Sunday, August 7, 2016

Attempting to eat a giant sandwich on a wall

This week's highlights were not very exciting. Maybe my standards for exciting are too high these days.

I got credit line increases on two credit cards, it rained several nights this week, the candy dispenser in my office ran out of candy because I forgot to buy some last week (I purchased double the normal amount at the grocery store today to fill it up), I received my mail-in ballot for the primary election, and I ordered some pants online. If that wasn't enough, I spent several hours outside in the 100 degree weather doing yard work today and I can't skip over the excitement on Friday of eating a California Burrito from Paco's. Does all of that qualify as exciting? Maybe it does.

All together now:  Wooooooooooooo for exciting.

I was excited because Anthony did go with me today to eat Sunday dinner and buy groceries. He didn't go with me for a couple of weeks so it was nice to have him back.

That calls for an extra Woooooooooooooooo.

My dinner date at eegee's enjoying a lime eegee.
It turned his tongue green.
In unrelated news, he spilled ranch dressing
on the shirt in this photo eating his fries.

Our dinner at eegee's

If only this sandwich was real...

This Western Refining truck was delivering fuel to the
Fry's gas station next door to eegee's at Broadway and Pantano.
They're supporting law enforcement one flammable truck load
of fuel at a time.
And, you're reading it right... unleaded is $1.75 a gallon.

We hit DQ at Broadway and Sarnoff for dessert.
This is my hot fudge sundae.

Anthony ordered a Peanut Buster Parfait at DQ.
He brought an eegee's menu into DQ to read
but he never ended up reading it.

Batman and Superman cereals at Walmart Neighborhood Market.
Batman eats chocolate strawberry and Superman eats
Caramel Crunch.

Cottage cheese left with the yogurt.

Garlic spread left with the bread.
(this one actually kind of makes sense)

Corn chips touching it's toe (or corner) to the floor.

Dog food and a candle left with the Swiffer dusters.

Dr. Pepper spill in the soda aisle.
(the top part of the spill kind of looks like
the shape of the state of Tennessee)