Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Stunningly Unoriginal

My brother-in-law is recovering from surgery on his shoulder, so we went over to visit and help out a bit tonight. We brought Lady O's own casserole recipe for them to share, in a move of stunning unoriginality. We're going to have to work on broadening our food base. SwingDaddy did remind them to take off the plastic wrap, given my last experience with the dish.

On a completely unrelated note, did any of you collect stickers obsessively as a kid? I kept mine in a special scrapbook and never used any of them. My mother found the collection and Q is having a great time with googly-eyed food. It's interesting to see which ones he names in English (apple, carrot, cheese) and which in Chinese (watermelon, grapes). Not sure why, but I suppose he'll let us in on the secret at some point.

On yet another tangent, I'm having trouble not posting. Really. I made a one-year commitment to myself to write every day, and that ended last week. However, I Can't. Stop. Blogging. I'm really going to try to take a day "off" and not write. Obsessive a little?

5 comments:

Steven Novak said...

I had a toy-box covered in he-man and other super-hero stickers...

NEVER repeat that to ANYONE! ;)

Steve~

Damsel said...

Knight and I were just discussing the new TMNT movie. We can't remember when they originally debuted. I know it was after He-Man...

Anyway, I shared the sticker fascination, too. I LOVED the Lisa Frank stuff. All of it.

kittenpie said...

Totally collected stickers - didn't we all, around maybe grade 5 or so? Sparklies, fuzzies, googlies, puffies... and trading was part of the fun. Ah, memories!

fourthbreakfast said...

Thanks for all your help! Really appreciate it.

Lady M said...

I must admit I never had He-Man or Mutant Ninja Turtle stickers. But I did have lots and lots of unicorns and rainbows. Embarrassed laugh.