Last night I wasn't sure why I picked up the can of Spaghettios. Maybe it was intuition. The orthodontist made some adjustments and my teeth have been increasingly sore since then. Thankfully, this meal requires no chewing.
Super Bowl is taking over Dallas and outlying areas - starting with the vacant lot next to where I park at work. Here you can see construction trailers and the frame of a big pavilion in which they're building the "Beach Bowl," one of a bunch of events surrounding the game. I'm going to laugh pretty hard if it's freezing when they have the beach out there.
I've been saving this one for a slow day. Funny for how many things we don't read the directions. I knew you could choke by inhaling powdered sugar off a lemon bar, but had never thought about marshmallows being a threat.
Jen and Tom get points today, both for a yummy dinner and for a hilarious box of tea: Erase Your Past tea "because don't we all have something we'd like to forget? The caption above the 1950s housewife says, "I only shot him once."
The sprinklers in this median next to a road I drive on were left on, and this morning the grass looked as if someone had dumped out a truckload of ice. The flowerbed there looked a bit like an ice rink.
The weather today would give no hint that tomorrow it's supposed to hover near freezing all day and have either rain, "wintry mix" or snow. Perhaps those are the first clouds of the cold front in the back there.
When the waitress asked if I wanted my curry spicy I said yes. I don't think they did the automatic conversion to "non-native" - I thought my head was going to begin smoldering. Yummy though. On the humorous side, Michael says the way the serve rice in a cone shape reminds him of Madonna's stage wear.
Taking so many photos has really made me appreciate the shapes and curves of everyday things, especially the many ways tree branches look against the changing sky. (It's a good thing, since most trees are very bare, or well on their way to being there.)