This Fuckin' Baby...


... is just so damn fuckin' cute! Yeah, I just got back from visiting that little face. Her comfort revolves around constantly naming everyone in the room, including the vacuum. For some reason, she's always had a fixation with this machine. It's my theory that she was somehow afraid of it when she was tiny and someone said to her, "It's just the vacuum." So now, if she's in a new situation, at a new house or in a new restaurant, she looks around and says, "Vacuum?"

Or maybe she's just smarter than the rest of us and realizes we live in a vacuum, who knows?

My favorite restaurant in Utah: (Has been for almost thirty years) The Old Spaghetti Factory in Trolley Square.

My favorite restaurant in San Diego: Dick's Last Resort (I'm not kidding. It's where my ex and I went for our last date.)

My favorite restaurant in Oakland, CA: Mezze ~ look it up ~ it's unbe-fucking-lievable!

My favorite restaurant in Murrieta, CA: Giovanni's. I love italian food, especially at little family owned places.

My favorite restaurant in Riverside, Seattle, Minneapolis, Sacramento, Newport Beach, etccccccc ~ The Old Spaghetti Factory! You simply cannot beat that browned butter and mizithra cheese! (Although we've learned to make it at home and so we aren't so desperately seeking them out now.)

That was in response to beinged tagged by The Exceptional One. Yes, it was supposed to be in my respective area, but I have never lived in a respective area, so I decided to make it a mish-mash of locales!

By the way, for anyone who is listening, I fuckin' hate it when people do that fucking blog exchange! There! I said it!

That's all for now, folks. Thanks for stopping by! Meow.

12 comments:

Jenn in Holland said...

teri-
I really wish you would just say what you mean sometimes.
I mean, spit it out girl. Don't mince your words! Now, then, you were saying something about the blog exchange?

Love the Old Spaghetti Factory.
Haven't been to these other places. Must try them based on your glowing recommendations.

The Exception said...

I haven't been to the Spaghetti Factory in ages. I didn't know that they existed anymore but will have to search one out now.

Thanks for playing!
Okay, now I am curious, what is wrong with a blog exchange? You speak about them with such passion.

Jami said...

GORGEOUS GIRL! I see why you kinda like her :)

We don't have Old Spaghetti Factory in Texas but we do have Spaghetti Warehouse which is very similar. The one in downtown Houston is actually in an old warehouse. It's haunted.

And ever since she became independently mobile, my daughter has loved the vacuum cleaner, so much so that she used to sit on it when it was in use. But then again, it's warm, it's noisy, it vibrates and it moves around, so what's not to like?

Real Life Drama Queen said...

Teri.. please tell me how you really feel.. I don't think I am understanding your blog very well LOL Kidding..

That baby is adorable!! Fuckin adorable!!

Hugs

Worker Mommy said...

She is an aboslute doll! Wow.

Yeah the Old Spaghetti Factory is fun. Let me know when you come to the Seattle one :)

Gunfighter said...

Teri... in my own defense, doll... I did post an announcement the day before the blog exchange.

cathouse teri said...

JennMiao: I do have a bit of trouble saying what's on my mind, don't I?

Exceptional Kitty: Honestly, the only reason I like the Spaghetti Factory is for the browned butter and mizithra ~ If I want real italian food, I will seek out a more authentic type place and not likely a chain. I visited a place in "the city" called Boca di Beppo the other night. Yum, yum!!

Purrty Jami: That's cute about your daughter. My grandbaby stays pretty aloof. She just likes saying "There's the vacuum," but doesn't really want to be near it.

Queen Kitty: Thanks for the hugs, babe!

Mommy Kitty: I would love to meet you for dinner in Seattle! Hopefully someday! :)

Guntoter: No need to defend thyself. You are welcome to engage in whatever type of "swapping" you desire! Hehehe.

Ba Doozie said...

damn, I missed this post...you don't post and then you do three in a row and it throws off retarded people like me

zog said...

Well, now I need to try the OSF in Minneapolis. Thanks, dear, always looking for a new place to go.

zog said...

Ooh, and the recipe I posted at wolfe's for the lemon chicken saltimbocca is from Buca. Yum, indeed.

Katya said...

i fuckin love you teri!

Katya said...

oh and this is maisha