John, what do you think about a possible jyotish cause of the 2 speed related tragedies recently? The train derailment and the fiery crash of Paul Walker.
On Sunday, December 1, 2013 7:16 PM, "jr_...@yahoo.com" <jr_...@yahoo.com> wrote: Share and Bhairitu, I checked the Yahoo forecast for San Francisco, CA. They predicted good weather for the entire week. So, there's no need for snow here. So, at worst, there would probably be a thin coat of frost in the garden early in the morning. No sweat. By the way, I like bok choy as a vegetable. It's easy to cook and can fit with any main dishes. I have some in the fridge right now. But tonight I might go to Tommy's Joynt to have their lamb shank dinner entree. It's the best lamb dish I've ever tasted-- for those who have not tried it and are thinking of visiting San Francisco in the near future. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <sharelong60@...> wrote: Oy, last night at Steal A Gift party I ate a lot of shrimp. Gout just around the corner. Tonight my Dad and step Mom took me to a restaurant right across the water from the Naval Academy. Lights on the water are so beautiful. Anyway, I ordered salmon with mashed cauliflower and baby bok choy. And then we shared a banana orange bread pudding. Yum! But I may have to do a light fast when I return to the land of the Domers (-: On Sunday, December 1, 2013 6:13 PM, Bhairitu <noozguru@...> wrote: I've never eaten at PF Chang's as it was always crowded located in Broadway Square in shi-shi Walnut Creek. One nearby Chinese restaurant named the "Zen Restaurant" gives you lightly stir fried vegetables on every combination plate. Rotating foods is a good idea I made a shrimp chow mien yesterday for my main meal. Too much turkey! :-D On 12/01/2013 02:22 PM, Share Long wrote: > >If I eat one more bite of chicken, I think I'm gonna sprout feathers! Mom and >I went to PF Chang today and she got lettuce wrapped chicken. Yum, but I'm >yearning for my quinoa (-: > > > > > > >On Sunday, December 1, 2013 3:13 PM, Bhairitu <noozguru@...> wrote: > > >According to the Weather Channel it's supposed to rain in the Bay Area >on Tuesday. AND temps are supposed to be in the high 20s overnight (at >least around here). That could lead to snow and funny thing is the >other night I had a dream about driving in SF in the snow (like Seattle >gets). That would be a real mess. Fortunately the Weather Channel's >forecasts aren't alway that good. > >Much of the US is getting record low temperatures due to the flow of >arctic air. Even in the Bay Area we are getting some low over night >temps which means that we are getting 4 seasons in one day because it >can warm up by late morning. In fact I wore shorts and a t-shirt to the >waterfront park and skipped putting on a jacket. > >In spite of warming up the parking on the street downtown was fairly >empty as was the farmer's market. Maybe buying food was the last thing >on folks mind after the Thursday gorge. > > > >