Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Tuesday Tidbits

YAY, we finally got some snow in Atlanta. Look...
It ended up being right around three inches of the fluffy variety. It came in Friday afternoon and was pretty much gone by Saturday night. I love snow! To me, there is nothing more serene than watching it fall.

Speaking of Saturday night...
 We had our 2nd annual Valentine's dinner at my place. Bunny and I were supposed to go to Dekalb Farmer's Market Saturday morning to pick up ingrediants to make an Italian dinner feast but the snow foiled those plans. Instead I went for a REALLY southern comfort food dinner.

Country Fried Steak, Lima Beans,
 Mac and Cheese, Biscuits & Gravy. And look...I made heart shapped ice cubes...

Have you guys seen the video for the remake of "We Are The World"? I know it's for a good cause but...
Dang, I don't like it...yet! Maybe it will grow on me. There are some GREAT artist in it that I LOVE but I just don't get the new one.  Check it out...
I am a child of the 80's and I love the original so much. Maybe that's why I don't like the new one. What did you guys think? Here's the original...

I better get back to work. Hope you guys have a great day!
Bob Out






4 comments:

Michael Rivers said...

Mac-n-Cheese is one of my favorite dishes! Love it.

The new "We Are the World" has a lot of great moments. I love most of the solos and the joined chorus. But there are some parts that are just bad.

Paul Benjamin said...

I think Jay-Z is right: Leave the original "we are the world" alone! Come up with a new anthem for a new generation.

By the way...Biscuits and Gravy are like HEAVEN to me! :)

Bo said...

I love the heart shapped ice cubes...you should use them year round.

Chrissy said...

Saw your comment on Bo's page... As far as the video could it be u aren't too thrilled because some of the artists are a bit old? Now, I can say that since I'm 55... lol... I do remember the original one, even have the sweatshirt they were giving for a donation... yeah, I gave.....anywho, lima beans? sorry, I could never get those down...I am glad there is someone in America that appreciates them.. :-)