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  • TACOS!!

    I was inspired by last night's taco talk and scrounged through our Covid 19 refrigerator - located some soyrizo (vegan chorizo; but with so many spices it tastes the same!) and I made chorizo and eggs.  No green onions to be found, but I had cilantro, baby tomatoes,  some cabbage and even a ripe avocado!  I will admit it was a structural disaster to eat, but it was delicious (kids ate it too) and nice to be annoyed by the mess rather than current events.

    Never uploaded a pic here before, so not sure if this will work or not....


    Elisa
  • Coronavirus / COVID-19

    Dee said:
    @JSDCA You’re one of mine now. I’d give you a Mum hug, but you know... 

    Thank you! My Mom is  one of those people who is not quite taking this seriously enough and its stressing me out. She's 74 and decided she just wanted to "pop into Kroger" to see what they have. (empty of course) My dad has underlying health issues so I'm pretty ticked.  She's in Ohio where the message seems pretty clear to not go out but, oh well.  What can you do?  Good news: They signed up for Kroger delivery today. 
    JaimieTDeeElisaken hale
  • Coronavirus / COVID-19

    Chinaski said:
    JSDCA said:
    I rarely post on the Bald Move forum (too shy!) but I feel like I know you regular posters.  I've felt the emotional ups and downs with you all since this thread first started. We were supposed to leave for Japan this Sunday.  We canceled a month ago. That now seems like a year ago.  

    We're in San Diego, I have two kids (a teen and a tween) and adjusting to home schooling for the rest of the year and trying to give my business the attention it requires is challenging to say the least.  We're driving each other nuts and we've only been quarantined since Friday.  This last page of posts started to have some more levity (except for those Miami kids!) and it put a munch needed smile on my face.  Thank you Bald Movers!  I feel like Dee is my mum too, and she's never heard of me!  The Bald Move community is amazing. I've never seen anything like it.
    awe, peeps like you that make the BM community amazing like you said. hang in there and stay strong.

    San Diego huh? soooooo... thoughts on Tacos? y'all do have some good Fish Tacos!

    Ya, Jim's taco comment was a surprise bummer! We have amazing tacos places here. And my good fortune, I  married into a Mexican family and my mother-in-law makes incredible Mexican.  I'm kind of a clean freak, but I get over it for a good taco!  I'm originally from Dayton, OH (and a proud Bearcat!) and I love spicy food so moving here and meeting my husband was fate.  :)  Before moving west "Mexican" food was Chi-chis in Dayton.  LOL.  I wonder if its still around.
    ChinaskiJaimieTDeeMurderbearMichelleElisa
  • Coronavirus / COVID-19

    I rarely post on the Bald Move forum (too shy!) but I feel like I know you regular posters.  I've felt the emotional ups and downs with you all since this thread first started. We were supposed to leave for Japan this Sunday.  We canceled a month ago. That now seems like a year ago.  

    We're in San Diego, I have two kids (a teen and a tween) and adjusting to home schooling for the rest of the year and trying to give my business the attention it requires is challenging to say the least.  We're driving each other nuts and we've only been quarantined since Friday.  This last page of posts started to have some more levity (except for those Miami kids!) and it put a munch needed smile on my face.  Thank you Bald Movers!  I feel like Dee is my mum too, and she's never heard of me!  The Bald Move community is amazing. I've never seen anything like it.
    ChinaskiDeecdriveElisaJaimieTMurderbearFlukesCretanBullNoelTeresa from Concordand 9 others.
  • Watchmen S1E1: It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice (SPOILERS)

    Plug for a wonderful YA historical fiction novel that both my then-13 year old daughter and I read last year that takes place in Tulsa today and Tulsa in 1921 before and during the massacre.  The book covers how the Black community was thriving and then the events that led up to its destruction.  And the book covers typical modern day YA issues from racial tensions today and even teen sexuality (very light).  So if you have a mature teen I recommend this book.  It gave us a lot to talk about and I learned something regarding another sad aspect of our American history that was conveniently buried.

    Dreamland Burning by Jennifer Latham

    MurderbearFlukesElisa