soft hands.

kb rules everything around me

I don't know what it is about Fridays that makes this team just...fall apart, but I (as well as the rest of my Season Ticket Crew) do know that they will win tomorrow in kick-ass fashion. Because tomorrow, the sun will shine dazzingly, Andy Pettitte will throw a perfect game (with one arm tied behind his back, his self-prescribed penance for HGH usage), and Alex Rodriguez, needing a homer for the cycle, will end the game with a walk-off grand slam, then round the bases atop a golden unicorn named Allegra, as Jesus and the ghosts of popes past share a high-five out in Monument Park, and declare how awesome it was that they decided on coming to the game over seeing Wicked for the fifth time, and hey, why not head to Stan's for a celebratory shot? And so inspiring will be the end result, that Steve Perry and the other members of Journey will decide to put their long-standing differences aside and reunite, just so they can write a stadium-anthem-quality song that totally captures the greatness that was the Yankees vs the Devil Rays on April 5, 2008.

know what doesn't rule everything around me? sandra lee. seriously. i want to know who saw her food network demo and thought, "THIS NEEDS TO BE ON THE AIR!" because whoever's responsible needs to be drawn and quartered. in happier news, she HAS inspired 4 pages of some of the greatest amazon.com tags in the history of this or any other times.
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  • I love ruling things. Makes me feel like royalty. Thank you!

    My mom loves Sandra Lee, mostly for the fact that her kitchen set is always decorated in nice fashion, lol. I will say she did have a great idea for corn on the cob -- use the package of "cheese" in a box of mac and cheese, mix with butter, and slather on the corn. It sounds weird, but it's actually good. Never been inspired to try anything else, though...

    By Blogger Karen, at 2:37 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • yer welcome kb <3!

    cheese powder or like the velveeta stuff? that does sound interesting. i watch sandy sometimes but in that way people stare at nasty accidents. the concept sounds great but she makes me want to cry. have you seen the episode where she did soul food? :O

    By Blogger lupe!, at 11:47 AM   <$BlogItemControl$>
  • Oh, no. There is no way you can do soul food in a "semi-homemade" kind of way. It kind of defeats the purpose!

    It was the powdery stuff. It's kind of a waste of macaroni, but it does taste good!

    By Blogger Karen, at 1:34 PM   <$BlogItemControl$>
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