Tuesday, July 14, 2009

three things that i know to be true

there are three things that i know to be a guaranteed fact. actually there are a few more, but i thought i'd be humble and limit myself to only three:

1) i will never finish everything i want to get done. never.

2) it is a good idea to stay away from people who are known to bite. note the photo of dennis from the movie cabin fever. biters can't really be reformed. they bite, and let's say you become friends with someone like that--they will surely fool you into a lull of comfort and strike when you least expect it. true dat. haven't you ever heard the story of the scorpion and the frog?

3) i will always love pancakes. lovey-love-love them. note the photo of the pumpkin pancakes from vegan brunch:
these were very good and my only regret was not having any cranberry sauce to smear on top of them. i'm so totally making a thanksgiving themed brunch this year, but probably not around thanksgiving because i'll be way too pregnant and way too uncomfortable by then. i'll make someone else make them for me.

perhaps i'll ask dennis. has anyone else ever seen this movie? there's one scene where he goes ballistic and shouts, "pancakes!" and goes all karate on someone. very funny.


vegan.in.brighton said...

I've made the banana flapjacks from vegan brunch and they were so damn good, I can't wait to try the pumpkin ones.

Eddie G said...

Those pancakes are making me drool :P

And Jen, leave a comment on the Brownsville post so I can generate a number for you :)

Good luck!

Bianca said...

I've been meaning to make those pancakes! I think making someone else make them for your Thanksgiving breakfast is a great idea...and yes, people who bite should be avoided.

BTW, I bought veggie dogs last night. Now I've gotta find whole grain hoagie buns! Whole Foods didn't have any last night, but their bread selection was kinda sucky. I'll probably have to wait and make Mr. Diablo Dog next week though cause I got a crap ton of CSA produce given to me by a friend who couldn't pick up her share.

miss v said...

you finished this blog - something you wanted to get done, no? maybe not. :)

i love the way forest whitaker tells the scorpion and frog story in the crying game. love it!