April 5, 2006

Will Blog For Tacos

Q. Shenaynay

Must get some enchilaaaadaaaas... must... two weeks without, gasp gasp... help, fading fast... quick, need salsa... need quacamole... jalapenos... blacking out...

Translation: We'll blog at length about our trip to Scotland and England as soon as we recieve the Sustaining Relief of Tex-Mex Comida and recover somewhat from jet lag (we were awake over 24 hours yesterday in transit, and our bodies still think midnight is 7 AM).

Oh, My Dearest Friends, say with me "God Bless the USA," for it provides within its borders the miracle of Tex-Mex food and juicy cheddar cheeseburgers with big slabs of dill pickles and really thin crispy-salty-greasy french fries and icy-cold-bona-fide Dr. Pepper and a chocolate malt with a cherry on top... ah yes, the finest country in the world, this.

ps. It was GLORIOUS, every single glorious glorious glorious day of it. Details to follow, with more pictures than you really want to see. But we just really gotta eat something other than British roast beef and potatoes before we can communicate properly about it all.

11 comments:

Mama Squirrel said...

Welcome back!

Ludwig said...

yay!!!

Headmistress, zookeeper said...

Glad you're back, and we eagerly await every tiny detail.

X-ON Designer said...

Happy to see you made it back safely. I think...

rachel tsunami said...

Whew! Now we breathe....

Nomos said...

Welcome back! I'm glad you still have a hunger to post, after such a long journey, and look forward to hearing all about the trip...after the tacos, of course.

Lace said...

can't WAIT to hear all about it!

Pipsqueak said...

Ooooh, hurry up and eat so we can see all the pictures and hear all you did! :-)

Eugene said...

Glad y'all made it home safely! Can't wait to hear all about the trip.

By the way...Did you happen to run into any Grahams???

;-)

Gem said...

I was in Scotland for a week or so with a college chorus 15-ish years ago. I love, love, loved it!! I wouldn't have come back except my family and fiancee were waiting back home. Oh, and that whole pesky visa thing.

Deeapaulitan said...

Oh Queeny,
I know just how you feel! We came off the plane after 12 days in South Korea chanting "Cheese, cheese and not just a nibble!Enchildas, Lasagna, we wouldn't grumble! Please melt us in Cheddar, or in Fondue would be nice... Just don't pour us over RICE!!"
I'm going again in July...