have i told you about my recent experience with a homeless man?
no? okay, here goes...
so, i pull up to a stoplight a couple of weeks ago,
and am stopped at a corner with a large contingency of homeless people.
a man with a sign comes up to my car.
and actually, my window happened to be rolled down about 3 inches.
enough for us to have a normal conversation through it,
but still make sure he couldn't stick his hand inside my car. ha!
first, he asks me for some money.
which i actually probably would have given to him
if it wasn't for my purse being in the trunk.
i say: no, i'm sorry. i don't have any.
next, he asks me if i have any food.
i look around my car, and don't see anything edible.
i say: no, i'm so sorry. i don't have any!
then he asks me if he could just go for a ride in my car with me.
he says it's been SO long since he's been able to ride in a car,
and that it would just make his day if he could just go for a a spin.
i say: haha, no. i have somewhere to go right now.
i'm so sorry.
finally, he tells me: i just want to 'hit a homerun with you'
can i just hit a homerun with you, please?
i say: um, no. that is not going to happen.
but thank you for asking so nicely.
(longest stop light of my life!)
recipe via marcy :)
7 cups fresh broccoli florets, bitesize
10 slices cooked, chopped bacon
1/2 cup raisins
1/4 cup finely chopped red onions
1/3 cup sunflower kernels
1 cup coleslaw dressing
1. mix all ingredients together, and voila!
i actually just had this broccoli salad for the first time at friendsgiving.
and i've been thinking about it ever since!
a delicious addition to any thanksgiving! :)