Mile and Cookies

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel <<< Dear Tina: The purpose of my blog is recreational, and, “nonsense” is the word I utter most when I am asked its content.  The truth is my readers will continue to read really boring stuff, but given the choice between making cookies for the first time since my mother’s kitchen by following a recipe, or converting leftover oatmeal into cookies with the advice of my passenger who is the owner of Milk and Cookies, I prefer the latter.  My India pa ebay listing is delayed, so the electrician story you told me will publish later – thank you for sharing.  I shared the cookies you gave me with Peter and JC in the garage, and there is a high probability JC will be a Milk and Cookie loyalist, because he deliberately solicits for passengers in the Village while the rest of us cluster in Midtown preying on tourists.  If I asked all the questions that occur to me as I pedal, then I would be sure to get some rides cut short as my passengers stand at a traffic light blasting, “eff you” objections to fine dining would omit this phrase, but it seems objections to transportation requires it.  I continue, “eff you, I thought this was transportation not interrogation”, but you let me ask about your business start-up money, and Peter, knew something about the City’s money – brava.  You’re more likely to see JC again than me, and I am sure this will feel like yesterday brought a healthy expansion of my link to fellow NYC entrepreneurs.  My best is with you and Milk and Cookies  Sincerely,  Tom P.S. maybe you could twist your, newsworthy “bacon smack” into a Northern Italian, por supuesto: capers >>> about me, use anonymous2tomdoody@gmail.com as an email address to comment without posting your email address, or login to gmail with password: anonymous123

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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