πŸ’Šbattery acidπŸ’Š

If I didn’t hear from you again… well, know that I wish you well. 🌌

Aspirin, absinthe and fevered imagination leaves my heart feeling really… full, and in a good way.  My body, as a general rule, will deteriorate if I don’t cook something for myself within the next few hours. 

I got a porcelain enamel cast iron casserole pot earlier this week, and it’s going into service today.  Haven’t prepared myself a home cooked meal in , what, two weeks?  Would hate the way fish would take on the metallic flavor of the previous cast iron pot since I’d cook with citrus fruits (and how easily prior enamel skillets would chip and reveal the aluminum underneath.)

Kale, quinoa and wild salmon w/coconut oil, the usual staples. πŸ˜€ will relax today, maybe I’ll have enough energy to do something wonderful later.

Be well, everyone! πŸŽ‘

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6 thoughts on “πŸ’Šbattery acidπŸ’Š”

  1. NEVER mix aspirin with absinthe/Pernod. What a waste of good liquor! Just finished another viewing of the moving *Moulin Rouge.* I stopped drinking two years ago, but that green poison still…oh, how sweet it was/is still. The imagination? Fevered. Thanks for the memories. We’ll always have Paris.

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    1. I take low dose aspirin, so it’s not too bad. I just can’t go to work look those days (like today, hehe.). Opens up my blood vessels like those Cali freeways after dark, that ether. ✌
      It’s hard to overdo it since I have a pretty weak stomach, so nothing to worry about. 😁

      Paris is quite a fascinating place, and all I know of it is through music (Stereolab) and new wave art stuff! Gotta check out that movie again myself, thanks!

      peace πŸŒ…

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