My night to cook

Hi everyone,

Yesterday we drove two hours to Versailles, Missouri near Lake of the Ozarks so I could talk to kids in the Morgan County Library summer reading program. (I had a fine time!) Last night we lounged lakeside and enjoyed dinner as the geese paraded by on their evening constitutional.

Sandy offered to cook something for dinner but I volunteered to prepare a special delicacy of mine instead.

It just doesn’t get much better.

10 comments on “My night to cook

      • I like Spam on occasion, as well! My favorite memory is when I wrote a poem called “Green Eggs and Spam” to share with students. Of course, I made scrambled eggs and Spam (both colored green!) to share with the kids. Trust me – green Spam is a bit hard to eat! Ha! One boy really loved it, though, and ate quite a bit. I asked his dad about it later, and he laughed and said the boy’s grandmother is from Hawaii, and Spam is a delicacy there! That’s why the boy liked it so much!

  1. Thank you for being our Summer Reading Program’s guest presenter at the Morgan County Library yesterday! It was a delight to meet you and your wife. Wishing you all the best as you continue to write–Kelly R.

    • Good morning, Kelly! I appreciate your kind words. It was a pleasure to visit your beautiful library, meet you, Brittany, and the rest of the staff, and have fun talking to your “summer” kids. Thank you again for inviting me.

    • Ha! Leave it to you, Su, to actually whip up some green eggs, add spam, and color it all green. It must have been a huge hit!

  2. We had a bit of a stressful day yesterday, and by the time supper rolled around, neither of us felt like cooking. I ate a bit of leftover tuna fish salad, and Danny heated up a can of Spaghettios for himself. Your supper looks fantastic! LOL

    Glad you had fun at the library!

    • You are welcome to try my recipe but I warn you, it’s not for beginners so follow instructions carefully. I hope today isn’t as stressful.

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