Sunday, January 22, 2012
So while I appreciate my wife rubbing it in my face about the fine amenities that are available in the U.S., I will try to retaliate with posting about a good day of my own, only mine is in spectacular weather. Ha!

Today I found Bamburies. Their slogan "The choicest meats". Now while I'm not sure that "choicest" is a word, their slogan describes what they are: they are a meat wholesaler. They have a wide variety of meat, but the most important to me is Beef. This is not buffalo like that sold in other places, like Spar, this is cow beef. Yum. I haven't tried it yet, but I certainly look forward to it and maybe that can be another blog post.

If you are interested this link will show you where their store is: http://g.co/maps/ek89s

They packed the meat so good, I went ahead and drove up the road to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch and had the fajitas though I thought about having the club sandwich just so I could remind my wife how good it is. :) Anyway, while there, the waiter tells me about a concert they will be hosting on the 26th and proceeds to give me a free pass. Awesome. So I will be attending a concert featuring a U2 cover band on the 26th while my wife has to work all week. Sarcastic sad :(

So that was the fun part of my day, then the India came into play when my electricity suddenly went out. That normally is not blog worthy, but this time it didn't come back on. Check the breakers, but all is well. Checked the breakers in the basement, but they're good too. Called the electrician, thankfully still available on a Sunday night, and he informs me that the transfer switch died. The transfer switch is the box that decides whether to use generator power or main power. However, it can apparently just fail to a point that nothing gets through. Fantastic. In any event, it is fixed now and I can get some sleep knowing that my phone will be charged in the morning. In times like these, its important to focus on priorities.

5 comments:

Lorenda said...

I am tempted to test your phone around 2pm here. Have fun eating clubs and singing along with "Beautiful Day".

Lorenda said...

Oh, and I just loaded about seven complete outfits into mom's washing machine. This is by far my most-missed amenity. Large Washers.

Chance said...

At first I thought this post was about the show "Bachelor", but like an Indian version. That would be awesome.

Lorenda said...

Especially since arranged marriages are so common over here. Instead of the actual bachelor choosing a bride, his parents would pick. I bet the hot tub scenes would be drastically reduced...

Electricians Greenwood Indiana said...

The parents believe that there are certain rules to follow in the entire “marrying away a daughters” process and those rules are meant to be never-broken.

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