So, I know its going to be warmer towards the end of this week (at least at the time of this writing)... that said, tis the season for slow cooking! Have you ever experienced such a wonder? I absolutely love it. Slow cooking is one of my favorite things ever. Simply throw some ingredients in a pot, turn it on, leave your house, and voilà! You return home several hours later, and everything is done. Tenderly cooked, piping hot. So delicious. And as an added bonus.. when you come home your house smells like Cracker Barrel (thats a restaurant in case youre not familiar) It just doesnt get any better than that. I just bought myself a slow cooker yesterday and on the very first day of bringing it home, made the BEST homemade vegetable soup, using all locally grown vegetables. Sooo good!
Having a conversation with a friend this week, about how it seems to have become culturally acceptable for people to NOT do their job correctly. Whether it's fast food drive up, or an office administrator, to a radio dj. Is this the product of an "instant gratification" society? Do we tend to want to get things done as quickly in our analog lives, as we can seem to get things done in our digital lives? If so, is it the fault of the Internet? I mean, the Internet has just exascerbated our want for instant gratification, hasn't it? thoughts? Comments? Would love your take on it.
Just me? Or are misspells popping up everywhere? Texts.. Menus.. Storefronts.... Street signs?! Yup :)
On my drive in to work this morning, saw a digital construction sign that read: "Rode Work Ahead"
Feel free to COMMENT BELOW on any interesting, prominently displayed, misspells you may have come across recently.