Share Your World, February 19, 2018

Happy Monday and thank goodness for Cee’s Share Your World.

share your world challenge

For some reason I can not think of a thing to post about, except things that are likely to either

1. get me arrested, or

2. get me arrested more!

Thanks Cee, for taking my mind off of politics and the idiot-in-chief!

So, here are the questions for this week:

How do you like your eggs?  Deviled.  For those that haven’t a clue just what a deviled egg’s my great great grandma’s recipe.

4 hard boiled eggs, peeled * 2 Tbsp sour cream  1 Tbsp mustard  ¼ tsp salt ¼ tsp sugar 1/8 tsp ground white pepper ½ tsp white vinegar  Paprika
cut eggs in half lengthwise, yolk the eggs, leaving whites as “shells”.  mash everything else together, then spoon into shells. cool for a hour before eating.

Have you ever met anyone famous?  yes…several people in the arts, and two politicians and their families.

Logan and Ann Ramsey

My second cousin was an actor (as was his wife).

At their New Year’s eve party I met John Wayne (rude, disgusting man) and his wife, Jack Warden, Billy Crystal, Robin Williams (Billy and Robin lived in the pool house in the back yard), Sally Field, and Don Adams. Those are the ones I remember anyway.

I met Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird, and the Kennedy kids at school. I met Rick Perry when I was still stuck in Texas. Yes, he IS just as big an idiot as he seems!

What was the first thing you bought with your own money?  A short (knee-length), beaded-bodice negligee to wear as a dress to the semi-formal dance at school. hey, with a slip, no one could tell the difference. It was gorgeous!

What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week?  Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination. 

I truly appreciate all the help from Garry and Angie (my best bud and her husband) this weekend.  Garry and I managed to get 90% of the shed taped and mudded, and half the interior painted.  Angie brought over her two dogs (the very best friends of MY two dogs) and watched them while garry and i worked.  George was feeling sick so he mostly stayed in bed.

The antics of the dogs kept us laughing all weekend.  And I am really grateful that my friends LOVE my lasagna! I made far too much (as usual) and they graciously took half of it home with them!

6 thoughts on “Share Your World, February 19, 2018

  1. lasagna mmmm! lol dogs can be so funny. and wow about meeting all those famous people!

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    1. they were just like anyone else. some were rude and stuck up, some were sweet..some argumentative.

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  2. Fascinating stuff! That’s a load of famous folk indeed

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    1. well Ski (Logan) was the president of the SAG for over ten years. He put on parties all the time and I just lucked out and had the night ff for a change.


  3. I love devilled eggs! Thanks for reminding me.

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  4. I wore a nightie to a cousin’s wedding when I was about 10 years old. My mum said no one would know, but it felt a bit strange to sleep in it afterwards.

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