Whiskey is chicken

Trying out my genealogy skills, again, having a pretty good go at the process this time. Family doesn’t help much, but they can give you a butt load of round-about dates and family rumors/legends/dreams. Research, research, and more research weeds out the truth and sheds light on the story out You.

Also, those elders at local Historical societies really know the roots of names and how to work the system…a treasure of usefulness.

This has put my gaming on the back burner, but with that, it has opened up my reading enjoyment. Instead of trying to create a game environment, I have been getting lost in environments that others have created…and tweaked. Such as an ARC of this, and a nice western .

After finishing off my last bottle of Old Grand Dad 100, I figured I stick with Brandy for a bit…seemed like the right move considering winter will never end here, and I feel that Brandy is a good winter/nightcap drink.

Not bad, but not whiskey…in fact, I’ve missed whiskey so much that I started doing shots of brandy! Doh! And then, when I have a chance to either stock up on some bottom shelf rot gut…instead of Old Crow, I go with experimenting with Shellback Silver rum. Why do I just not stick with my favorites….it’s not bad, almost like the opposite of whiskey with a quick burn and heavy vanilla taste instead of vice-versa. But, I really should stick with whiskey…I do the same with Chinese food, always feeling adventurous and ordering something that will remind me why I love Almond Chicken so much.

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