September 08, 2004

I Had A Dream Last Night

Which had absolutely no relevance or anything, but did involve Terry, LittleA and I starting an auto repair and paper products business -- and I was the auto specialist. As far as I know, business was going well, but Terry began to want to branch out into soup and home improvement. LittleA looked on this rather skeptically, since Terry's big product was anteater soup. I woke up about this time with the phrase lingering in my head, "Beware your inner monkey."

I don't know what it all means, but everyone be sure to, "Beware your inner monkey."


I still think Cream of Pangolin is a great idea. "Slurp the Soup That Slurps You Back!"

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at September 8, 2004 03:44 PM

That's gonna be my new motto: "Beware your inner monkey!"

Posted by: Grouchy Old Yorkie Lady at September 8, 2004 03:47 PM

I agree, GOYL. I've got my outer monkeys off my back so I'd better turn my attention to the inner ones. Pick up some printer paper while the brakes are being fixed? Why not add supper and a new room to the mix?

Posted by: Earth Girl at September 8, 2004 08:55 PM

While I'm stuck here, alone, in Baghdad, I might as well adress the alarming situation of my inner monkey.

Posted by: Frank Myers at September 8, 2004 10:36 PM

When we get the business off the ground, we'll let you all know. :)

And welcome Frank! I appreciate what you are doing for us all more than I can ever say.

Posted by: Jordana at September 9, 2004 08:29 AM

If you take care of the auto repair, I can handle the office supplies/paper goods.

(I happen to be a sucker for office supplies, especially if they're gimme's. So what if I never use them and they sit in my desk drawer forever? They're there if I need 'em.)

I wonder how Terry would feel about my new idea for Marsupial Meatloaf on a Stick?

PS. Thanks for the tip on that monkey business. Let's hope it's not too little too late.

Posted by: LittleA at September 9, 2004 08:37 AM

Marsupial Meatloaf on a Stick? Is it cornbread-battered and deep fried? I sure hope so.

Oh, by the way, for the soup, I think Anteater and Ants would be good--tender chunks of anteater, with playful ant-shaped pasta.

Sorta like Chicken and Stars.

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at September 9, 2004 09:10 AM