21 November, 2015
However, I did get me a heavy pineapple that I set upside down, on the counter. Pineapples don't get ripe once picked BUT, their butts are full of juice and setting them upside down, helps the butt juice (that sounds much worse than it is), travel to the top. Once the fruit smells amazing, it's time to crack that baby open. Been doing it this way for decades and it's never failed.
That's about all here. I'm gonna go find something to eat, then hit Monster for a walk and after that, Frankenberry should be home. Boogie boogie and have a yummy day.