Sad news

Today is a sad day over at the Gardensalad/GonnaEatThat household.  Marvin Gardensalad's grandmother died. She was approximately 797 years old. Seriously, girlfriend was old, and if her pictures from her youth are any indication, it seems like she had a full, fun life. But no one wanted to see her go. Grandma Sophie was about … Continue reading Sad news

There is a lot of “guess” in this one. No Guess jeans, tho.

Guess who's visiting? My father! He arrived last night. It was kind of a last-minute thing. Guess who loves to cook? That'd be my father. He is all up in cooking, and has all kinds of cooking gadgets that no one actually needs in real life. Anyway, since I had to work all morning, and … Continue reading There is a lot of “guess” in this one. No Guess jeans, tho.

Another good one? I like it when you see a lamp lit through a window.

Is there anything that inexplicably makes you all happy and cozy? Or really depressed? I once read that Gloria Steinem hated a radio playing in an empty room. Apparently that plummeted her into depression. I hate the sound of sporting events on TV. Ugh. Those whistles, the announcer, the crowd. I am depressed just writing … Continue reading Another good one? I like it when you see a lamp lit through a window.

Put off posting to persue pasta, pesto and pansies

Perhaps you're thinking, "I wonder if that June is ever gonna post anything today." Perhaps you are living your life and you hadn't even noticed I'd posted nothing today. Today was a busy day. There was very little health going on. Here is first thing this morning, when everyone jumped on the unmade bed. Did … Continue reading Put off posting to persue pasta, pesto and pansies

Riding the wagon wheel coffee table with Clark Gable

I am home from work, and Bitey the Pit Bull is in here with me. She is spread out on the concrete floor, cause why is it always so hot in the South? You never saw Scarlett O'Hara looking perspire-y, except for the day Atlanta fell, and anyone would be sweaty if your whole town … Continue reading Riding the wagon wheel coffee table with Clark Gable