Two words, again.

≈ Mystery Socks

Apparently, I knit. Socks even. I think it was Margene that favorited the TTL Mystery Sock and made me fall down that rabbit hole.  So far I am keeping up. Of course, it is only week one.

≈ Calf Fries

Texas and I went to the Fort Worth Stockyards this past weekend. This guy looks amused, doesn’t he? You can pay five bucks and get your picture taken while sitting on one.  No, I didn’t do it.  Neither did Texas.

We did however, explore a little bit and had lunch at Riscky’s Steakhouse. (They also have a BBQ joint down the block, which we’ll hit another time) We ended up getting an order of calf fries for an appetizer. Yes, really.  Fun facts: Riscky’s is the oldest operating restaurant in our county and although they weren’t the first restaurant to make calf fries, they were the first to have it on the menu.  I can’t wait to go back and explore some more.

≈ Wash Day

Someone said it is a sign of my age that I’m excited about our new washer and dryer arriving today.  I’m thinking it might be a sign of the slight icky-ness I feel when using the laundry facilities at the apartment complex. (You don’t even want to know what I do to the treadmill.) It wasn’t in the plan to get new machines, but you know how life happens.

Happy Tuesday y’all!

5 thoughts on “Two words, again.

  1. The socks are sweet!
    Your own washer & dryer are the best. I can only imagine what goes on in public laundromats. o.0
    And what IS a calf fry?

  2. Thank Bob I’m not the only one asking about calf fries. My only defense is I was flued up.

    I guess you do knit! Pretty! Oh, I have never ever ever liked public laundromats. Yay for having your own in-house. Or apt. Whatever.

    Be glad you are down there. It is really too darn cold up here. You’ll have to come up and chip me out in April. o.O

  3. I got a new washer and dryer last June, and I still get a little thrill when I do the laundry. Brand-new Samsung pair is sooo much better than the circa-1976 harvest gold Whirlpools.

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