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A “Scorchin'” Review

I don’t know what’s wrong with me – I’ve had no appetite these past couple of days.  I’ve eaten because I know I need to but I just haven’t had the urge to eat.  It’s really weird.  I hope it goes away soon.

Anyway, I was hoping to get out of my appetite rut by trying something new in the kitchen but I wasn’t in the mood to start totally from scratch.  This seemed like a good time to try a meal kit that I bought at the store a couple of weeks ago.

It’s a Tasty Thai Noodle Meal kit from Spaa Natural foods.  The flavor is what got me – I love sweet and sour products and thought this would be a great meal to try, especially with its three dollar price ticket and all natural label!


This is what the company’s website says about this product:

Sweet and Sour: Sweet and tangy sauce with herbs

EXPERIENCE: Real Thai meal for two in 7 minutes
TASTE: Closest the restaurant taste
WHOLESOME: Contains chucky vegetables.
SHELF STABLE: (12 months) with no preservatives added.

Impressive stats for a meal kit, especially with no preservatives.  I was a little wary of the sodium – a whopping 38% for only a third of the meal but I figured since it was just one meal, it would be okay.  The best part?  Not only was I able to pronounce all the words in the ingredients list but I even recognized them!  That’s the true test of a meal kit.


The directions were simple to follow – boil water, add noodles, drain when soft, and then add sauce.  I went a little fancy and did the stove top directions with cut up chicken and a cup and a half of frozen vegetables.

Inside the kit is a package of dried rice noodles and another packet of sauce that is rather large.  As seen in the photo, the sauce packet was the same size as the noodles but a little bit thinner.  I was excited about this – I love dishes with a lot of sauce.

While the water for the noodles were boiling, I cut up the chicken and threw it in a pan with the vegetables and about a tablespoon of olive oil.  Juggling the stir-frying and the noodles was an easy task and I found that they were both ready to go in about seven to eight minutes.

Once the chicken and veggies were thoroughly cooked, I threw them into a medium-sized Tupperware bowl.  As a side note, the veggies were from a Bird Eye’s Asian Stir-fry frozen vegetable blend that has carrots, baby corn, broccoli, water chestnuts, sliced bell peppers, mushrooms, sugar snap peas, and onions.  It’s absolutely delicious and a great bag to have on hand for when a dish needs a little more servings of veggies.

Once the noodles were done, I added them and the sauce into the bowl with the vegetables and chicken.  The sauce smelt so good!  Kind of sweet yet a little bit of spice in the mix.  Yum!  My only beef with it?  There’s no “chunky vegetables” like the website proposes.  Thank goodness I cooked my own.

After mixing it for a couple of minutes so that everything was evenly coated, I split everything in half and placed it into two bowls – one for Alec and one for me!

The final product looked and smelled delicious – definitely not something I would have expected to come out of a triangular box.  True, it had a little help from the extras I threw in but I think the smell and the beautiful sight was all the mix’s benefit.  I took a heaping bite of it and . . .


This stuff was hot!  And not temperature wise but spice wise!  Now, I’m not a wimpy kind of girl – I like my food to be spicy at times but this stuff was a lot little too spicy for me.  I checked the ingredients and at the very bottom, it mentions “fresh red chilies” but I didn’t think it would have that big of a kick!  The package also indicated that it would be mild but this was far beyond that.

I tried to eat as much as I could but the heat was overbearing and so I just picked out the meat and vegetables and slurped up a few noodles before calling it a day.  Alec didn’t even make it that far!  We both had a huge glass of water to bring down the heat but even a couple of hours later, I can still feel it in my mouth.

Aside from the heat, I could taste a bit of sweet and sour in it – a good sauce with just a little too much heat for me.  The meal was a good proportion for two people.  To complete the meal, all it would need would be a serving of bread or fruit.  The time it took to pull together was excellent – I was able to prepare everything and sit down to eat in less than twenty minutes.  My only problem with the entire thing was the heat.  I would recommend this products to others but only for those who love a highly spicy dish.

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Hospital Time

Mondays.  They’re so wonderful.  Especially when you find yourself that night eating chocolate and glowering at your laptop screen in anger.


Today has, in short, sucked.  I got a call this morning that my older sister had been admitted into the hospital for chest pains.  Later, they found out that her gallbladder has basically stopped working and something was wrong with her pancreas, though I’m not sure what.  Of course, I skipped all five of my classes today and work to go make sure she was okay.

