Tuesday, May 5, 2015

My Smokehouse Turkey stuck to the box

Anthony and I did our usual Sunday dinner and grocery shopping a few days ago. But, like many stretches in my life, I realized today that I downloaded the photos from my camera and didn't get them posted. Where in the heck does time go?

My one motivation for winning the lottery still remains -- so I could realize my dream of taking pictures all day, share them with the universe via this blog, and my rent would be paid. Don't get me wrong, I still love the work I do in television and media. But I have wondered approximately a million times how much I'd be able to do if this was more than a hobby. It's fun to think about.

Hopes and dreams are always good to have.

Empty Arby's dining room
at Speedway and Pantano.
I guess most people use the drive thru these days.

Pretty sunset as seen through
the window blinds at Arby's

Anthony's chicken sandwich at Arby's
that also included pecans and grapes.
It's a salad between two slices of bread.

Anthony's fries

I ordered a Smokehouse Turkey sandwich
and it was really delicious.
I ate the part that stuck to the box, too.

Arby's Potato Cakes.
I've loved these since I was a kid
and tried them for the first time
at the closest Arby's to where I
lived, a 120 mile trip to Lincoln, Nebraska.
I'm glad they're still around decades later.

Fresh Hummus Co. Olive Hummus
at the Broadway and Camino Seco
Walmart Neighborhood Market.
It looks like chunky poo in the middle.

Pop Tarts Chocolatey Strawberry
Limited Edition pastries.
The microwave directions are awesome:
You only have to nuke 'em 3 seconds
and they're ready.

Lance Bolds Cracker Sandwiches
A miracle of modern science!
They get that delicious bacon cheeseburger
on the right and turn it into a cracker
on the left. How do they do it?

Hey Mr. Clean, I want my look back.

Yoohoo! Anthony!
I found something for you.