a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Sometimes I Go Out

in the real world but not often.  This day we had errands to run.  We needed hydraulic fluid for the tractor (liquid gold) filters and oil for the tractor and the gator too.
Hubby has to keep his toys running well
and sparkly clean.
He dislikes pictures and tried to run me off with the water hose.
It didn't work.
Nephew Toni, Hubby and I decided it was a good day to visit Fred's Fish House.  We had enough for another meal.
I had frog legs and fish.
Saved the frog bones.
Toni said his mom and I were only people he knew
 that saved bones from their food.
I've some wonderfully creative ideas for my frog legs.

16 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

you're a goof. :)

Farm Girl said...

It looks like a great day!!!

A Quiet Corner said...

As long as the legs don't go near the frogs...the real frogs, that is! Shopping will give you a break...:)JP

Linda Wildenstein said...

I can hardly wait to see what you do with the frog bones. I once used chicken thigh bones to do a piece of "arte", I should boiled the bones first unfortunately, but hey, it was fun.

Sandy said...

I can't wait to hear what you did with those frog legs, lol

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

The food looks delicious! I have never eaten frogs, though...I can't help but think of Kermie! Although, I do eat pork, in spite if Miss Piggy...ha!

Linda Kay said...

Sounds yummy...headed to a fish fry this evening with friends.

Bethany Carson said...

Neat photo of the tractor and fire! I've never tried frog legs; they sound interesting! My dad once an elderly friend who would pile her plate high with chicken at buffets, and by the time she was done with her meal not even the bones were left (I think she took them home to make bone soup).

Lynne said...

I am happy to be back and hear you had a fried fish and frog leg meal. Frog bones creations, oh my, what will you come up with next!

Marty Damon said...

I don't know whether I'm more surprised that you have a restaurant that serves frog legs or that you have something to do with the bones!

Dreaming said...

Love the picture with theirs.
I can't wait to see what you do wih the bones!

Jae Rose said...

Liquid good and frogs legs...could be a day in wonderland ;)

Saucy Kodz said...

Wow, Fred's Place sure can dish out great meals - that would do me 3 meals for sure. I knew you would take the bones home and am anticipating what you will do with them. That first photo is really good with the flames n smoke captured - jeepers how close were you anyways?. My friend has 40 turkeys living in her back yard. Wish we could hunt them. I can remember my Dad bringing some home "a long time ago". Cheers, Hi to all n hugz to Marcy.

gld said...

My hubby has finally given up on me taking his picture as long as I don't do close-ups!

I always warn him I may put them on my blog; he just gives me a certain look!

Henny Penny said...

That food! We love eating at a fish house. I don't know about the frog legs, even though mama used to cook them when daddy brought some home.

Susan Anderson said...

I think I'd rather go fish than frog.

;)

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