Thursday, August 16, 2007

Collegiate Dinnerfast of Champions

1/4 lb sausage

2 strips bacon

2 Pillsbury frozen biscuits


2 Eggs

Set out to make biscuits and sausage gravy, using approximately 1/4 pound sausage in an attempt to conserve resources. Cook sausage, drain. Cook bacon.

Pour sausage grease back into pan. Add too danged much flour.

Poke at the mess in the bottom of the pan. Look around in vain for something to fix this so you can have your gravy. Give up and set aside pan.

Dig out another pan, scramble two eggs in bowl. Pour eggs into pan. Eye cooked sausage. Dump sausage in pan with eggs.

Cook, plate, add two strips of bacon and two buttered biscuits.


It's not what I wanted, but it was actually pretty danged tasty.

Lit Class

So, had my first lit class today. As I expected we were asked to write something, with a few prompts.

One of the prompts was "what is the last non-fiction work you read? Expand."

Since the prompt was worded "work" and not "book"or "essay" I had to put AD for that one. So, AD, you're going to be gaining fame in my Lit class, I'm sure.

The last part of the prompts (we were supposed to write on all of them) was "What do you expect from this class? (Including grade?)"

My answer?

"I expect to get the grade I earn, so hopefully high. I also expect to learn new and interesting ways to prove that I'm a book geek."

On a side note.. It has been too long since I've written out anything of any length. For one thing, my handwriting has always sucked, and with the spiffyness of keyboards and printers, I haven't had to hand write anything in a while.

Man, I hope she keeps the in-class responses short, or I'm gonna have permanent writer's cramp!