Sunday, April 10, 2011

A Loss and a Lack

Something unprecedented has happened. It has never happened before in the history of aliyahbyaccident, which is why I said that "something unprecedented has happened."

We lost a Loyal Reader. Yesterday, we had 90. Today, 89. That's right. Someone deliberately unReadered us! I was planning a whole celebratory 90-Loyal Reader post, but now, it is all for naught. Well, Loyal Reader #90, I hope you are happy out there, in Aliyaybyaccident-less Land. I hope you have found what you are looking for, something more fulfilling, perhaps, to read in your spare time while you should be working. We were glad to fill the role of "the thing I am doing instead of the thing I am supposed to be doing," for however long it lasted. Goodbye, and remember, if you ever come back, we will welcome you with open arms, because we, at aliyahbyaccident, do not hold grudges. For too long, anyway.

In other news, dinner for this week will consist of a quarter of a lasagna. That's all that's left after the kids ate tonight. Not quite enough left for Donny and me. Certainly not enough for leftovers.

Unless ....we supplement! With all the yummy things sitting out on the counter since we cleaned the pantry for Pesach!

How about lasagna with....
....a single frozen tilapia fillet? (Okay that one's not sitting out on the counter.)
....a peanut butter chocolate chip granola bar?
....croutons and a side of ketchup?

Is your mouth watering yet?

It looks like we did too good of a job eating up our chametz before Pesach. 'Cuz there's still one week to go and by the looks of it, we'll be slurping down tuna-popcorn shakes by the time we're through.



Brilliant title - you get ten meelyon poofahs for that one. Are we still doing poofahs?

OneTiredEma said...

I'll take that granola bar off your hands. I mean if you need help with it.

Gila Rose said...

Sorry's gone....can't imagine how THAT happened...

Risa said...

One solution: institute ToWbP (take out week before Pesach). A more practical one- if you are cooking chicken for Pesach this week, freeze the bulk for the chag, but save some servings for one or two dinners this week and serve it with the rice or barley.

Gila Rose said...

TobWbP! I love it!