While I was there, I found out via e-mail that the University System of Georgia has proposed yet another three million dollar budget cut for the 2011 fiscal year.  You know, next year.


The last time this happened, tuition increased tremendously for incoming students – luckily not for me since I’m on a four-year fixed tuition – and $200 permanent fees that aren’t covered by HOPE, the in-state scholarship that I receive to pay for all my tuition and such.  Technically, it should pay for all of my school fees and give me more for books but I always end up paying three hundred or more in fees that the university keeps adding on.  Even more so, these budget cuts will eliminate many of the programs in the department that I am currently enrolled in.

Yeah.  That blows.

This could mean that either my program would be severely understaffed or I’ll have to stay longer to graduate or I’ll have to transfer in my last year just to finish my program.  Did I mention that there isn’t another program like this in my state?  It’s just peachy keen here.

In even better news, the school that I plan on going for Graduate school is planning on terminating the program in order to comply with the state budget cuts.  That leaves me with three other programs to choose from but two of them are crap and the other only accepts ten-twenty a year in the program, which is going to be even more competitive if the other school’s program closes.

It’s just been a horrible day.

Fortunately, these are just proposed cuts so it may not have to happen but it’s just ridiculous.  Instead of getting rid of the stupid programs that we have here, which wastes millions of dollars on things that have nothing to do with academics, the school is willing to shut down those programs that have actual value.  It sucks even more that it’s the ones I need.

Anyway, on to a bullet form of food:

  • The rest of the trail mix [minus the raisins]
  • Half of the rice/vegetable mixture from Inoko’s that I shared with Alec in the hospital
  • Juice box
  • A house salad and Chicken Enchilada soup with chips and salsa from Chili’s, courtesy of my mom
  • A 16 oz French Vanilla cappuccino from the gas station on the way home.
  • Too many caramel filled Hershey kisses.

Now time to go study for a test that’s tomorrow.  I would love to throw in the towel and say “what’s the point” after today but since this may not happen, might as well not dwell on it.

But it still sucks.


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No Appetite

Do you ever have days where you wake up and you’re just not hungry?  I get like this once in a blue moon and today just happened to be that day.

I woke up around 8:45am this morning and got ready for work – I didn’t even take a shower since my hair still looked good and I didn’t smell.  I know I’m not the only one who does this.  :0]  Work was quick, even though it was cry-central in the nursery.  The kids were not happy today.  Well . . . one kid wasn’t happy but when he cried, it set off a chain of crying spree in everyone else.


Came home around one and took a shower.  I thought for sure I would be hungry but just wasn’t feeling it.  I did have nearly a handful of tortilla chips that Alec was eating but not too much.  Around four, I decided enough was enough and played in the kitchen.

I bought this acorn squash a while ago and kept meaning to experiment with it for sometime now.  Today just seemed like the perfect day.

I started by cutting it in half – not an easy feat.  The skin of the acorn was very tough and didn’t want to be cut in half but I eventually got it, even though it was far from perfect.  I decided to go with the smaller half since I wasn’t hungry and nuked it in the microwave for three minutes to soften it up.

When it was all warm and mushy, I scrapped out the insides with a fork.

I kept thinking that it looked so much like a pumpkin on the inside that it would taste good with the same seasonings.  Because of this, I added a few shakes of cinnamon and nutmeg plus a little bit of butter.

Stirring with a fork, I mixed everything together until it looked like it was all one consistency.  The verdict?  It was okay.  Next time, I will definitely add brown sugar and a little more butter to give it a sweeter flavor.  Since I was craving for a little sweetness, I had two or three bites of this:

It was good.

Around six, Alec and I both decided it was time to go eat something and not be weird by not eating.  Of course, neither one of was willing to cook so we headed to a Japanese take-out place nearby called Inoko’s Express.  Inoko’s Express is just a fast version of a very popular Japanese steak house/hibachi grill here in Athens called, of course, Inoko’s.  It’s not real Japanese, of course, but it’s still good and cheap.  We decided to dine on the inside though it was a little weird with it’s Sinatra pictures and Big Band music.  Not something I’d expect from a Japanese place but it was still pleasant.

I started with a small cup of Japanese Onion soup, which is free and comes out of this little jug.  To be honest, this stuff isn’t that impressive – tastes like really salty beef stock that’s been watered down.  I added onion crisps to mine and called it a day.  Favorite part?  It was warm and free.


