Friday, November 21, 2008

Surprise Surprise :o)

Fresh Fish, Fish and more Fish Galore....umm umm good!


Last night was Weaving night ...I went even though I was a little tired and disgusted with the project...I tried working it, but my heart wasn't in it....and when the selvage yarn broke , that was the straw that broke my back! I promptly took it off the loom which consumed most of my time, by then I was ready to take the body home and rest.....I started to stop at Walmarts and get some of those sweet potatoes on sale for $.25 a lb....but something kept telling me to go on home!
When I arrived a saw a car in my driveway! never looked at the license...just thought it was a neighbor visiting with Cecil while I was in class Or maybe I caught him with a younger skinny girl in my house...I was ready for the kill!!
Surprise Surprise who was it! My Son :o) I kind of felt like it was time for him to come see about his old parents ...I almost had tears, but I'm too stubborn to let them see tears :o(....not only was he a surprise, but he bought a big one for us..Seafood and more Seafood...Whiting which I promptly fried up first, they were fresh and frying them inside (with a pot of water and vinegar boiling to kill the smell< another lesson for you).....You couldn't tell it...I learned years ago not to say "there is no room in the freezer" , I think I told you all that story before.

3 comments:

Daisy said...

What a wonderful surprise for you and Cecil, Ginny! I bet you were very glad to see your son and it was so thoughtful of him to bring you the fish! Yum! :)

My son is home from college on break now too, so things are busier here right now.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Deborah said...

Yummy! I love fish, though I wouldn't know where to start with one with head and bones still present.

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy, I hadn't had whiting in such a long time ,it was the first thing I cooked and we ate it so fast...
Deborah,
I like to cook the whole fish, there's meat in them there heads :o)...and flavor is always near the bones :o)....Ginny