A view of the Sun Flea Market's amusement park, taken long distance from the Michael's Parking Lot.
TMS SHOW & TELL:
Funny, while I was typing that, I fat fingered a key and came up with CHOW and tell - I thought that was pretty appropriate : ) Anyway, once again I have no pictures because I was busy eating, but I will describe to you what dinner was last night:
While running from the milk on the right side of the Publix store to the bananas on the left, I passed the seafood and something special caught my eye - Steel Head Trout. We think that's the best fish ever born and Publix only gets it once in a while and Sam's gets it even less frequently and it's such a treat. It looks like Salmon, so I guess people just pass it by and buy the Salmon, but ohhhhh it is SO MUCH BETTER and Salmon is wonderful. So our dinner last night was total heaven!! I put olive oil, sea salt, fresh cracked black pepper, and a chiffonade of lime leaves on it, and put the same stuff in the minute rice, and the same stuff minus the lime on the fresh asparagus, and Victor grilled the fish and the asparagus. O M G was it delightful!! I didn't even look to see what the fish cost. I know it's $9.99 a pound but I didn't look at the total - didn't want to spoil the joy. So if you see a fish that looks like Salmon, read the sign - if it's Steel Head Trout - try it, you won't be sorry!!
When I walk the dogs, it's around 4:00 to 4:30 in the morning - very dark. So I wear an orange and yellow safety vest. CiCi ALWAYS takes a baby with her on the walk, but she ALWAYS drops it along the way, to go smell something. Now that we have Joy, Joy picks it up and tosses it in the air, and play bows, and acts generally puppyish, but she too drops it. If all this happens at our mailbox, I can still throw it into the driveway and pick it up on the way back. If it happens further away, I just tuck it into the top of the vest. This is a picture of one of CiCi's and Joy's favorite toy, which BTW was bought for Ricky but he couldn't care less.
SIX WORD SATURDAY:
Easter is tomorrow; thank God again.
SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY:
When I looked at this picture the words "turtle skirt" came to mind : )
Usually the WR shots are so breathtakingly beautiful, but today I am throwing in some industrial grunge, so to speak. These pictures are of our dirty black wheelbarrow cart, pushed up against the garage wall, under the eaves, and under the downspout, in an effort to catch lots of rain to be used in the watering cans later. There are reflections, shadows, droplet rings, lots of stuff, none of it pretty, all of it showing how much I need to learn. In case you haven't guessed, I was trying to catch a shot of the drop actually hitting the water. Here they are, in all their grungy glory:
Have a wonderful weekend. If you celebrate Easter, enjoy! Peace. B : )
NEW STUFF IN THE SHOP!