Monday, January 29, 2007

I still got it

It might have been ten years since I last made it, but I just put away a damn good tuna casserole. And by put away, I mean that I ate more than plenty and there is still several meals worth inthe fridge.

In other matters, an old friend of mine got married, so I discovered via myspace. He's one of the ones that i "lost" due to my aversion to Pot. It makes me sad. We've known each other since we were 15. And because I said he couldn't smoke it at y house, we are no longer speaking. In his defense, ther was only one person I know (other than his wife) in the pictures I saw, and that would be the other friend I lost due to my aversion to Pot. Those who say it's no big deal, those who say it's harmless have never said goodbye after half a lifetime of friendship. Have never watched as friends choose the drug over good steady well paying jobs that would support their growing families. This friend's new wife told me once that she would only change one thing about him. His dependance on pot. But since he is unbearbly grumpy without it, she lives with it. And that makes me sad. But it is the life she has chosen. I hope that I never compromise that for myself.

I sent her a message, congratulating her on her nuptuals and incomming child. I have not heard from her. That also makes me sad.

In other, other news, new crush out of the coffee shop. We shall call him either Officer Yummy, or Officer Hottypants (thanks joolie jootastic!) depending on my mood. There won't be very many stories as he is an officer of the law and cannot often come in during duty. But he's nice to look at, has a good job, and, is highly unlikely to be indulging in anything illegal during his off time. Nothing like a new crush to lift the spirits and help me look forward to long nights at the coffee shop!

5 comments:

Rich | Championable said...

I have never made a tuna casserole. I am hereby promising that, within two months, I shall change that.

Ginamonster said...

gonna hold you to it!!

Gary said...

I did a post on tuna casserole and found out not everyone likes it. But I do. I would cook it but it is a lot of trouble just for myself.

By the way, I hope your Officer turns out to be the next big thing. You never know...

NWJR said...

Here's hoping you'll someday be able to use the phrase,"Good evening, Officer Hottypants...how may I serrrrrve you" with a cute little purr in the privacy of your own abode.

Sensei Ern said...

You are turning into a real Flo from Alice's Diner. If you learn to say, "KISS MY GRITS!" with feeling, you got the job.