That’s Olivia trying to buy a 5 cent piece of candy. Every kiosk makes you shop from outside the store and behind a locked gate.
We make pizza at home because delivery pizza is awful here.
But who needs delivery when the bakeries sell pizza bread?! We toss some sauce and cheese on it, plus lots of veggies and it’s (almost) like being at home.
The one below is a small. Olivia got us a big pie, but I wanted even more.
Louisiana Gold is the only hot sauce I could find in this country’s supermarkets. I never saw it in the US, but it’s not bad.
The only hot sauce you could get at restaurants here (if they have any at all) is Tabasco, which is spicy, but doesn’t have much flavor.
Random facts about my running:
- On my last 2 training runs, I hurt so badly that I had to jump in a cab at the end. ;-)
- I’ve done 4 or 5 marathons in the US
- Marathons are 26.2 miles. I’m noticing that people who do 5-mile runs are suddenly calling what they do “marathons.” Earn the tittle before you wear it, people. ;-)
- I’m working on my goal of doing a marathon in every continent. S. America is coming soon.
- I haven’t trained nearly enough for this marathon. I don’t care.
- My feet are in serious pain. I should have switched to new sneakers, but it might too late now. I’ll just live with it.
I saw it on Hooked On Houses.
The devices, called GenShocks, can be installed both in ordinary and hybrid vehicles, lowering fuel consumption by 1 to 6 percent, depending on the vehicle and road conditions, said Shakeel Avadhany, chief executive of the company, which is based in Cambridge, Mass.
I read it here (where there are more pictures):