What Happened Midway: After I did a couple of errands, I stopped by Ann's store (Paradise) to say hello. Linda and Francie told me I was just in time to help move a fridge...or two. It would have been done but of course, on an awkward turn, the walls were too narrow in the hallway. Take off the fridge doors or 'enlargen' the hallway? We went for the doors, though the potential Two Sisters Demo team should really have been going for the sledgehammer.
One fridge in, one fridge out, one freezer moved to the porch for sale (need a freezer?) Linda thanked us, with a pizza offer for later on, hey, it was a deal! Go to say hi, get some exercise and free pizza? What's not to like?
The first thing that caught our eye on the specials blackboard was the Wasabi Ceasar Salad, yep, we'd get one built for three people. And ok, the Oasis pizza looked good, but how about some pepperoni on that too (I decided not to push my luck asking for anchovies, becoming convinced that I'm going to have to carry them around like sushi snobs do sauce).
The salad was perfecto. Just enough wasabi to brush it into a higher gear of Ceasarness. And the pizza? Well, three old ladies, who have eaten a fair share of pizza, declared it one of the best pizzas they'd ever had. For true! What's on an Oasis pizza beside spinach, and in this case pepperoni? Good cheese, and uh...I'll have to get back with you on that. I only know I ate three slices, topping my normal one slice, and it was all good, including the crusty edge. Thanks mucho, Linda, I'll help you move a fridge any time. Next year.
I have no idea why I didn't take a photo of it, but I think it was because it just seemed to want to be eaten very, very now!
|But our plates looked like this! |
photo credit: unknown
|This Mama hen got a wee bit too close to Ms. Horse's hay - with a swipe of that big head, |
the chicken took brief flight, unaided by wings. It didn't stop her from dining nearby.
It is windy out there this morning! The sun is just touching the edges of the clouds in gold.
Have a Funday Sunday! Do something sea-worthy.