Still going

By , March 23, 2008 9:30 pm

Just not as fast of as long as the Energizer Bunny. Got up and spent part of the afternoon cooking in the 12″ Dutch oven. Started out with 6 chicken breasts. When they were done, which took about 50 minutes put a pork roast in and cooked it for around 2 hours. After taking it out put 8 potatoes and 2 onions in and let them cook in the chicken and pork juices till supper. Overall was some good eating and will be for several days. Then came back in and settled on the couch again with another book. Here’s hoping I have at least as much energy tomorrow. Till then…

One Response to “Still going”

  1. Steve says:

    We had an Easter-type day. Went to church at 9:30 (three services today to choose from–we took the middle route) then Sue and I rode around for about an hour in the country. Went home and I searched EVERYWHERE for a coax splitter–everywhere, that is, except wherever that sucker is. Guess I’ll get one at Wally World tomorrow and we’ll see if the Mythbox actually works. Or, rather, how much tweaking it will take to get it to work. This afternoon we went to Sue’s sister’s house for Easter dinner. Went alright, and I got to do some CD and DVD making on their computer. Vista, but a nice machine–Vista doesn’t slow it down TOO much. They have tweaked it some to keep it from slowing down so much, but I would really expect somewhat better performance from a Core2 Duo at 2.13 Ghz and 2 GB of RAM. It was OK, but should have been faster. Would be a real fireball with XP or Linux, I bet. Ah, well, so it goes. Considering how HP was screwed by Micro$oft with the Vista Basic thing, I’m kinda surprised that they don’t have XP boxes in the stores–of course, I’m sure Micro$oft is probably holding their families hostage or something similar to make them sell only Vista in the brick-and-mortar stores.

    Came home, watched “Ax Men”, and posted this. Going to bed REAL soon, tomorrow is back-to-work time. Yippee, or something like that. 😎

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