A little of this and a whole lotta nothing.

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The husband and I reluctantly stopped at a tourist-centric restaurant last week which is something we try hard to avoid. Why do we dislike the tourist places? The seafood is usually sub par, ( it was ) the decor is usually tacky ( plastic lobsters, fake fishing nets) and the menu usually contains pictures they think tourists want to see.

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This is the world’s largest lobster roll, it sells for $100 and if you finish the whole thing by yourself? You’re made a member of the clean plate club. But that picture? Just… no.

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Required photo of Lord Dudley Mountcatten watching a flock of starlings.

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Finally…. An advent calendar I can get behind. Or under as the case may be.

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It poured the other night and as you can see…. the husband’s latest roof repair did not hold up. And if that wasn’t bad enough, my latest patch job turned out to be perfect for funneling water down the wall and creating liquid filled bubbles. This has been going on so long I’m tempted to just wrap the house in plastic and call it good.

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I’ve been known to have an epiphany or two while drinking, but wine that tastes God? That’s a whole other ball of wax.

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Color me surprised. I had absolutely no idea.

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22 thoughts on “A little of this and a whole lotta nothing.”

  1. Regarding your last section, I have no idea how Wonder Bread has now lasted a full hundred years! It is the pastiest (no, I did not misspell “tastiest”) bread on the market, and has next to no food value. If it is possible to have a racist bread, Wonder Bred it is.

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      1. My father fed it to me as a child, once. He always bought whatever was on sale, and one week it was Wonder Bread. Even he could not eat it. We fed it to the birds. What they thought I have no idea.

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  2. Ah! Wonder Bread! Rolled up whatever the white stuff in the center was and have ‘fights’ with friends and then get yelled at by mothers for wasting ‘food’ and to get the floor cleaned BEFORE we had to eat that ‘white whatever’ off the floor!!!

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  3. Wow, still struggling with leaking roof huh? I’m with “Lies Jack Kerouac” because I have four skylights in my house and found that the one in the main bathroom began to leak when it rained for months this summer. It really works, I only used less than half a gallon to do a quick patch job and now, n

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  4. How annoying! Is it every time it rains or only sometimes? I’m wondering if checking the direction the rain is coming from will help to ascertain where to look. It might not be coming from above, but from a particular side? I know my entrance floods when the rain comes from the south west.

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