Back In The Saddle Again New Essays On The Western

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Beast (taking an ice cream container out of the freezer): ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME? It felt pretty nice to stand back, just before dinner time, and take in the efforts of my labour. But I don’t think I feel better simply because I had some time to cook and bake. And on the holiday Monday, which I had off from work, I popped into the green grocer for a few things and, as she always does, the unmarried Chinese lady with the bangs (and who’s desperate to find a boyfriend) asked me how my “honey” was. I think I finished that when I was on my root beer float bender a few weeks ago. The Beast visited here and there, to lick the occasional spoon and to give me hugs. But I know that the Beast and I spent nearly all of Saturday and Sunday together without one fight.Beast: Did I tell you about how I rode the bus with one of the Chinese ladies from the corner green grocer? Do you know how hard is to eat a mango while grocery shopping? Hey, do you want me to carry that saxophone up to your music room or should we just leave it here in the living room. You’re not even in the door five minutes…I’m taking the saxophone to the rehearsal space tomorrow so there’s no point in bringing it upstairs.

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Foodie: Yes, she’s lovely, but in a– Beast: And second, can you imagine primitive man first cracking open a watermelon and discovering its delicious interior? The cake was very easy to make, especially after my mom gave me her tube pan for keeps.

But first I had to actually plug in the fancy mixer and figure out how to use it. But the Beast and I ate two little ones after I’d iced them, just to make sure they were Tom-worthy. My aunt Sandy gave me her coffee cake recipe (which I will scan and post at the end) and also a whole whack of rhubarb from her garden.

Before we actually put the saddle on the horse, we need to put on the bridle.

The bridle is the piece of horsetack that allows you to lead and direct the horse.

Foodie: You’ll remember once we start watching Country Strong.

Beast: Excuse me, but if I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you, I would have asked you to marry me by now.

I’d be the one making love to and it would be Biutiful spelled like the movie he was in.

Beast: No, because I wouldn’t let that guy make love to me at the end.

I don’t know how to explain that if they sold chips and french fries with gravy I’d buy all that too. Foodie: Do you know that your dad texted me via your mom’s phone about Adele and how there was a review I should read in the Toronto Star that was really well written? He called me at work the other day to ask if I’d heard anything about the Adele concert. How can I be so out of touch with contemporary music? She’s more “real” than Lady Gaga and people are loving it.

Mind you, they’re both over-marketed and packaged, but in Adele’s case, it’s the absence of packaging: the sale’s pitch is that there is no sales pitch. Beast: You shouldn’t hum an Adele song: you should be paying homage, and so should all the record companies, to the black women who were doing the same shit 50 years ago, like Etta James, Irma Thomas, Gladys Knight.

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