Fried Chicken & Lentils

Everyday Life with Jodie and Susan

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Public Parks–Eh!

I just hate public parks because to create and maintain them, it would take valuable yacht money away from the job creators!  Gosh!  It would be just awful.  Plus, we plebeians can always go to the “playlands” at corporate fast food restaurants which are just as good, if not better, than being outside, which everybody knows is so fraught with dangers, anyway.  I really prefer eating a lot of empty calories while hanging around in a noisy, germ-filled room full of crying toddlers to natural settings where somebody might fall down on grass and sue.


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I am posting again because I need to be out walking and I hate walking by myself around my neighborhood like a rat in a maze unless, of course, I am going down to the drugstore to buy some chocolate and/or bags of chips, so this is my way of procrastinating.  I’m “working” on my blog, so I can’t be bothered with something like exercise.  I am thinking really hard about getting out and getting going as you can see by the serious way I am approaching it in this post and soon I won’t even need to go to the drugstore as a motivation, which would also cancel out the health effects of walking if I eat a whole bag of chips. Soon, very soon, I will stop typing and walk outside.  I mean, practically any minute now.  Really.  The next time you see me I will have walked.  Also, I may have bought some chips or leftover chocolate bunnies at the drugstore because they are so on sale.

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A Sunday Out

Today my friend got me to drink a “special” glass of apple cider and I immediately went into a sort of sugar coma and had to rest my eyes for the next two hours before I could drive home.  I thought about telling her to get her butt off the couch we were sitting on in the bookstore so I could lay down, but I thought that was maybe going too far.  There was a pretty nice-looking coffee table right next to us she could have sat on, though.  We were pumped up on the way to the restaurant and bookstore because we were two ladies out on the town and we were talking super fast and exchanging deep, insightful women-type information, but by the time I left the restaurant, I was slouching and looking like a cotton-eyed dummy without a word to say for myself.  I had had big plans to go out for a wildflower walk, but that seemed super ambitious after that and I thought when I got home, I probably better lay around and watch TV instead.