Tossing Salt Presents:
First Dates, Grandma, Cows & More
October 9, 2018
From the world of Facebook, there are many questions asked each and every day. Here is where I take the time to answer them, well at least five of them anyways. Let’s do this…
Describe the perfect first date.
Just being together, playing it by ear, and spending time with that special person. Maybe we walk around the college and feed the ducks. Go to the local Chinese restaurant and get some food. Go catch a movie or maybe come home and sit on the couch and watch Netflix and just talk. Take things as they come and see where it goes. Or just go straight to the bedroom and make whoopee. Whichever works.
What is a place you want to visit before you die?
I’d like to travel to Europe and track the famous battlegrounds and historic sites of World War II. It would make for an awesome experience.
Worst adult beverage?
El Toro Tequilia. That is some nasty stuff.The last time I drank that crap was when I was 17 years old and it was so bad, it whooped my ass so bad, I swore never again. And now I’m fifty-two. You do the math. Yes, it is that bad.
Favorite memory of Grandma’s house.
So many things come to mind. I have some great memories of spending time with my cousins, Clint and Cliff, and there were many great summers. I remember the house so vividly and the old metal red bench on the front porch. That old organ in the corner of the kitchen. The former chicken coop that we cleaned up and made into a “club house”. Grandma, every morning being up before the sun and preparing a huge breakfast for everyone. And then the stuff was left on the table all day, covered up and was lunch too. The old root cellar with the small apartment above it that was full of jars of different foods that Grandma had preserved. So many things and great memories, I can’t choose just one.
Have you ever milked a cow?
If you want to call it that, you can. I tried, but a farmer I am not. Oh vey!
And there you go. That’s all for now. Thank you for reading. Questions, comments and any thoughts are welcome and appreciated. Until the next time, I’m out of here. Have a great one and I’ll catch you later.