I ordered teriyaki chicken and steak with vegetables and fried rice.  It was decent – nothing more and nothing less than what I expected considering the price but it was good and worth the trip.  I barely ate half of this and boxed the rest up for lunch tomorrow, giving Alec the rest of the meat and I took his vegetables.


Now it’s nine-thirty and I’m thinking about going to bed but I’m suddenly feeling a popsicle.  Cold, fruity things just sound so yummy at this time at night.


Oh, and before I go, I’ve had two small cups of this throughout the day:

Tis the nectar of the gods.  :0]]]

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Busy Little Bee

Sorry to go AWOL for these past couple of days.  After posting Thursday, it’s just been long days of never-ending tasks and almost no food pictures.


I’ll try to recap as best as I can.


I was able to locate some food, thank goodness.  It wasn’t the best stuff in the world and for seven bucks, I was a little pissed, but this is what I had:

A cup of chicken noodle soup which I think should be called dumplings in chicken broth and a few softs carrots for good measure because that’s what it really tasted like.  I wanted the chilly but this was all they had left – can’t complain, though.  The weather was freezing and very windy so the soup warmed me up!

I also bought and orange for 75¢.  It was so juicy and sweet!  Mmmmmm.


After class, I waited in the hotel lobby for my professor with Alec.  He was hungry and so bought a bag of chips and a cookie for each of us.

I ate the peanut butter cookie and it was delicious!  Still warm with a gooey center but a crispy outside.  Yummy.

For the two-hour drive, I brought a bag of trail mix.  I snacked on-and-off on the way there and the two-hour trip back, picking out the raisins, of course.  I don’t know why, but as a child, I was convinced that raisins were rotten grapes and to this day, I can’t eat them by them selves.  In cookies or hot dishes, I’m fine, but by themselves?  Oh, no.  That’s not going to happen.  I’ve been looking for trail mix without raisins but have been unsuccessful.

Anyways, I still have about half a bag or more of the trail mix so I think I’m going to keep it in my bag for emergency munchies.


At the training, I had a 6-inch turkey sandwich from Subway with lettuce, tomato, red onions, and pickles.  On the side, I had a mini-bag of original Sunchips and two 3 Musketeers Truffle Crisp Bars, which were to die for!  I love light, fluffy chocolate with a little crunch to it so this hit the spot!  And best of all, it was free!


The presentation went well, even though I felt like I was going to puke the entire time.  I’m not what you would call a “public speaker.”  In fact, what ever the opposite of that is, that’s me.

I didn’t get home until about midnight, which sucked.


I was bone tired Friday and still had a lot to do – pack, go to class, work, etc.  This is where the bad food starts . . . Here’s how it went

  • Went to Chik-fil-a on the way to class and got a chicken biscuit.  It was delicious so I regret nothing.
  • Sexuality Class
  • Work for a couple of hours.
  • Skipped my last class to load up the car with the dog, boy, and duffel bag to go to boy’s hometown for his mom’s rehearsal dinner.
  • Got there insanely early.  Picked up a Sonic burger, some fries, and a cherry slushy before unloading everything at Alec’s dad’s house.  Drooled over the huge flat screen TV and talked to the step-mom before heading to rehearsal dinner.
  • I sat in the church for about an hour and half, being bored, with boy’s grandmother and future step-grandparents.  We made fun of things and talked.
  • We went to dinner at a local restaurant after the rehearsal dinner.  Really awkward since it was where Alec worked in high school and some of the people who he worked with were still there, including our waitress.  I had the spinach Talipia on a bed of rice and mashed sweet potatoes.  It was a lot of food but I ate all of it, even though the waitress failed to mention that the “lemon” sauce was actually a heavy cream sauce.
  • Watched the Olympics with the stepmom – tried [and failed] to understand curling and got angry that Apollo Ono was robbed his medal.
  • Had a horrible night of tossing around on the bed and multiple trips to the bathroom.  Not fun.

Yeah,  it was wonderful.  Really.



