Wednesday, December 21, 2011

There's Glory For You


 It's always nice to be appreciated. An anonymous commenter left the following on one of my past posts:

Thanks for placing up this article. I'm unquestionably frustrated with struggling to research out pertinent and rational commentary on this matter. everyone now goes in the direction of the amazingly much extremes to possibly generate home their viewpoint that either: everyone else within earth is wrong, or two that everyone but them does not genuinely recognize the situation. pretty numerous many thanks for the concise, pertinent insight....   

Of course, the fact that I was being praised for my concise, pertinent insight into the making of cheese biscuits tends to make me a little suspicious. . . 


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17 comments:

Martin said...

Nice one, Vicki. What an unusual plant...what is it?

Ms. A said...

I think you figured that one out correctly.

Southwest Arkie said...

Sounds like someone had a tad bit too much coffee before posting.. :) Ditto Martin- what is that plant?

Merisi said...

Was there any mention of "spirits" in your recipe???

The light in the picture is glorious, beautifully captured.
You have those 12 inches Ansel Adams was talking about!

Merisi said...

My best guess for the plant:
Fat Hen on stilts. ;)=

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

Well said Vicki, or rather, illustrated properly. I wish they would just go away but alas, they are probably here to stay.

Merry Christmas to you and your family. I hope your stockings are filled with fluffy homemade cheese biscuits and no blue cans in sight.
Sam

Barbara Rogers, Potter said...

Oooh, goodie goodie, such is conciseness! Lovely plant, which is??? Sending you blessings to enjoy the holidays...tonight being the longest night, may you enjoy the warm cozy home you've shared with us here!

Kath said...

LOL!

Vicki Lane said...

The plant was an early Christmas present and the giver didn't know its name. I suspect it's some sort of echeveria but after searching online, I still can't find out the type. Maybe someone will know ...

Merisi -- Thank you! But now I have to research Ansel Adams' 12 inches . . .

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

Cute! Jim

Tammy said...

I especially like "everyone else within earth is wrong"...so obviously you are the only one that can do the cheese biscuits right! ;-) By the way yesterday's pictures just crack me up of all the 'crew' hanging out by the fire.
Tammy

Tammy said...

I especially like "everyone else within earth is wrong"...so obviously you are the only one that can do the cheese biscuits right! ;-) By the way yesterday's pictures just crack me up of all the 'crew' hanging out by the fire.
Tammy

JJM said...

[rolls eyes @ the spam] You've been getting a lot over on the other blog lately, too, same sort of "English". Amusing to read, sometimes, in a way, but irritating that people do such things.
--Mario

Darla said...

ROTFLOL

Merisi said...

Vicki, here is Ansel Adam's quote:
“The single most important component of a camera is the 12 inches behind it”
xxx

Victoria said...

Too funny!

jennyfreckles said...

Yes, indeed - this is a particularly eloquent example though!