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Wednesday, July 14, 2010


I’m back. Had a great trip. Ate waaaayyyyyyy too much. Eva is one of the very best cooks in the whole world! We had steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn on the cob, green beans, bread, and fruit one night.

And ribs, baked beans, zucchini paddies, corn on the cob, green beans, bread and fruit the next night. And she had made a lemon cake, banana bread and chocolate chip zucchini bread that we snacked on continuously. Such a great place to go when you are trying to lose weight. But it was totally worth it!!

It was a peaceful trip. As Eva pointed out the only real excitement was that I slept with her husband Adam but heck, what are friends for. Of course as deep as I sleep during my Sunday afternoon naps she could have run a whole foot ball team through the house and said I slept with all of them too. Who knows what happened.

I’ve know Eva for 4 years now. And like most of us over a 4 year stretch TTWD comes and goes a little. She said they were not big into it right now and I had no reason to not to believe her until the following implement was brought out – right in front of Mollie I might add. It’s called the ‘Zap Master’, hmmmmm… and when you hold down the button and swat something there is a little electrical charge, double Hmmmmmm…

Now I’m sure that they are both being truthful that living alone with total privacy all they ever do with it is sit around and swat ‘bugs’. Whatever, just wish I had one.

More about my lazy summer to come.


  1. Anonymous1:53 AM

    Those ribs look so wonderful that my breakfast just left the room in shame at its mediocrity.

  2. The "Zap Master"?! How so very interesting. ;)

  3. Welcome home! Glad you had a nice trip.

  4. Now I'm hungry and I've got at least 3 hours before we eat dinner.
    Eva certainly does sound like a great cook. I had to look up zucchini, had no idea what they were.

    Glad you had a wonderful visit PK.


  5. PK: The food looked delicious and I can imagine it was so much fun to reconnect with one of your first blogging friends. And I assume bugs is their story and they're sticking to it. LOL.
    Did Mollie beliee it? LOL.


  6. Anonymous2:04 PM

    Bugs. Only bugs. I swear.

    Geeze, twin..... we honestly only use it on bugs.... just like you honestly slept with Adam!!

    Love ya!!!

  7. wish I had been there! The food sounds good.

    Sleeping with Adam huh? Well, how was it?

    Glad to see Adam and Eva have such an "open" relationship...LOL


  8. I miss Eva and her blog. That implement looks like it could deliver quite a zapping to someone's bottom!

    I am up to my eyeballs in zucchini right now, and the chocolate variation sounds yummy! I must try it. We were in Nashville long ago, and at the restaurant where we ate lunch one day, there was a basket of zucchini bread on the table, instead of regular bread or rolls. Yum-o!


  9. Poppy,
    LOL, every meal I have ever cooked would hang its head in shame in front of Eva’s cooking.

    It really was. I was fascinated.

    Thanks Jean,
    It was a great trip.

    Sorry to stir up your hunger! She is a great cook and seems partial to zucchini! But she can even make vegetables taste good. Over here zucchini is very plentiful this time of year.

    It’s always fun visiting with Eva and Adam! Yep, I’ll buy the bug story for the time being. But it did give me a chuckle when they brought it out. Mollie does her best to ignore us when we are tickled over anything strange.

    You said it sister!

    Yeah, yeah – bugs. I gotcha. And you know I would never sleep with Adam dishonestly!

    As usual the food was fantastic! And sleeping with Adam… what can I say? I just hope it was as good for him. It could have been even more exciting if I hadn’t been curled up on the couch and Adam in the recliner. But Eva was good to share.

    Things are looking up – Eva is posting a bit, check out my blog roll. Nothing Random is back for the moment.

    The chocolate chip zucchini bread was great and she also made a blueberry zucchini bread when she came here last year that was wonderful!! Maybe she needs to put up some receipts.

  10. Thanks forthe tip about Eva. I will visit her blog.

    I make zucchini muffins with dried blueberries; they are our favourite kind. Also patties with cheese, onion and garlic. they are yummy for breakfast with ham & eggs.

    We grow the yellow type; they can't hide until it is 3 feet long. We find them and pick them when they are small(ish).


  11. ohhhhhhhh sounds like you all had a fantastic time... and grinnnnnnnn, we have the dutch version of that electronic genius... need it in the summer too.. all those bugs... grin...

    just finished diner here but there is water in my mouth looking at that bbq...

    love, h

  12. Hermione,
    I love having Eva popping her head out once and a while. As for zucchini I think it's great if you add enough unhealthy stuff with it to make it taste good!

    I'm still gonna look into one of those zappers! Eva's ribs are the best ever!