Tuesday, May 3, 2011


Clipped from our local newspaper.  This happened just a few miles away.
Nothing more was added to the photo. 
Not  even a reason for the wrong spelling of pole.
  We'll just have to guess the rest of the story.

DH and I went out to eat at a restaurant that features sushi.  
Even though the menu was well written, 
none of the raw fish entrees sounded good enough to eat to either of us.
DH ordered a burger with fries and liked it a lot.  I decided to go with
"Life's short, eat dessert first," and asked for the tempura bananas.
"Bananas dipped in tempura batter and fried to a golden crisp,
dredged in cinnamon and sugar, topped with caramel sauce, 
whipped cream, cherry and a side of vanilla ice cream."
I thoroughly enjoyed it.  The only thing I would change
is perhaps a drizzling of chocolate syrup.


Maude Lynn said...


Linda Sue said...

GOOD CALL! Yup life is short thought you could never convince a teenager of that fact...I remember...
I feel so sorry for that big kitty stuck up there with , most likely , guns below...

Carla said...

Oh, poor cougar! I hope it got down safely.

A burger at a sushi place? I think I'd have gone to a burger place at that point. Of course you'd have missed eating that fried banana! Chocolate makes everything better.

Anzu said...

It looks yummy!
The red cherry is similar to the lion on a power pole. Special symbol(*^m^*) !

DayPhoto said...

Did it get down okay!!!?


Krista said...

You should write a letter to the Editor and asked the "who, what, when, why, and where" that should have been provided. I wanna know how it got down!

Krista said...

Sushi? I'd take the burger, too.

Buttons Thoughts said...

Cool shot of the lion. Scary. I love your theory eat dessert first or in my case only. That looks delicious. Now I am hungry thanks. B

fifi said...

that made me laugh.

That is a very traditional Japanese dish, you know.

How did the mountain lion get down?

TALON said...

Bananas and whipped cream - what could be better! Scrumptious! I love that you ordered dessert first, Leenie!