Yes, it’s me again, the Human Randomizer. For those of you who didn’t hear this before, in short, I was amused when various bloggers were using a “randomizer” to select the winners of giveaways. As best I understand it, it’s a little electronic thingie that picks a number and tells you who is the winner. Well, I’ve decided that sometimes, I’m the Human Randomizer and ALL of you are winners…I guess you each have to decide if you’re a winner or not! 😉
I love the fact that I got so many comments about the pepper and egg sandwich I showed as part of What I Ate Wednesday.
If it looks delicious to you, trust me…it IS delicious. It brings back such memories to me and my sister, Ele. When we were kids, Mom and Dad would take us to Wildwood in the summer…duh of course in the Summer…no fun for kids there in the Winter! Mom’s take along sandwich of choice was homemade pepper and egg sandwiches. I think she would put American cheese on them but I’m sure they would be on white bread and wrapped in aluminum foil. By the time we got to eat them they were soggy and drippy and just wonderful. That’s why I love these sandwiches so much and order them when ever I can. Glad so many of you agree that they look yummy! It’s like eating a piece of my childhood!
I’ve been working hard to stay on track with Weight Watchers this week. I think I’m doing pretty well.
An apple with almond butter while I was finishing up Uglies by Scott Westerfeld. I enjoyed this. I mentioned earlier in the week that my friend Kristen is getting me into Young Adult fiction. This didn’t grab me the same way The Hunger Games did, but I certainly want to continue with the story and find out where the writer takes us. I like it when I find something like this that grabs my attention. I liked it better than I’m making it sound!
Since finishing this, I’ve started two books, both of which I just had to stop, couldn’t do it. One was an all time classic that I read years ago, probably in high school, but I just couldn’t do it. The other was a memoir and was in a word-whiny. If I want to hear whining I can just listen to the voices in my head! 😉
I’ve just started Pigs In Heaven by Barbara Kingsolver.
I enjoyed her Animal Dreams and disliked The Poisonwood Bible, had to stop part way through it. I’m hoping this will be more like Animal Dreams. Regardless, 49 cents at Goodwill…good investment or bad? We’ll see~
Return of veggies and the Big Purple Bowl! After a trip to the produce market, I’m stocked up, but I’ve been eating so many, I may need to make another trip there over the weekend!
Homemade dressing…I really need to start writing the dressings down so I know what I’m putting in them! Spinach, romaine, red pepper, celery (need my crunch!) tomato and shredded cheese. Also “small red beans” cooked in the crock pot. My first time making these and I like them! They’re not like kidney beans, which I don’t like.
Lunch was some home-made egg salad on a sandwich thin!
With lots of celery, not much reduced calorie mayo and lots of ground black pepper. This is so good, I’m always happy when I remember to make this. It’s great because it’s something that both Ralph and I can eat. On the subject of sandwich things. The ones that I get at Walmart are $2.68 and only count for 2 Points on WW. I just found them at Aldi for $1.99. They count for 3 Points, but for that big a saving, I can work within my Points!
One more salad…looks a Little different from the first one… 😉
Same basic salad, but in natural light!! Funny how although the ingredients are basically the same, they taste different. I’ll never figure it out. Maybe that’s why I never tire of them. Maybe it’s all in my head…or my stomach!!
Regardless, it’s time for me to get less Random and more Specific. So I’d better get out of here in order to accomplish that!
Happy Thursday!! It’s Trash Day!! Let’s get rid of some of this STUFF!!