A Tuesday Smorgasbord

Hello Friends!

Today is a hodgepodge of all sorts of things in no real order. Like totally random!

A Balancing Act

I am still waiting for my ducks from Cackle Hatchery. Apparently, they are in transit. I hope they are ok!

It is really quiet with only Trumpet in the yard. I have been watching the last known footage of my friends. I wanted them to be full when they left for the journey ahead. I know they are safe!

Speaking of food, on Mother’s Day we went to El Super Taco and ordered a Jumbo Burrito. They mean business when they say jumbo. The lady at the window was wearing latex gloves and stated, ” here’s your 👶 baby!”

The burrito must have weighed 7 pounds!

Jumbo Burrito Next To a Very Large Burrito
1/3 of the Jumbo Burrito

Mother’s day was a full one. We got a birdbath for my Beloved. It was too small for her, so we elected to let the birds use it.

On the topic of the outdoors, the cattails look great!

The bite, rash, or exposure has died down. It hurt all night. It makes me wonder about the sanity of those that are purposely bitten by Bullet Ants.

Well, I am off for a run with my Beloved. I will see you all in a little bit!

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

54 thoughts on “A Tuesday Smorgasbord”

          1. I just checked. Frankies are indian burritos. I wonder why they are named frankies 😃
            Probably because of Indian obsession with western culture.

          2. 😁I would. But there is much better food out there.
            And most of the ‘Indian food’ you find in America is as indian as an iphone.

          3. I would have said as indian as google. But oh well. Sundar Pichai would cause confusion. And then I thought microsoft, but Satya Nadella would do the same.
            You seem to have many people of indian origin there!

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