that isn’t our house or the in-laws. I am thankful that the four of us are passable (me) to superior (mrs) cooks.
Current mood has been up and down. Squirrel cam and swampwalks have helped a great deal.
The U.S. has reported a record single-day number of daily Covid cases, with more than 1 million new infections.
A total of 1,082,549 new coronavirus cases were reported Monday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, as the highly infectious omicron variant continues to spread throughout the country and beyond.
The U.S. also has the highest seven-day average of daily new cases in any country tracked by Johns Hopkins.
Nice card from bro letter from DC and JCGift card for Chesapeake’s Bounty (local farm grocery) Moose munch Partners boardgame KawfeeChoc covered Oreos Choc covered pretzels Bourbon pecansBurger time tiny arcade! Kolchak vs zuni sticker Animal crossing hello kitty amiibo cards Spinch switch game Mega construx motu roton vs battle cat Mystic market boardgame Big brain academy switch Pourable silicone rubber for molds New battery 2pack
Homemade Stuffed mothman Bigfoot under glass Hand Knitted Afghan, and pattern! Lubbers lens disappearing lens!Kolchak tshirt Amazon gift cart Special dark candy bar
Nex illumi led light strip
Pikmin 3 switch Turnip boy commits tax evasion for switch Mix and pour liquid plastic Nosferatu 8″ action figure Bear Water bottle Power works wx240L screwdriver
Devastated to learn a friend that is a teacher of math at a private school and mostly left-leaning has fallen hook line, and sinker for the anti-vax movement lead by RFK Jr. Both he and his wife have always been susceptible to nonsense of that sort, and I fear that he s suffering in no small part from being in an information bubble. I would only be saddened if it were just them, but seeing as he teaches hundreds of high school kids in person.
Vaccine deniers aren’t just a problem by the uneducated or MAGA crowd. They are a part of it, but there are folks like over the political and social spectrum who are problematic as we enter our third year of dealing with this situation, and I want to know what we can do differently to handle those who are actively acting to hurt the rest of our population.
Paula M. von Berg of Plymouth, passed away unexpectedly at home on December 3, 2021 at the age of fifty-three. She was the beloved daughter of William and Carolynn (Meal) von Berg; loving fiancé of David Boucher; cherished sister of William von Berg, Jr. of Cambridge, David von Berg and his wife Karen of Maryland and Christina von Berg and her fiancé Andrew Guarino of Plymouth; aunt of Darby, Katelyn and Evangeline. She leaves her aunt Valerie Nelligan and her husband Robert.
Paula was born on July 24, 1968 in Quincy. She attended Plymouth schools and was a 1986 graduate of Plymouth-Carver High School. She enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles and watching westerns. She was an immense fan of Clint Walker and James Arness who starred as cowboys in in her favorite movies such as Gunsmoke and Wagon Train. Paula had a soft spot for all animals but she especially loved rabbits and her beloved dogs; “Bandit” and “Chewie”. She always looked forward to the Christmas season when she could drive around and look at all light displays. Paula had a good heart and will be dearly missed by all who loved her.
A period of visitation will be held on Saturday, December 11, 2021, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Cartmell Life Celebration Funeral Home, 150 Court Street, Plymouth. In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations be made to the Town of Plymouth Animal Shelter, 2199 State Road, Plymouth, MA 02360. For more information or to sign the online guestbook please visit www.cartmelldavis.com.
She was about six months my senior, and I haven’t spoken with her in ages. Apparently she had numerous medical issues that caused her pain, both physical and mental.
We were great friends when I was a kid, I loved her and David to pieces, but when we moved away, we lost touch. Cousin David is fairly close to where I live now, we need to get together when it is safe to do so.
Rest in peace, Paula. I will always remember you fondly.
Psionic tympani, craniomantic amulets, adding the Eighth Corner, qabalistic imprinting of the Mark of Cain, memory engrailment, worship of the Nazca sky-gods who built Sachsahuayman — the question isn’t why drill a hole in your head, but why haven’t you done it yet?