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Last son of Charles & Fannie. Southern, but with no boundaries. Little Rock raised me...The Bluff & Brew City shaped me. Evolving. I'm not perfect in no shape, form, or fashion. Sometimes my passion gets me in trouble. I'm scared of failing. A scholar (book & street), with a great ear for music & the arts. A very unorthodox take on society. A crap shot with every post. No moment is ordinary. Through my eyes.
yep.

yep.

I want these chairs.

I want these chairs.

It’s way too early to eat like this, but whatever. This what I like to call “Fridge Day” Pasta. This dish is forever changing. I’m an overzealous vegetable buyer. I always end up buying way more, than I ever eat. And the result of that is me throwing a lot of vegetables. Wasting money. Until I came up with a strategy. Every two weeks I have what I call “Fridge Day” where I usually make judgement calls on vegetables. Some make it. Some don’t. And right then and there I make plans for the ones I’m going to keep. What I’ve also learned over the years is that linguine and creamy cajun pasta sauce makes anything taste good. So with the saved okra, red and yellow bell peppers, half tomato, and onion this became lunch. A heavy one. But hey, it’s Saturday. Threw some parmesan cheese on it.

It’s way too early to eat like this, but whatever. This what I like to call “Fridge Day” Pasta. This dish is forever changing. I’m an overzealous vegetable buyer. I always end up buying way more, than I ever eat. And the result of that is me throwing a lot of vegetables. Wasting money. Until I came up with a strategy. Every two weeks I have what I call “Fridge Day” where I usually make judgement calls on vegetables. Some make it. Some don’t. And right then and there I make plans for the ones I’m going to keep. What I’ve also learned over the years is that linguine and creamy cajun pasta sauce makes anything taste good. So with the saved okra, red and yellow bell peppers, half tomato, and onion this became lunch. A heavy one. But hey, it’s Saturday. Threw some parmesan cheese on it.

You see me out here Springing. Been ready.

You see me out here Springing. Been ready.

You all can stop sending me DMs, inbox messages, text, emails, etc. I’m good. Neighbor was showing me some new stuff on his Canon EOS 6D. He took a pic and I liked it. Posted the pic. Now everybody wants to lay me on the alter. I promise you. I’m fine. I’m good. I know never to post a pic that’s not ear to ear on here. Sheesh. Ha

You all can stop sending me DMs, inbox messages, text, emails, etc. I’m good. Neighbor was showing me some new stuff on his Canon EOS 6D. He took a pic and I liked it. Posted the pic. Now everybody wants to lay me on the alter. I promise you. I’m fine. I’m good. I know never to post a pic that’s not ear to ear on here. Sheesh. Ha

Me.

Me.

TC Fletcher need to come out with a alarm clock application. This dude is hilarious.

TC Fletcher need to come out with a alarm clock application. This dude is hilarious.

I woke up at 4 to this blessing. Paul Williams Still Alive. Directed by Stephen Kessler. For individuals that don’t know him, he’s an Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winning Hall of Fame songwriter and now President and Chairman of the Board of ASCAP. Recognized as one of America’s most prolific and gifted lyricists and composers, Williams’ standards have been recorded by such diverse musical icons as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles, David Bowie, Tony Bennett, Sarah Vaughn, Sarah McLachlan, Johnny Mathis, Jason Mraz, The Carpenters, Luther Vandross, Willie Nelson, REM, Diamond Rio, Anne Murray, Gladys Knight, Diana Ross, Diana Krall, The Dixie Chicks, The Scissor Sisters, so on and so on.

I woke up at 4 to this blessing. Paul Williams Still Alive. Directed by Stephen Kessler. For individuals that don’t know him, he’s an Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winning Hall of Fame songwriter and now President and Chairman of the Board of ASCAP. Recognized as one of America’s most prolific and gifted lyricists and composers, Williams’ standards have been recorded by such diverse musical icons as Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles, David Bowie, Tony Bennett, Sarah Vaughn, Sarah McLachlan, Johnny Mathis, Jason Mraz, The Carpenters, Luther Vandross, Willie Nelson, REM, Diamond Rio, Anne Murray, Gladys Knight, Diana Ross, Diana Krall, The Dixie Chicks, The Scissor Sisters, so on and so on.

Good Night.

Good Night.