Tuesday, September 15, 2009


    I opened my blog this afternoon, after a day of observing teachers,  and I gasped when I saw what looked like giant slabs of meat! Yes, I intended to include that photo, but now, in the light of day, it’s a little much.

     Sorry guys-  my husband cooks great rib eyes, but this may be too much information visually.

     Just another crazy day in paradise- from me to you.



Pam @ Frippery said...

Too funny. It looks just like one of the Food Channel's grilling shows. Carnivore heaven! Hugs, Pam

Jennsmere said...

You are just too cute, Laura!!! Giant slabs of meat...lol!
Amazing how these computers can change a photo...I'd like to blame my wrinkles on this little machine!

Bless you,

Tootsie said...

you are hilarious!!!

Anonymous said...

Oh, you're funny! :) I think the meat looks delicious even if it is big ole giant slabs of meat! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kat said...

Laura, being a Texas gal, I thought that was one of the prettiest pictures I saw in blogville! You are too funny. Hope you have a great week. Kathy

Rebecca Nelson said...

I personally LOVED seeing the MEAT! It reminded me to tell my hubbs to stop at SAMS on the way home and pick up some great steaks for dinner.

:)You are hysterical.


Debra@CommonGround said...

I thought it looked delish and I never cook steaks inside, only on the grill, so you gave me something to think about. But alas, I have had to cut back on my red meat, so I shielded my eyes!
You are too funny!

Jen - Balancing Beauty and Bedlam said...

Ok, I had to laugh at this post. I didn't think anything of those big ole hunks of beef, but then again...we LOVE our steaks. :)

Anonymous said...

Are you kidding? I could hardly control my drooling.... lol

JMW said...

Hi, there - thanks for offering up some tastey tailgating recipes. Would love some recipes, so when get a chance, please pass along.
Take care,

Debbie @ The Shabby Bungalow said...

It looks like good meat though! LOL Thanks for popping by my blog :)


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