Ph.D in VBS
I've been reading the coolest book. It's called "All the Presidents' Pastries" and it's written by Roland Mesnier, who worked as the executive pastry chef at the White House for 25 years. He writes about his birth into a very poor French family, and how he worked his way up to the most pretigious chef job on the planet. He worked for five presidents, and it's interesting to read about his take on major world events from his view in the president's kitchen.
I'm just now starting back on Anne Lamott's book because I left it at a friend's house in Rosebud, Arkansas.
I also feel the need to admit that I'm hooked on an MTV show, "Engaged and Underage." It features 18-20 year olds who have decided to get married. A few of the couples are so sweet and cute and I think they just might make it. But most of them should probably keep their names on all their stuff so dividing it up in divorce court will be easier. Sorry, I guess I'm just a realist. One bride-to-be, when arguing with her fiance about his plans for his bachelor party, said, "You pinky-promised me when we got engaged that you wouldn't have strippers at your bachelor party." People, if you and your future spouse are "pinky-promising" things to each other, don't get married. Graduate from kindergarten first.
Next week is our Houston/Baytown trip. Baytown people, go to Jenkins Park on the 4th because we want to see you!