Eeeekks..... the snow is melting and all that's left is brown soggy grass with spots of ice. Today it's raining. Perhaps that will help green up but who am I kidding, we'll have more cold and snow.
I was digging around in the potato bin and found two sweet potato birds. Vegetable art. Hummm.......There's a cauliflower in the fridge. Wonder if that has any possibilities? Got some radishes, too. See what happens when you spend too much time in the house during the winter.
I live a stone's throw from the Mall. I did meander over there yesterday and the casino beckoned me in. Montana has more casinos than people. Most people in Montana gamble when they need a few extra bucks and the drinkers get free booze AND a chance at a few extra bucks. I'm easy for the casino attendants, I don't even drink water. I had $20 in my purse so I stuck it into a keno machine. I always play a buck so that would give me 20 tries and I'm outta there. After 10 tries I hit 6 out of 7 and those lights were really pretty. I cashed out $230, tipped the casino guy my original 20 and I was outta there in less time than I had anticipated. Now I can fill my gas hog SUV a couple of times. Oh joy.
In the face of Japan's disaster, all we ever hear from the media are the glowing reports of how calm and polite the people are. When there are lines, no one pushes to get ahead or no signs of looting. I remember during the Katrina news, people were looting right in front of the TV cameras. Some of the Japanese had no food or water for two days and they were not complaining. When the bombs were dropped on Japan during WW2, I recall the people who were eating the traditional miso could resist the radiation fall out. Perhaps this will be true with the nuclear melt down, too. Many of the older people still adhere to the traditional macrobiotic diet but sadly, the younger people eat just as much junk food as they do in the US.
I've never done musings before. It's kinda Twitterish. Well, Bloggy Friends, that's all that's on my mind so Adios.