Friday, August 18, 2006

Friday's Feast






What color is your car?

My car, Indy, is “A Small Blue Thing

If you could wake up tomorrow with full training in another occupation and a job in that field, what would it be?

Hmmm. I can think of three offhand:

Wrestling Commentator
Queen of England

How many times in your life have you had the flu (or something similar)?

Enough times that I now get a flu shot every year.

Main Course
What is something that has happened to you this week that you didn't expect?

I found deer teeth marks in some of my green tomatoes! *expletive deleted!*

How old were you when you had your first kiss?

I let a boy kiss me behind my grandfather’s garage when I was about twelve, then we rode our bikes and climbed trees.


Wystful1 said...

Hmmmmmmmmmm Queen of England huh. Interesting.

Great feast.

Mine's served.

Paperback Writer said...

Wouldn't you want to be a wrestling diva? Or do you just want Lilian Garcia's job? ;)

Osquer said...

PW, no, I want Jerry "The King" Lawler's Job!

Perhaps "wrestling commentator" would be a better description than "announcer". Think I'll edit that.


Your soup is very interesting. Queen of England would be the best.
Your dessert is cute.
Thanks for stopping by.

Ghost said...

I've never met anyone who wanted to be Queen of England before. Nice to meet you. Have a great Friday! Cheers.

Osquer said...

Hey, my site is haunted! Cool! Welcome, Ghost!

Nice to see you again, Wystful 1 and Friday's Child!

Bea said...

wrestling comentator? lmfo

Anonymous said...

Queen of England, that's nice. You could still be commentator of wrestling matches in your spare time ... Imagine yourself with a big fancy hat and microphone in hand.

Nice feast.


Osquer said...

That would be great, Janine, I could do that to unwind between space flights!

Yoshi said...

I love your feast! Queen of England indeed!

Great feasting!

Jo said...

Deer teeth marks in your tomato? I didn't know deer would eat tomatos.... or maybe they don't, huh? Interesting feast!

Osquer said...

I think they like the plants better than the fruit. I was actually angrier with them for wasting the fruit that they bit but didn't eat! I'm sure they consumed some, though. The plants aren't decimated, but still! Grrrrr! I've sprayed nasty tasting stuff on the plants now. I had to deal with this problem at a previous home. The secret is to teach them my garden tastes bad. After that, they should leave it alone. (Hopefully!)

Margaret said...

Bad Deer! Gotta make him the next Main course. "Venison anyone?" Great feast. -M

eph2810 said...

Thank you so much for your invitation to dine at your table.

I have to agree with Wystful - "Queen of England" - interesting...
I get the flu because of the flu-shot. Glad it works for you.

ribbiticus said...

awwww...unforgettable dessert, huh? dining feast is up finally! ;)

Skunkroot said...

I found deer tooth marks in my green tomatoes this morning too! (I found this blog while looking for a picture of deer tooth marks online :-) The deer apparently got caught in the plant and uprooted the whole thing trying to get away. At least he managed to get untangled from the metal wire frame.