|Christmas Cookies From Arizona|
That day I told my mom about another box of Christmas cookies that had arrived that were inedible.
Those particular Christmas cookies remain uneaten.
I had about given up on the box of cookies from my mom & dad, figuring they'd gotten lost or purloined in transit.
But, they arrived today. There are two variations of my favorite in the box. Both involve raspberries and almond paste. It's a Dutch thing.
As you might guess from the cover of the box, they came from Arizona, the Phoenix suburb of Sun Lake, to be precise.
Changing the subject from Christmas cookies to Anonymous comments.
One of the Anonymous comments that caught my attention today did so by being interesting, the other by being odd.
The interesting Anonymous comment had to do with Don Young's Tandy Hills Christmas Tree caper....
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Don Young Clears Up The Controversy Over His Tandy Hills Christmas Tree Cutting":
Chesapeake owns the land east of the park.
So, is this Anonymous commenter suggesting that the Don Young Gang got their Christmas tree from Chesapeake Energy land adjacent to the Tandy Hills Natural Area? If so, I have no clue whether this makes the caper more, or less, capricious.
And then there was the odd Anonymous comment. It is of the sort that makes me wonder why someone would go to the Anonymous bother....
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "The Afternoon View From Miss Puerto Rico's Thinking About Learning The Afghan Language Pashto & Turkey Soup":
This photo is too dark for me to appreciate anything about it. What was your reason for posting it? Actually, I used Photo Shop on it and improved its contrast and brightness enough to be able to make out a few things, and still I don't see any particular reason for its posting. Could you shed some light on it?
Why would someone Anonymous go to the bother of asking why I would post a picture of the late afternoon, shadowy view from a balcony? Let alone look for anything to appreciate in the picture. And then in that quest to find anything to appreciate, go to the bother of brightening the photo in Photoshop.
That is just really weird.
I need to go eat a cookie now.