Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Several things worth mentioning... or not...

Work is busy.

My neighbors just got the cutest 8 week old chocolate Lab puppy and I want to steal him. I think they’d notice though when they saw him over the fence.

I passed a woman in the hall who was wearing the same perfume as an old babysitter of mine that I haven’t seen (or smelled) since I was about 6. Isn’t it strange how scents can bring back memories like that? Songs do the same thing for me.

I went to lunch with one of our regional managers yesterday and had a salad that had spinach in it. I now think I have E. Coli even though I’m not exhibiting any symptoms.

Train Guy and I were craving BW3s so badly (we both frequented them while living in Ohio; me for work, him for college – another random overlap thing between us) that we looked up where the closest one was, Bear Delaware, and drove there (over an hour) for dinner over the weekend. We BINGED. 50 wings between the two of us, potato wedges, black and bleu burger and ribs. We ate it all under 30 minutes and I had to drive home because TG thought his stomach was going to explode. I, of course, felt fine even though I exceeded the average yearly consumption of fat of the entire state of Pennsylvania in that half hour.

The Neighborhood is now watching The Wire on Sundays at 7 PM (DVDs to catch up) instead of The Sopranos. I really like it but it took awhile to be able to understand the “accents.” We also got stromboli again and I pigged out. That was two huge, disgustingly fattening meals in one weekend and I think I gained 10 pounds. E. Coli might not be such a bad thing to catch. Or do you just “get” E. Coli?


Blogger Big Pissy said...

Your life sounds so awesome!

Great guy, great neighbors, great food to share with the neighbors and the guy.... ;-)

AND you're pretty, thin and young!

Ok....I'm leaving now.

I'm making myself sick. :(

September 19, 2006 8:11 PM  
Blogger E said...

I love you, Big Pissy. With all my heart.
I must admit, I do have a pretty good life... KNOCK ON WOOD. I am very lucky and I know it.

September 20, 2006 8:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you can't catch it, you're right, you just get it, hope you're safe, and the food sounds so YUM!

September 20, 2006 10:19 AM  

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