Bucky Katt: *purr?*
Human: "Blarg! Get off, vile creature!"
*purrr? purr?* (jumps onto lap)
"Gwarf! Hair in my ice cream! On my t-shirt! Glarrrg! Grog angry!"
*pout*... *purr* ... *nuzzle*... *roll*
"Fine, Bucky, you know I love you..." *pet pet pet*
We moved the TV to the edge of the living room so we could seat more people (and have a more people-centred room). You can see Eleventh Hour is on, which I watch because I'm so intelligent and refined.
Quite obviously, intelligent and refined describes all our TV viewing choices:
in other news:
I've been trying to make meat pershky/piroshky/perishky for years, and oh, this is it: (with my changes, anyways: halve the recipe, minus the soup mix and + 2 grated onions with a bit of salt)
i love finding recipes for Mennonite food that actually tastes like authentic Mennonite food. The combination of Russian, German, Mexican (yep, Mexican!) Paraguayan, and other influences make it incredible food, though: I haven't visited Mex-I-Can yet, but apparently that's the place to go in Hamilton if you're a Mexican Mennonite or just want authentic Mexican food.
i also spoke with an old friend today - one of the wonders of Facebook.
i haven't seen him since Grade 10. and he's doing well.
he hasn't seemed to change much from the person i met in high school, and in a good way. i'm sure he's changed in many ways, but he's still the same person.
it's nice to see someone who still is.