It’s Not Over

November 17th 2006 / 1 minute to read

First off, I love Daughtry, just saying.

It’s been a long week, not much has gone on but the time has dragged by a bit. So this morning I am discussing with my Heather that I was trying to make myself like oranges. I love limes, I love lemons, can’t stand orange or grapefruit or any other citrus really. I don’t know why. This morning though, my son basically FORCED a clementine into my breakfast/lunch bag so I ate it and gagged the whole way. It just *shudder* I don’t like it. Am I the only one that loves lemons and limes but can’t stand other citrus fruits?

I am drinking coffee, black, one of the guys got it for me bwahah.

I have no clue what I will cook on Thanksgiving since I’ve done the big turkey thing the last couple of years and really don’t want to do that this year. I am pondering a lasagna which I haven’t made in a very long time. Any suggestions for an alternative to the traditional big turkey dinner?

I haven’t been chatty lately, I need to work on that.

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Mmm, I love lemons and limes.  But I also love oranges.  I rarely eat any of them, though, because I am waaaay to lazy to go through the work of peeling one, and I never have a knife around that’ll slice.

As for alternative thanksgiving food…it’s not much different, but chicken?  Slightly less work, it seems.  Or skip the meat entirely!  Lasagna sounds like it would be fun, just because it’s not traditional.  Ohh, maybe some sausage/bratwurst type things?  That seems like it would go well with other types of Thanks food (if you’re doing traditional sides).

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