Last week, my former-nemesis-now-friend Todd Yezefski brought his
This past Sunday was of course Easter. (I was told the earliest Easter since 1818 and the next one this early will be well past our lifetime in the 2200s!) Mayo and I played host to Robbie, Mayo’s brother Gehn, and our
Here’s a sweet story… about candy. People sometimes talk about buying candy after the holidays – Halloween for example is obviously a big one and I’d guess that Easter is another post holiday candy coma waiting to happen. I’ve never actually participated in this ritual, but finding myself at Wal-Mart the day before Easter and the day after, I realize that people go NUTS buying out their candy. They went from stocked shelves to virtually empty, with their “All Candy $0.77” signs. By weight, it’s cheaper than dirt and twice as delicious. I’m embarrassed to admit that although I didn’t buy anything at The-Mart, I returned home and walked to our local grocery store and bought a massive bag of Easter M&Ms for $1.01 and four Cadbury eggs for a quarter apiece. It was too good to pass up.
Having Roberto Carlos in town was a blast – two weeks of good riding, good food, and cozy living. Our “two bedroom” apartment is a misnomer, with a combined area of about 37 square feet. In this shot, he’s creating Cheerio-and-Craisin-Krispie-Treats… just like Rice-Krispies! He’s very clever and opted for the microwave in round two, instead of the messy stove top cooking. Alas, it was no help.
And in iamtedking tradition, I’ll end with a brief story about Scrabble. The three of us played Scrabble, which is even more fun than the heated two player battles Mayo and I have. Here is my collection of letters at one low point in the game: E E I I I O O R R
(Yes, nine letters. It’s called Speed Scrabble. Yes, we’re dorks.)