October 22, 2004

Is it Noon Yet?

Then I am not getting up. At least I don't feel like getting up. I feel like curling into bed between the sheets and just sleeping the day a way.

This whole week has been like that; maybe I've pricked my finger on a spindle and exhausted rather than a hundred years sleep has descended. I could use that 100 years sleep though. I got a good look at my face this morning ---not pretty. My brain feels all foggy too. I guess it was good that I couldn't post yesterday. I couldn't even view my site or other mu.nu. sites. I hate the internet sometimes.

Anway, yesterday's dinner was mac and cheese, something I generally make for everyone else but don't eat myself. But I was in the need for some comfort food and had a plateful. Which leads me to this question;

What is your favorite comfort food?

Posted by Rachel Ann at October 22, 2004 06:03 AM

Macaroni and cheese, or vermacelli with butter and salt!

Posted by: Kris at October 23, 2004 02:18 AM

Chili. Used to be Chinese food before the low carb thing but chili will never die.

Posted by: RP at October 23, 2004 02:49 PM

Baked, (not microwaved) potato with melted cheese and butter. We ate these with baked beans about five nights a week in the early days. So it's romantic/nostalgic comfort too. And it's cheap!

Posted by: Sally at October 23, 2004 05:44 PM

I'm confused. I was talking about whole baked potatoes, in their skins. I really wouldn't serve soggy chips, Rachel-Ann. Darn this language barrier! Should I have said "Jacket Potatoes"?

Posted by: Sally at October 23, 2004 07:40 PM

To end some confusion here; I replied to Sally via email, but it still had the willowtree as subject. I thought I read the word chips in there...my dyslexia acting up. Sally, you wrote fine, no language barrier the problem was my eyes. Via my e-mail (I get the comments delivered to my e-mail) the word cheap and potato are close to each other, and the word cheap moved up from underneath to beside the word potato. I don't think that makes sense to anyone who doesn't understand dyslexia. Usually I can catch a problem because what I am reading makes no sense, so I know I've either missed a few words or a sentence, or that I've read a word below as coming next. Then I go over it a couple of times till it makes sense. But potato cheap I read as potato chip and that makes sense so I didn't catch my mistake.

Posted by: Rachel Ann at October 23, 2004 08:36 PM
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