Today I was going through my notes in Bear. I have one tag that says “Random” in which I found this;
Kay-lay lam. Lam piki-piki. Lam eensy weensy. Lam say-say… eunuchy. Snip-snip.”
What does it means, I don’t know.
When I got my Nintendo Switch (whenever that was) obviously I got Breath of the Wild along with it. And I will be really honest, I barely played it, it was like I didn’t have the patience for it at the time. Now I kinda want to give it a try again, see if I can stick with it. I have always heard great things about the game so it would be nice to get to experience them. We’ll see, I’m in the middle of playing Pokémon Let’s Go right now so it might have to wait a bit.
I don’t know karate or kung fu
But I’m gonna make it in this world
Is the little things like this that make me love this song even more.
Tonight’s delicacy, Dragon’s Milk
This legendary beer’s name was born from a story told in medieval times. The knight’s reward for slaying a dragon was the treasured “milk of the dragon.” Today, Dragon’s Milk is an English term used to describe the finest liquid in the house. We believed the liquid we were crafting would be the best in our house. A true legend, hence the name.
Notes: A barrel aged Imperial Stout with roasty malt character intermingled with deep vanilla tones, all dancing in an oak bath.
Die, die, you zombie bastards
We know what you want
Been having this song stuck in my head, all day.
Like it or not: Venom won. pic.twitter.com/Hh1kng3e5d
I will be really honest, I did not expected this from this movie. Makes me happy, though.
This right here, was my first “smartphone”, The Droid ERIS. Later on I wise up and moved to iOS but this is my origins story.
Brewed by: Goose Island Beer Co.
Style: American Imperial Stout
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 15.00%
Original Bourbon County Brand StoutAged in 4+ year old Heaven Hill Bourbon barrels, the original bourbon barrel aged stout is as good as when we first made it over 20 years ago. Flavors of cocoa, vanilla, caramel, almond, cherry, plus leather and tobacco flavors permeate this complex beer that deepens with each sip.
As Brewmaster Jared Jankoski stated, “It ain’t broke, and we didn’t try to fix it.”
Sharing this beer with my sister’s husband. Sending them off after spending a few days here in town with us. In regards to the beer, delicious, I could just sit and smell it for a while. It’s so good!
I am truly enjoying the Micro.blog experience, and the community. But I’m not going to lie, sometimes I find myself missing Wordpress for some reason. I’m thinking because I had this Ulysses/Wordpress blogging workflow. With Mb is a litttle but different when it comes to me composing and posting. Is this a thing? Would I be able to overcome it and not look back to WP?
Beast Moans Logged: 2018-23-11 18:04
Beast Moans is dark, deep and warming. The cherrywood smoked malt provides subtle cherry flavor along with a soft, smoky whisp on the finish. Rich chocolate, subtle undertones of cherry and plum with a dry, smoky and roasty finish.