Monday, April 14, 2014

We eat a lot of food around here.

In this post: Costco, kids and technology.

It’s a dark and dismal Monday morning here in north Texas, and while I’m here in the study enjoying my first Marcytini of the day Sam is on his way to Baylor Medical Center for routine lab work and then to Costco for an assortment of excellent crap. Today this will include: 1) Don Miguel teeny tacos; 2) Sam’s favorite breakfast burritos; 3) lots and lots of pistachios; 4) tasty Foster Farms frozen chicken patties; and 5) an industrial-size sack of fully-cooked bacon.
We eat a lot of food around here, don’t we?

Before I forget, here’s an entertaining video from a cute series called “Kids React to Technology,” where children aged 7 to 14 are given a now-defunct gadget from a long-ago decade (the 1950s, 60s, 70s or 80s) and asked to figure out what it is and how to use it. Today they’re discovering the Sony Walkman. Enjoy! (Incidentally, this made me feel 100 years old.) 

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