Big | Excess | And Other Words

You will recall that this web site’s Official Name is Big Food, Big Garden, Big Life in rural Mississippi (dot com).

Where “Big” is taken to be good in a wholesome, virtuous sort of way.

Mr. Big Food and I, and Miss M and SB, and Kat and Tony wandered into– geeze! what’s the name– Alamance Crossing the other day.

We went to Starbucks. That’s something different. And we wandered around and Kat & Tony drove away and the rest of us went to Barnes & Noble wherein we went our separate ways.

Turns out the First Season of the Original X-Files Mr. Big Food picked up and we bought & paid for were Blu Ray discs.

So now the problems become first-rate first world.

No. Neither the Apple nor the Microsoft Operating Systems support Blu Ray discs without a lot of hoopla I can avoid by paying <$50 on Amazon Prime for a Sony Blu Ray player.

But here’s the thing. I am in an anti-technology frame of mind right now.

And Miss M wonders if buying a <$50 Blu Ray player might not be a bit… excessive, given the number of DVDs we have.

Maybe. Maybe it is excessive. Maybe time will tell that we didn’t really need to buy a <$50 Blu Ray player. Maybe we will only use it to watch the few discs associated with the First Season of The X-Files. So what?

Here’s my New Year’s Resolution. I resolve to go Big Time Overboard in celebration of the things I love.

Old Dead White Guys.

Western Movies.

Smart men. (“Hello, Sweetie.”)


Things inspired by Christ. [as i am collecting books, i am learning that a lot of shit revolves around jesus christ :-).] (If you are just now learning how to read embedded statements, read on.)


That’s what the blog is going to be about this coming year.

AND… Did I mention that there’s… wait for it…


a puppy?

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