Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Seriously addicted...

You know I'm seriously addicted to this blogging thing when I am taking time out of my precious sleep hours to post today. I have to get up at 3:45 AM for yet another 6 AM flight and I am still feeling sick like a dog. My throat is so raw, I can almost see the red, swollen epithelium in my mind. My nose is so clogged I can't smell or taste much of anything. Makes it hard to have a WED moment... If you don't know what I mean, try Googling WED in the search bar to the right...

But whining gets me no where. Sleep does. So with that, I'll share you one picture from my dinner with my sister.

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If you can guess what fish this is from this picture, you will have my most sincere respect for the rest of my life.

I'll be doing a more detailed report very soon about that dinner - either tomorrow or Monday. My blogging for the rest of the week really depends on my Wi-Fi situation in WV... And when I come back, look forward to some exciting wedding pictures of beautiful Gwyn and her lovely Nic!

9 comments:

galinusa said...

I'll give it a shot. Is it halibut? :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm too fixated on that orange nail polish to think about the fish!
Hope you feel better soon.
--Mariko/supereggplant

Sylvie said...

Could it be "Butterfish"?

The Papa Bear said...

Yeah, I also got fixated on the orange nail polish. :)

Umm... The Baby Bear didn't even give me a warning shot for this one, so I'm in the dark, like everyone else.

Is it seabass?

The Papa Bear said...

Can I have a second guess?
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Well, I'll give it anyway.

I'm not sure lemon would go well with the seabass (yep, I'm thinking about the orange nail polish again), so I'm thinking that it might be a firmer fish. And the texture reminds me of ... sturgeon.

All right, I'll have to call The Baby Bear to find out. :)

Jack said...

Monkfish?

Fatemeh Khatibloo-McClure said...

I'm saying monkfish

Sam said...

I have never seen a monk fish that fat.
i guess I have always dealt with the dreg tail ends.

I am going to suggest seabass

Alice said...

Wow, thanks for all the guesses!!! The answer is up now here!