Parmesan pecan crusted mahi mahi with roasted tomatoes — Suzassippi’s Lottabusha County Chronicles

It was cold and windy and snowing yesterday and I had no desire to attempt the grocery store. Not only was it cold and windy and snowing, it was Saturday which typically means long lines here. I ventured outside long enough to put out birdseed for my feathered buddies and spent the rest of the day working on research, cleaning the kitchen, and entertaining the dogs while the new North East Sparc internet access was installed. The big city has come to north east Mississippi…at least in terms of broadband rapid access. We were fine with cable, but folks out in the county were often still reliant on satellite and dial-up for the most part, if they had any access at all. We actually had students at the university who were using their cell phones to access remote classes when I retired. As soon as the rollout was announced by our power co-op, Rand signed up. They needed a certain number of subscribers, and besides his thinking it was the right thing to do to support this important need, it speeds up our ability to upload. While that would have been great back when I was conducting online classes and needed to upload videos, etc., I do not really need it now…but the time could come and it is good to be prepared.

Parmesan pecan crusted mahi mahi with roasted tomatoes

About Wichita Genealogist

Originally from Gulfport, Mississippi. Live in Wichita, Kansas now. I suffer Bipolar I, ultra-ultra rapid cycling, mixed episodes. Blog on a variety of topics - genealogy, DNA, mental health, among others. Let's
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