Currently I have the three ailments: an eyeball that waters almost continuously due to being struck by a high speed plastic bagel fastener, sore teeth from consuming the consequently stale bagels, and an ingrown toenail. I should go to the doctors, but my doctors office is located in an old building with very high ceilings and I do not like buildings with high ceilings. I could go to another physician but that would require filling out a lot of paperwork.
I went to the grocery store to acquire a skillet to make the Enchilada Casserole I had planned. It was the same grocery store that I purchased my Happy-Dappy Orchard Farms Super Fruit-Cups from. I saw Ian, the assistant who had helped me with my Fruit Cup problem last time before I found myself in the managers office after apparently yelling a lot. He was working at the end of the aisle. I waved. He looked at me blankly, and then walked the other way. He must have been busy and had to attend to other matters.
I have purchased a skillet. It is a very, very heavy metal frying pan and it cost me a lot of money. It is 20″ wide. I purchased the largest size just in case. I think I sprained my shoulder getting it home. Next week I will purchase the other ingredients for the casserole. I don’t want to do too much at once because I might become confused.
I read the recipe again. It seems very complicated. I have forgotten why I wished to make this meal, as my usual evening meal of canned steak, powdered mash potatoes and frozen green beans is more than adequate.
There are many steps to completing it. I read them through a few times and had to have a sit down as I felt light-headed. Kenneth, my goldfish, was swimming around in his bowl. He just eats bits of spam sandwiches. I suddenly envied the simplicity of his gastronomical requirements.