As I now have a girlfriend, Valentine’s Day is a little more important than it used to be. Sunday morning, I told her I was going to buy a paper from the store. I conveniently forgot to tell her it was the store that also had V-Day stuff. One hour later, I returned with the appropriate flower and gift combo.
The other night I wanted salsa. I made it.
Two cans of tomatoes, a handful of green onions, a half handful of garlic minced, some extra garlic powder because I like garlic, a healthy dose cumin, and two wild red peppers(birdseye peppers, basically) chopped. Dump it in a bowl, mash it/mix it good. Serve with chips of your choosing. That is fairly normal San Diego salsa. My Chamorro friends loved it.
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This guy was something else. I smiled when I read of his feats of bravery.
Every military man I know is well versed on the importance of time. We are routinely 15 minutes early to scheduled events to not waste the other’s time. If I waste my money, I can earn more. If I waste material, I can buy or build more. If my time gets wasted, that’s it. Gone. Never to return. I wish more civilians were aware of this concept.
I love my girlfriend. She made(twisted my arm, I tell ya) me drink a beer today. This was to prevent her brother from trying to have me drive him to hell and gone.