Mashed potatoes are a delicacy
when a tooth has been pulled,
the jaw is tender,
and one hasn’t eaten in 15 hours.
Red lentils cooked to a grits-like consistency are pretty good too. 🙂 —CC
Don’t think I’ve ever eaten grits, to know what that consistency is like, but I do like lentils. 🙂
Oh, my! I hope you feel better soon! Mashed words, served up hot and buttered, make my senses swim.
You do know there are other ways to get your vitamins?
Nonetheless, being a teacher an all,
one would think that you have a good dental plan!
A stop at Booster Juice for a smoothie should have the vitamins covered.
Yes, government and school district employees = good dental plans. We’re thankful.
How many houses do you own,
The music teach, whom lived beside use, own three 2.5 million dollars homes..
i would you teacher have very nice!
Ha ha. No million dollar house here (How is that possible on a teacher’s salary, unless you inherited?)
Smart money management!
Buying property in the right time..
Maybe good looks had something to do with it, i mean the three houses were next to each other an ours there was some very interesting backyard parties…
love, love, love teach!
A situation, I am certain I have been through. Very painful and irritating, indeed 🙂 I hope it gets well soon, if it is real 🙂
It is. Thanks. 🙂
They can include any number of spices and herbs, so you can have variety.
butter, milk, garlic, salt, pepper are standard, just added romano/parmesan/asiago cheese for variety.
There’s no justification required to like mashed potatoes. Sorry about your tooth!
The pain is under control at the moment. Fingers crossed for tomorrow!
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Shawn Bird is a high school English teacher, poet, and YA author in the beautiful Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada. She is a proud member of Rotary and a former Rotary Youth Exchange Student.
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