Wednesday, July 16, 2008

When Mr. Precious Is Away...

...I don't cook! I'll bet you thought I was gonna tell you a nasty little secret, didn't you? Well, no, I'm actually a pretty good gal when Mr. Precious is away.
But I do get to "play" - you know, do the fun things around the house I want to do. Wear my gown until 3:00 pm, eat popcorn for breakfast, visit my blogging friends all day, and no cooking! You get the picture.
This is the scenario...Chloe Dawn and I hop into my Jeep and head out down the street. This one of Chloe Dawn's most favorite things to do - ride in the car with the window down letting the wind blow into that precious little face!
Then we pull up to the drive-thru window at Kentucky Fried Chicken. Miss Chloe Dawn sits down like such a good girl and her little nostrils take in the aroma of grease and fried chicken billowing out of the window that just opened.
We're home now and here is the delicious fried stuff just waiting to be woofed down! I did hear Kentucky Fried Chicken uses a more healthy oil now to fry with. Okay, that'll work!

Just look how the little plastic container is all filled up with steam from the hot food!
Now, I must tell you - I don't eat off plastic dishes! No no! Here's a plate and a coffee cup will work nicely for the beans. Oops! I forgot my biscuit! You know how good those biscuits are, don't you? What is this? Chloe Dawn, do you want something? Your mommy did not forget about her baby girl. You may have some mashed potatoes.
Notice...Chloe Dawn does not eat out of plastic dishes either and she even has her own placemat. Now after our dinner what are we going to do next, Miss Chloe Dawn?

We'll leave you with a little Note Song~

Sweet Home Alabama

Big wheels keep on turning
Carry me home to see my kin
Singing songs about the Southland
I miss Alabamy once again
And I think its a sin, yes

Sweet home Alabama
Where the skies are so blue
Sweet Home Alabama
Lord, I'm coming home to you
~ Lynyrd Skynyrd ( I think it's a little funny using a song about Alabama to represent Kentucky, don't you?)