Monday, April 16, 2007

This is a Call to Arms!

Earlier this evening as I was watching 24 and enjoying a well earned glass of absinthe; I happened to run across and interesting post on my friend Sam's blog. It just so happens that this post was directed towards me and the other fallen bloggers.

So, I sprang into action and resurrected my long neglected blog. So in a nutshell, here is what I have been up to in my absence.

I now am the proud owner of a Macbook and I love it! I am also the owner of a kitten named Gribble, and I love him too. The Macbook has given me no trouble whatsoever and is a dream to own...the Kitty, causes lots of trouble (especially when typing, the cat simply has to sit on the key board). I never realized how many things I owned that could be knocked over until I got a kitten. Interestingly enough, I never knew how many things I owned that I did not want to have knocked over until I got Gribble.

Colleen, my fiance, is in London England with her best friend Stacy. You will note that I am not in London doing British things....but I am not bitter because yesterday I got to go to Morton's with Stacy's fiance Jarrett.

For those of you who don't know Morton's is perhaps the greatest place on the face of God's green earth. Everything seems to taste better there, even the water. I had a steak that was two inches thick, cooked to a level of perfection that I never knew was possible...but I will demand that level of quality in the future. I ate asparagus that was as big as Henry Rollins' forearm. And the service...the waitress knew what I wanted before I did, yessiree its gonna be hard going back to the Denny's after experiencing this little slice of heaven. Sure the meal cost as much as a plane ticket to Europe...ohhh but the steak!



Blogger Sam said...

Yay! I have influence!

And, you have absinthe??? Isn't that illegal here in the states? Can I have some?

And, what's Morton's vegetarian fare like... because I'm sure that was the first thing you looked at when you opened the menu.

10:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My liquor store carries this

which claims to be absinthe-wormwood+somethingwormwoodish

(I have to say that this is a somewhat disappointing return to the blogosphere. One post, and then back to nothing! C'mon!)

2:34 PM  

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