Saturday, November 18, 2006

18 November 2006, What a joyous day! What a magnificent day! Let us rejoice in today. Why? Because today was the day SGT R brought me real Oregon Tillamook Medium Cheddar Cheese, and 2 lbs of it.

I was told this was the best cheese in the world. Now, I've had real Wisconsin cheese, and I've had our own Oklahoma made Watonga cheese but since I'm a world away from the United States, I may have to agree with SGT R. He had his family send it just for me. Now is that a great guy or what!! Now if you think your cheese might be better, I am willing to put it to the test, Mrs. Dub can get the address to forward all cheese samples to.
The weather was much nicer today with the sun out again. I actually had a good morning with the exception of doing barracks inspections for the company. Health and welfare inspections to make sure the soldiers are obeying all the rules and also cleaning up after themselves.
I got all dressed up to go to the gym, but decided not to at the last minute. Not much else to report, so be safe and have a good day.


Anonymous said...

You are a lucky lucky man. I have had Tillamook and it is by far the best in the world. I can't believe you had to go to Afg whatever stan to get it. I can get it here but it's expensive. Lucky Lucky man.

MrsDub said...

I can tell that I'm going to have to post a sign that reads "Please Don't Feed The Soldier". I forget how little it takes to make you happy! Most people would get excited about getting a new car, but you're happy just getting 2 lbs of cheese. Just remember, cheese in - cheese out. Would you like crackers now?

Diana said...

Hope Mrs. Dub has a supply of Castoria to send you after all that cheese!! Be safe!

MrsDub said...

Did you do your homework? Between you and your daughter, that's the only line I know. Love ya "Cheesehead"

Anonymous said...

How long are you going to leave that cheese up there. It is wrong and it should be taken down since you cannot share with those that you are suppose to love back home.