The Jell-0 story was a nice imaginative fiction until I saw the pictures and realized that it was real. This is probably what dinner looks like in Jew hell or maybe Mormon hell. The poor captive shrimp Jell-o is on a par with the Icelandic “baked Sheep Head dinner special”: http://unclestinky.wordpress.com/2008/01/13/baked-sheeps-head/
You’ve got me looking for famous beehive hair-do manuals at the Salvation Army stores now.
I’m dying to know… did I miss something as usual? Why are we referring to your other half as meat galore? Has his foot stopped shrinking? You should play a mean little joke on him and sneak in a slightly larger boot, just for the shrinking foot… just to see if he freaks out. Would make a great blog.. especially with pictures.
OK, I figured out that Vida means life, Azar is persian for fire, and mi is a musical note. So the title of your blog means “musical fiery life”. I think fiery describes your writing very well, but I’m not so sure about the musical part. Can you sing at all?