Mistakes happen. It’s a fact of life. Sometimes they’re little mistakes: The chicken cooked too long and now it’s dry. Sometimes they’re huge mistakes that make us want to crawl back under the covers and stay there until a week or two has passed.
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Earlier this week, Burger King unveiled plans for a new culinary oddity they plan to unveil in Japan later this month. They are calling it the “Kuro Burger” with kuro meaning “black” in Japanese.
This past week I went to see my family in Houston. Google Maps clocks the drive at four and a half hours, and I like to be there by lunch. This means I’m usually out the door by 7 in the morning, 7:30 at the latest.
My father has mentioned tools to me. I know what a hammer looks like and how it’s used. I’m pretty familiar with screw drivers and know screws are preferable to nails in most cases. I’m not too skilled with an electric screwdriver but I know how to use it. He talked to me about unclogging a sink. I wonder what new handyman advice I can pull from him.
I am obsessed, once again, with the 10-day weather forecast. It has been a while since it fascinated me so, but here we are again. The problem is I am waiting for the heat to break. Yes, I know, it took forever to get here this year and I am likely to have to wait awhile, but I can’t help it.
Some people think of spring as the time to clean everything and make changes. For me, I find the fall a better time to do such things, at least as good a time to do so.
I have a new car, and it has all the fancy gizmos inside — touch screen, navigation, hands-free phone, all of that stuff — but it does make me miss my old car, which had an on-board computer of its own.
We all have things that excite us. One of mine is driving a fun vehicle.
True confessions: I’m a “Jeopardy!” addict. Maybe it stems from my role as a minor player on a state champion Knowledge Bowl team in high school, or maybe because I find comfort in Alex Trebek’s non-mustachioed face and condescending tone; I don’t know.
Cell phones have evolved, ring-toning their way onto our list of necessities.