06 February 2007

surprise, surprise, look out, there is a new bistro on park avenue called the park and MORE surprises which have not yet opened can be found on stark street between 10th and 11th. looks like a bookstore and a coffee shop are going up. as for snowboarding this evening, we decided not to go. :( AND i need to find a new home. come march 31st, i be laying my head somewhere else. i think i want to live closer to downtown.

at the beautiful age of 33, natalie learns of LimeWire. me iPod will be pregnanted with music soon. if there are other programs i don't know about... do tell, comment, this stuff has been around for quite some time... do you guys remember that song by alien ant farm, song name was movies.

and i'm curious to find out if i am right kristina. does that place smell like armpit or what?


Anonymous said...

You need to contact your brother directly for that kind of information. But Limewire is quite good. How are you liking your MacBook?


upinthecloudsnat said...

it is very, very nice.

what are your plans for the weekend? have you cooked anything up fancy lately?

Anonymous said...

Last Saturday, I cooked parmesan herb chicken (from an Oregon cookbook):

Preheat oven to 300. Have ready a shallow baking dish.

In a large bowl, combine 3/4 cup fresh breadcrumbs, 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese, 1 1/2 teaspoon fresh chopped parsley, and a dash of salt.

In a medium saucepan, melt one stick of butter and then stir in two gloves freshly chopped garlic, one teaspoon dijon mustard, and one teaspoon Wochestershire Sauce (sp?).

Coat two - six breasts of chicken with butter mixture, then roll in dry mixture, covering breast completely. Place in baking pan, and if you have any leftover butter or dry stuff, pour it right on top.

Place in the over for 75 minutes.



upinthecloudsnat said...

weird. i had herb chicken, store bought, last night.

its only 8.48 AM and you're making me hungry already... ;)

is it warming up any where you are? it needs to snow here so i can get some good snowboarding IN.

upinthecloudsnat said...

Lyrics to Movies by Alien Ant Farm [I remember me and this guy from a long, long time ago use to listen to it together] - wonder what happened to him?

At slow speed we all seem focused
In motion we seem wrong
In summer we can taste the rain

I want you to be free
Dont worry about me
And just like the movies
We play out our last scene

Two can play this game
We both want power
In winter we can taste the pain

In our short years, we come long way, To treat it bad and throw away

You wont cry, I wont scream

In our short years we come long way
To treat it bad and throw away
And if we make a little space
A science fiction showcase
In our short film, a love disgrace
Dream a scene to brighten face
In our short years we come long way
To treat it bad, just to throw it away

Anonymous said...

I think it may be in the high 60s here after several very chilly days. Tonight's fare is pecan-encrusted venison tenderloin with baked asparagas and couscous.


upinthecloudsnat said...

yum. i have the girls over for another Knit Night at Natalie's. knitting, drinking wine, knitting, eating, drinking wine, gabbing, knitting... i just found 10 dollars in my wallet.

you need to get yourself an iPod!

again... pray for snow for me.

Anonymous said...

You know, I've never been one to listen to a lot of music. I never got into the whole walkman thing when that was big; I never bought CDS, when that was all the rage; I just don't listen to music all the time.

I like my silence.


upinthecloudsnat said...

amen to that. i LOVE my silence too. we are not all that different. i own maybe 10 CDs to my name. when i pulled up the search feature on LimeWire, i just stared into space, trying to think of one song or artist.

we are not so different, you and i. ;)