Monday, January 15, 2007

This morning, Gus declared he was going to make "Banana Cream". This turned out to be mashed bananas with clementine segments on top. After making it, he informed me that this is "an old classic Martin Luther King treat".


Well, the Eagles lost but I did my part to prevent it. I posted the ding-dang picture! The Sixers are hopeless and not so much fun to watch now that AI and C-Webb are gone (though I am digging the way Andre Miller plays); I haven't followed the Flyers in 30 years; so hmmm....I wonder what's left to think about on the Philadelphia sports scene? Oh yeah.....maybe this?

Don't I need one of these signs? I think I do.

February 28 is the first spring training game, and everybody has to report a couple of weeks before that so the end of the Dark Time is in sight. Yippee!

5 Comments:

Blogger Liz K. said...

You are forgetting a true Philadelphia sports-fan tradition -- Big Five Basketball! This is my favorite time of year, and I finally make my maiden voyage to the Church of Big Five Ball, the Palestra, next weekend for Penn-St. Joes.

All the passion and personalities -- its all there!

5:23 PM  
Anonymous eric p said...

Jeff Garcia was Doug Flutie's back up at Calgary. 'nuff said. Iggles never had a chance....

5:28 PM  
Blogger CurlyGirl said...

I hope you are collecting all these delightful recipes. They can go in the Chucklehead Cookbook!

5:53 PM  
Blogger Mighty Momogus said...

Whoa - so many comments all of a sudden!

Liz - As a diehard Quaker (in every sense), I think the Palestra is my favorite place to see hoops. Once again, you make a mighty cogent point! Brace yourself for the time of your life!! (Go Penn!)

Eric - Hey, them's fighting words! Last week Garcia could have been elected Mayor. But I still love 5.

CG - believe me, I am collecting them! Maybe the Chucklehead Cookbook will pay for college!

6:39 PM  
Blogger NaturalBlonde said...

OR - the Chucklehead Cookbook will generate enough revenue to open the "Lazy Bakery"!!

10:29 AM  

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