Here is the outside of a copying store that had the lyrics to "God Bless Ye Merry Gentlemen" written on it:
I thought it was a neat idea and I felt happy, as I started to hum the song along in my head.
The town also has these weird cutouts of past residents posted on the buildings all around their downtown area. Some of them are cute and some of them are definitely "creepy," (my brother's word, but I concur). Here is the creepiest one, in my opinion:
Don't they look like a bunch of nicely dressed zombies? Weird.
Here's another weird one:
It's a female bigfoot wearing glasses and reading a book entitled, "We Don't Make This Stuff Up: Caution." I love her-I think she's great! As we were leaving town, I spied another cutout of a bigfoot-a male. I would have taken a picture if I could.
Here I am, acting scared next to her:
The picture makes me laugh!
I hope that we get to go back to Anacortes to explore some more-as you can see, I had a lot of fun!
For dinner, I made one of my new favorite dishes: roasted potatoes, bell peppers, onions, and sausage.
This dish is SO good! The roasting makes the onions sweet, the potatoes soft, and everything else extremely flavorful. Yum! Yum! Yum! Here is the recipe:
- Bake for 30 minutes or until potatoes are lightly browned and vegetables are tender.
Like I said, this dish is extremely flavorful. It does involve a lot of chopping, but once you're done chopping,
then your job is basically done! Blogspot is acting a little weird, so I'm going to go. It's so nice the way I've
been able to fully enjoy myself in the present lately. I hope you're able to do the same.