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December 07, 2005 - 02:39 PM [ life ]

for lunch jeff, stacey and i went to the nugget market. we were going to go visit mama kari, but we couldn't get a hold of her.

we got there and i decided to get a sandwich. i couldn't decide if i wanted one of their pre-determined panini options, or if i wanted to make my own. in the end i made my own. i had a half baguette (perfect softness on the inside, crunchy on the out) with cranberry, turkey, tomatoes, lettuce, swiss cheese and mustard. then i had them press it so it would be slightly warm. taste taste taste. the sensation is the blend of the cranberry and slightly warmed swiss.

no one really wanted to go back to work, so we sat down to eat our sandwiches. we were only there for about a minute when my morm called. she needed help printing a file from one computer on the other computer's printer. the printers aren't networked, but the computers are, so i had to walk her thru opening a file from one machine on the other. she kept closing the windows and not reading things out loud. that's what she does and then she gets frustrated when you can't find it for her. i swear if anyone needs a video phone it's her. then she could hold it to the screen so i could see what she's looking at.

it took 15 minutes. jeff said it was like watching a cross between a helpdesk & law&order. i'm not really sure how it was law&order like. maybe i sounded like i was interrogating her. WHAT DOES IT SAY? what does it say? JUST READ IT TO ME. i guess...

sidenote: during my call jeff went and bought a brownie from the dessert counter. then he kindly split it with stacey and i. it was a brownie layer with some sort of toasted coconut/chocochip layer on top. i asked him what kind it was and he said (no joke here) that it's called a "magic brownie". honestly. that's it's name.

Posted by pocketpig at December 7, 2005 02:39 PM


magic brownie...sounds like that's a variation on magic bars? my sister sent me some for my b-day this year. apparently our granny used to make them and send them to us in old coffee cans back in the day. they are a choco-chip butterscotch-chip coconut extravaganza.

Posted by: c.a. at December 7, 2005 03:52 PM

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