Sauerkraut

Left where we found her 40 years ago. Our Lady of the Countless Sleepovers.
Left where we found her 40 years ago. Our Lady of the Countless Sleepovers.

On Thursday the 31st, my last day in the apartment, the BAR ran a third and final article on my odyssey. It was a nice piece and I appreciate their kindness over the last couple of years.

My one small quibble is over the Bette Davis “sissies” quote. I also said, “and I don’t think she was being homophobic. She couldn’t afford to be.” But wordiness can be a problem for me, their editors were probably right.

On New Years Day I followed the strict dietary laws of my people and had some delicious pork, sauerkraut, and mashed potatoes. Good fortune is destined to follow.

May there be as many gold bars in your year as there were strands of cabbage in your pot.

See also:

The Metropolitan Museum of Jackie
Bertha’s Brownies
Chartreuse Lady

2 thoughts on “Sauerkraut

  1. I not only had KRAUT but worked on my needle work…You know you are supposed to work on your pillowcases also…Makes for a Happy and prosperous New Year

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