My weekend was full of the question "why?" My daughter asked me why like 8 billion times. Sure they started out easy enough...
Daddy, why do we have a tounge?
Daddy, why do we have hands?
Daddy, Why do we have ears?
Then they started to get a lil harder...
Daddy, why are there trees?
Daddy, why do we have streets?
Daddy, why do we have cars?
Then they got damn near impossible to answer
Daddy, Why do we need worms?
Daddy, Why do we need crickets?
I mean can you really give someone answer as to why we NEED worms? I don't need worms do I? I had to really think about it. I don't like thinking on the weekend. Especially since I know any answer I give will be stored as a scientific fact in her little mind. I can't give some crazy off the wall answer because I know she will remember it forever. Like when she asked if crickets lived in the grass and I said "yes". Now I can't walk in the grass because the crickets live there and I'm ruining their home.
So besides the never ending Why questions we chilled out most the weekend. I tried to make some buttermilk mashed potatoes that came out horrible. I but too much buttermilk in them, i was rushing and trying to do too much at once. I'll try again tonight maybe. I never realized how quickly buttermilk expires. I bought some on Sunday (nov 8th) and it's set to expire Nov 11th, what kind of shyt is that? All the bottles were like that too, maybe that's why I don't use it much. I need food that has a shelf life. I also did a version of DTW's pecan crusted porkchops. Only I used Talipia, it came out good, I might have to add it to my recipe book.