i have been told that some people feel something called “nostalgia” when they look through old photos they have saved on their hard drive. i think if i had photos of places and people and events, i might know what that feels like. instead, i have photos of delicious, delicious food. and then only thing i end up feeling is the saliva running down my chinny chin chin.
here’s a gem i rescued from the depths of my sd card.
close your eyes and imagine you are a five-year-old. it is your birthday, and your parents have tied a bandana around your head to cover your eyes with. the time for presents has come, and when the big reveal finally happens, you find a mini-clydesdale standing in front of you.
it’s a horse, and as a five-year-old, you realize how awesome that is. but once this realization passes, aren’t really sure where to go from here. you don’t know if it will be your friend. you don’t know if it is dangerous or not. you aren’t even sure what an animal like a mini-clydesdale can be used for. can you ride it? do you take it for walks? does it stay in your house or outside? because you don’t know the answers to any of these questions, you just kind of stand there slack-jawed in surprise and excitement and confusion.
now imagine that you are you, and the mini-clydesdale is the perfect 10. i gave you a list. i did a good job of telling you why i made the list in the way i did. but i didn’t really tell you what it is good for.
so now, i’m going to teach you how to ride the mini-clydesdale. that’s right, it is recipe time.