Monday, May 07, 2007

Busy Week Ahead

This entry will include just my ramblings to document a very uneventful food week.

As a matter of fact, this past week just flew by me. Strange how the older you get, the faster time flys. I've been busy planning a little vacation which includes attending my daughter's graduation this coming weekend from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business [Bachelors of Science in Economics]. (Did I mention that I'm soooo proud of her- congrats TNC.) She does have a job lined up and that possibly means G and I can get her off our payroll.

Saturday, I attended a baby shower for one of my cousins. It is always nice to get together with family. I heard they were going to serve a BBQ meal at the shower, so I was excited to try it. Well, it was oven baked (possibly even par boiled) with a generic unadulterated sauce and I will not say anything more other than I have been spoiled by eating Que cooked the right way.

I missed Weekend Dog Blogging- sorry Ziggy. At a lost for time, I have also been neglecting my kitchen and smoker. I haven't cooked anything exciting in a while but I'll have to make up for it possibly Memorial Day weekend.

Over the next week, I'll have limited access to the internet. When I can I will definitely update this blog.


Doodles said...

sylvie sounds like you are living my life...miss you but knowing you'll be back to posting soon we'll wait.

Ellen said...

wow, it must be nice to have a daughter graduate from a prestigous college...i have 2 daughters just going in soon.

mooncrazy said...

You are allowed to be proud. Graduating and a job, a parent's prayer. Have fun in Pennsylvania, don't forget to have a Philly Cheese Steak for me.

Rachael said...

Congrats to you and your daughter, that is a fantastic achievment. You deserve to be proud!!!!


Deborah Dowd said...

Congratulations to your daughter (and to you of course..) I know what a great achievement this is for parent and child. I am looking forward to my Kate's graduation from Nurse Anesthesia in December.

Anonymous said...

Congrats to you and your daughter
Many Blessings

Your new friend from Torrance


P.S. Hope to hear from you