Feb 21, 2012

A Day in the Life Of - Tuesday

Waking the beast.
Brush your face.
Little lunch.  Big lunch.

Photo lull, working.

Chicken Pad Thai: sesame oil, fish sauce, rice noodles, nondescript meat, scallions, lime, crushed nuts.
Wheel of Fortune.
Brownies for teacher and neighbor.  We couldn't resist and snarfed down a couple (handfuls).
Reading, prayer.
Taxes.
Blog.
I'm tired, night. 









 










 













    





 



 






 









-Beard

21 comments:

  1. great stuff beard. but it is clear that beard is nothing without the gracious and beautiful pigtails. I love what you do. Great job. I admire the dad that you are. My best to your daughter.

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    1. Thanks Chris, and agree I'm nothing without my daughter. I hope she turns out as well as your kids!

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  2. Great photos. I love how your day appears so effortless. :)

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    1. It may look easy, but what the first photo doesn't reveal is the terrifying growl beneath the blanket when I told her to get up and dressed for school. She's dang scary in the morning.

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  3. Rachael2/22/2012

    What Chris and Debi said.

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    1. My first ever "that's what she said" on the blog!

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  4. Is there cheese in your lunch bag?

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    1. Ha, I'm using that cheese bag daily!

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  5. Yeah! Dont believe it! You made that Chix Pad Thai? If you did, your'e clearly in the wrong profession.. unless your'e a food blogger or Top chef !! Hungry now ! Happy Thursday :)

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    1. Am I too scrawny to host a food blog?

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    2. Nope! Look fit although most of those chefs look kinda big right !! Well you can change the image.... a fit & healthy chef turned food blogger. You should blog a recipe a week. How about it ?

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    3. Perhaps, first food post will be ramen noodles.

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  6. I too must watch Wheel of Fortune every night. I do so to try and become a better speller.

    So far... it is not working.

    And your dinner looks AMAZING. I had to stop myself from licking the screen.

    Stopped by from Mama Kat's

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    1. Me no good speler either, F7 in a Word doc is the only way I can fake it.

      Screen licker, that's a first!

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    1. Thanks, heading over to your blog now.

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  8. I need to get some recipes from you. Your Chicken Pad Thai looks devine. I'll be happy to show you how to make homemade brownies using 1 pan really fast. Consumer Reports rated Trader Joe's Brownie Mix "superior" which sounds intriguing.

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    1. E-mail me the brownie eats at beardandpigtails@gmail.com, yum.

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  9. Anonymous3/04/2012

    Think I'm gonna try the Chicken Pad Thai, myself. After going with my philosophy of dessert 1st, Naner Nirvana!!

    ~SuziQ

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  10. Helps if you have an Asian market in town to pick up the right ingredients. Took me a few trial-and-errors to figure it out, but can finally produce CPadT that tastes like it came from a Thai restaurant. Been on a roast and mashed potato kick lately, boiled up some mean gravy today.

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  11. Anonymous3/05/2012

    <3 that ol' fashioned comfort food too!

    ~SuziQ

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