Yes, I just said bluuurp. And I meant it.

One thing about my new employer, they feed people. Maybe that’s the plan, keep people complacent by filling them up with food. I was warned to watch out for the “freshman fifteen” at this place.

Tuesday lunch was a delicate and perfectly prepared steak topped with a skewer of shrimp. Followed by the fudgiest piece of cake ever. I couldn’t even finish it!

Today at lunch we were treated to a full Thanksgiving spread. The works, turkey, stuffing, green beans, mash taters, gravy, punkin’ pie, and warm apple cider.

I think tomorrow at lunch I’m going to find this company gym I’ve been hearing about.

Meanwhile, I need a nap.

This is the first of many turkey meals to come in the following weeks. Can you believe it’s already Thanksgiving? Where does the time run off to?

Photo by way of Fire in my Kitchen.

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  • Elise

    I only buy Japanese and German, but Emmett and his family almost always buy American, and they rarely sell them until they have millions of miles on them. OK, that’s a slight exaggeration. But not by much.

    Emmett’s sister Jeep Cherokee is coming up on 300K miles and still runs like a top.

    It’s starting to look like the wrath of God, but it chugs right along.

  • Anonymous

    My Dodge pickup hit 275K before needing major repairs, but then being a diesel – when it needs major repair; not so cheap.


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