Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh

Seattle, part three: the magic word is GRITS

Max, Anna and I had food -- I won't call it "brunch," in deference to docbrite -- at a Southern restaurant called the Silver Fork. A pork chop, eggs over easy, and creamy grits are now in my digestive system, and my digestive system is happy. The three of us did some good visiting, too.

Max's computer is playing -- um, let's check the iTunes -- "It's Oh So Quiet" by Bjork and what sounds like Frank Sinatra's orchestra. This is another thing causing smiling. Good stuff. I'm still learning about Bjork; I'n not exactly a fan, but I'm not exactly not a fan, y'know?
Tags: music

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