Thursday, November 11, 2010

Stuff...


There’s nothing more intimidating than a blank page.  Well, that and a bunch of ninjas in an alley.  Or how about ninjas in an alley singing Neil Diamond? That would be intimidating…or funny.  See, that helped get over my fear of the blank page.

So now there is writing on my page…and Neil’s Cracklin Rosie in my head.  Really, that’s the song I get stuck with?  No wonder why I’m a bit loopy.   Well that and the barrels of coffee I drink.  We were actually at Target yesterday (great segue, huh) buying coffee and creamer.  We spent $28 dollars on it.  3 different types of coffee and 2 different flavors of creamer.  I should mix them all together and get Pumpkingmochacoconutmacaroon.  I wonder how that would taste…

Since I’m mixing things together, I want to write a few words about the greatest mix ever (well aside from the Lady Gaga/Michael Buble duet CD):  the Turducken!  It’s almost time of the year for it.  I’m thinking of dropping the chicken from it and replacing it with red meat.  It would be called the Turduckcow.  I think that would be turductasty tasty.  And fried, with bacon.  That would the ultimate tasty meal.  Oh, and topped with cheddar cheese! 

I should have stopped writing after the first paragraph.  Because now I’m hungry AND have Neil Diamond stuck in my head.  Maybe I’ll go take a nap and clear my thoughts.  Wait, can’t do that, I have drank way too much caffeine…


**sorry, this was a pointless post**  ;-)

7 comments:

lgsquirrel said...

Neil Diamond has an interesting concoction too ......porcupine pie and vanilla soup.

Lemon Stand said...

I've had problems of late with blank screens and micro-ninja microbes... Sigh. Don't ask. On the bright side though? I feel happier now... I'm not the only one with a lame post containing Ninjas. ;o)

LesleyG said...

Talking about bacon almost makes it worth the Neil Diamond. :)

meleah rebeccah said...

I truly love the way you write Michael.

Pumpkingmochacoconutmacaroon flavored coffee sounds like it might actually be good!

And I am all for bacon & cheddar cheese on top of your Turduckcow!

And gee, thanks, now I have Neil Diamond stuck in my head too!

Michael C said...

You guys are too kind!!!!!

cmk said...

If I didn't first read it here, then I don't know HOW I found out about the bacon-covered turkey. ;) http://www.seriouseats.com/2007/11/bacon-wrapped-turkey-recipe.html

You certainly make me smile. :D

And WHY was my word verification STENTS?????

xlpharmacy said...

you have a clever idea. Also I tried to distract to think something different or imagine something different.