Saturday was a fun-filled day of wedding and errand stuff.  Wanna see?  Of course you do.  :0]

  • 7:30am: Woke up but then realized I was going to be up for a really long time and tried to go back to sleep.
  • 9:00am:  Got up for real because the bed was just that horrible.  Made the bed and then headed out to the living room.  Watched Campus PD on G4 with Alec.  Marveled at the fact that a show like this existed.  Still drooled over the magnificent TV.
  • 10:0am:  Took a shower – came with a lot of grooming since it was a “big day.”
  • 10:30am:  Got out of shower and said “hello” Alec’s dad who just came back from a business trip to Tennessee.
  • 10:40am:  Blow dried, straighted, and prettified my hair while praying that it would stay straight all day and not try to return to its naturally wavy self.  Also put on makeup, which include eye shadow.  Tried not to cry as I stabbed myself in the eye since it’d been forever since putting on eye makeup, aside from mascara.
  • 12:00pm:  Finally finished getting completely ready.
  • 12:10pm:  Left the house to find a charger for my laptop since mine died and the converter I was using with Alec’s mysteriously disappeared – we’re positive the dog or cat ate it.  While searching, we shared a plate of sesame chicken, fried rice, noodles, steamed vegetables, and two dumplings at the Chinese place in the mall.  I also had a sugar cookie from the American Cookie Company.  Finally located a travel sized charger at a small computer repair store for a lot less than the hundred that Best Buy wanted.
  • 2:00pm:  Went to the salon and got a manicure and pedicure – no reason other than I wanted to.  :0]
  • 2:40pm:  Returned to Alec’s dad’s house.  Was going to take a nap but ended up reading instead.
  • 4:20pm:  Alec and I started to actually get ready – he put on his tux, I put on my dress, etc.
  • 5:30pm:  Arrived at the church.  We grabbed Chik-fil-a sandwiches, fries, and sweet teas on the way.  I ended up giving most of my fries to a little boy named Austin, who was apparently really lonely.  Wandered around and took pictures while waiting for everything to start.
  • 7:00pm:  The wedding started.
  • 7:20pm:  Ceremony over – reception starts.  I had a snicker doodle, brownie, a bunch of pineapple chunks, and two little cheesecake squares.  Oh, and a few bites of the strawberry cheesecake and orange cremesicle layers of the wedding cake.  Most of the evening was spent watching other people dancing and talking.  I refused to do the “Cupid’s shuffle,” “Electric Slide,” or the “Hoedown, Throw-down.”
  • 10:30pm: Reception over.  Drove to Alec’s mom’s house to pick up groom’s tux to return Sunday.  Ended up staying to wish the couple a good time on their honey moon to Hawaii and to eat a couple more snicker doodles.
  • 11:00pm:  Drove back to Alec’s dad’s house.  Packed all the stuff up and talked about the wedding.
  • 12:02am:  Drove back to Alec’s mom’s house to grab the socks that the groom forgot to put in his bag.
  • 12:05am:  Finally on our way home.
  • 12:20am:  Stopped in a gas station near my hometown.  Old high school buddy and one of my long time friends was working there as a night manager.  Ended up talking for a while.
  • 1:40am:  Left the gas station to go home.  Feeling hungry so we grabbed a double cheese burger from McDonald’s and shared a Dr. Pepper Slushie with Alec.
  • 2:10am:  Got home.  Unpacked everything.
  • 2:14am:  Went to sleep.  Thank goodness.


And that was my really long day.  Here are a few picture from the day:

The beautiful and yummy cake.

The beautiful bride and her handsome son [aka Alec].

Alec and I at the end of the night – I’m happy to report that my hair stayed straight for the entire night.


All kidding aside, it was a great weekend and a beautiful wedding!  Now it’s time for rest and relaxation before starting up the busy week on more time.



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Down Home Cooking

Finally made it to my parents’ last night to celebrate with my family about my brother getting his licenses yesterday.  We were going to go to a Mexican restaurant but decided on a local bar-and-grill typed place called Mike’s.  Oh, but before I go into that . . .

Oh my goodness, it was so good!  Yummy!  It’s blurry but it’s a cookie sandwich!  Two large chocolate cookies with thick vanilla icing in the middle and sprinkles on the outside!  I saw it when I was getting my brother’s cookie cake and it was on sale for two dollars for two cookies!


I only ate half of it and gave the rest of the cookie to Alec but it was delicious.  The fact that it’s sister is waiting patiently to be consumed at my apartment is killing me.


For actual dinner I had . . .

Potato soup with cheese and crackers.  I put butter on my crackers because I think it tastes good – is that weird?  After the soup, I also had . . .

A bar-be-que sandwich and crinkled fries!  Yummy!  I love bar-be-que so much!  With the fries, I dipped them in ketchup, which is [obviously] not pictured.  And can you believe that this was only $3.50?  Well, it was and it was good.  I snagged a chicken wing off of Alec’s plate [ten wings and fries – also three-fifty ] and it was decent but not hot enough for me.


