This somehow became the story of the little prince. In our case it was a princes and she really cared for a rose.
Some 6 weeks ago I bought a Torrero rose root, supposed one day to become a beautiful pricky 60 centimeters rose bush. It started great giving four offsprings which a few days ago all of a sudden started dying. Little by little all of them faded giving me the ambition to continue the drama.
After the unabrupted end of the first root I have the ambition to sow another Torrero and this time to mix it with Blue Heaven.
This time I will be more careful with the watering, I promise.
P.S. The sad coincidence is that right now I am working on a website for roses.
A lot of changes happen lately and I was about to leave this blog to die as many other abandoned websites around the net. A few people were constantly asking me what’s going on and actually I blame on them the fact that I’m back here. Thank you!
During the past two months I moved my personal apartment twice and once I changed my office (with the burden of all broken snail mail correspondence and lost archive).
Now, being almost back and in nearly perfect shape I will try to catch up with the postings.
I promise by the end of the week to update March, April and the beginning of May.
The time is 3 am. Welcome back and enjoy the reading.
V for Vendetta was a nice movie. Nothing shocking, thrilling or spectacular. More naiive than fantastic, it came right for the brunch. In case you plan to watch it on video at home, here is a short recipie of the famous egg-fries:
Use any bread you have on hand. Use a non stick frying pan.
- 6 slices whole-wheat bread
- 6 eggs
- salt and pepper
- Butter bread slices on both sides.
- Cut an approximately 2 inch circle in the middle of each slice, using a cookie cutter or small glass.
- Place buttered bread slices on a nonstick griddle pan, preheated over medium heat.
- Add a bit of butter to the center of the bread, and gently crack your eggs into the whole.
- Sprinkle eggs with salt and freshly ground pepper to taste.
- When the eggs begin to set around the edge of the hole, flip.
- Finish cooking eggs as you prefer (over easy or over medium).
- The buttered bread "centers" can be grilled or toasted as well to sop up the extra yolk.