Posted by Cyn | Filed under NaBloPoMo
Plinky asked, “If you had to live in a large city for a year, which would you pick? What if you had to pick a big city in another country?”
I’d be happy to go live in Seattle or Boston for a year or maybe more, and even happier to try Toronto. San Francisco is on the list of places I’d like to try, too. All of the above have better transit systems than Atlanta as well as being in more liberal environments. The fact that there are other features to each city that make it incredibly attractive is great, too.
This not-flu or whatever is exceedingly tiresome. I should think it would be enough to live with the day to day stuff, let alone put up with this. Then again, nobody has ever claimed in my hearing that the world is fair.
I have no idea why the main article was linked from ZDNet, but doesn’t this cheddar and apple sandwich seem yummy? I wonder how it would be with ham? I used to have a really good recipe for a sausage and apples dish, but I know I haven’t cooked it in the last decade. Maybe I could dig it out of my ancient recipe box? There are few ways to go wrong with cooked apples, as far as I can tell.
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