By the way, taking pictures of your food in a busy, small town restaurant is apparently a no-no.  I got so many strange looks.  What?  Doesn’t everyone take pictures of their food?!  Apparently not in rural Georgia.  I don’t care – it was yummy and worthy of a picture!

When we got back to my parents, I had another slice of cookie cake and watched the Olympics with the family.  When we finally got home [you know, at eleven . . .] I just went to sleep.  Now it’s almost one on Thursday and I’m starving!!!  I’ve had nothing to eat all day because I’ve had no time and I didn’t eat breakfast nor pack a lunch because I went to sleep last night.


Hopefully I’ll be able to snag some lunch before my next class since I’ll be busy again today!  Here’s the schedule for the rest of the day:

  • 1:00pm – find a place that sells food and buy it.  Consume.
  • 2:00pm – Go to class.  Try not to fall asleep or get called on.
  • 3:30pm – go stand in the cold next to the hotel on campus.  Try not to look creepy.  Wait for my supervisor to pick me up.
  • 4:00-6:20: Drive to a far away place near Atlanta to conduct a training.  Curse the whole way since I’ll be crammed into a seven person van with six other people, all of our equipment and our bookbags.
  • 6:20-7:00:  Wolf down the promised sandwich and be satisfied.  Set up room for training and stay calm.
  • 7:00-8:30: listen to everyone else while they do their mildly interesting topics and try to look knowledgable and older.  Being the youngest in the room will not come with perks tonight.
  • 8:30-9:00:  Do my not-so-interesting part of the training.  Try not to stutter, be nervous, look stupid, or piss anyone off.  Oh, and please keep the blushing to a minimum.
  • 9:00-11:30:  Clean up the room and the drive back to Athens.  Curse that it’s late and now my bed time and I’m shoved in a van full of strangers.  Text Alec for sympathy.  Get none in return since he’s either in the meeting from hell or asleep.
  • 11:30 – ?:  Get picked up from Alec at an apartment complex.  Once again, try not to be creepy.  Go home, talk about the training, grab a snack/meal, and pack for Alec’s mom’s wedding since I slept last night.  Be really mad that I can’t just go to sleep.

And yeah, that’s pretty much it.  I’m off to find food now!

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Class Projects Involving Food are FUN!

This semester, Alec is taking a class that is designed to introduce future teachers to different technological tools for use in the classroom.  One of his assignments is to make a “story” using photos and audio via a software offered in class.  He decided for his project to tell how to make a certain meal and a dessert.  What this really means is I cooked the meal with pictures and then he’ll put it all together afterwards.  I’m completely okay with this because I love to cook and take pictures!  Plus, I wanted to be able to actually eat what was prepared.


Alec chose three things to make: Grilled Mahi-Mahi with grapefruit, avocado, and watercress salad, Parmesan Roasted Potatoes, and Berries and Coconut Cream.  He chose this with the assumptions that he would be making it, not me, and so wanted it to be easy.  I really wish he had went for taste and not level of difficulty.

I followed Real Simple recipe down to a tee except that I cut it in half and used spinach instead of watercress because I couldn’t find it at the store.  As pretty as this dish turned out to be, we both found that we did not like it.  The fish was too bland – definitely needs more seasoning – and that the lime dressing on top of the fish didn’t do much for the fish but over powered the rest of the ingredients.  I even stopped eating the spinach because the sweet lime sauce was the only thing I could taste.  Everything just seemed to be different tastes that look like they should work together but in reality, they don’t.  The fish was too bland, the sauce to tart/sweet, and the grapefruit to sour to be of any help.

Just not very appealing.  I will probably never cook this again but it was good enough for the project since they’ll be seeing, not eating.

By the way, and I could be completely wrong about this, but I didn’t realize that green onions and scallions were the same thing – I’ve always heard green onions growing up.  I looked everywhere for “scallions” in the store but there were no signs – they were called “green onions” there, too!  I ended up getting green onions because I thought they looked the same as the picture and, lo and behold, it was the same thing!  Does this happen to anyone else?

Thank goodness Alec chose Parmesan roasted potatoes!  One of the only things that I ate on that whole plate that satisfied me.  I wasn’t able to roast them in a roasting pan since I don’t have one so I used a flat cookie sheet instead.  The potatoes came out crispy and yummy – like a French fries but [hopefully] not as bad for you.  This was one recipe that I would like to try again sometime, maybe with a beef dish or grilled chicken.  I feel that it’s very versatile and could be paired with many different dishes!

Obviously, we deviated with this recipe by using strawberries and not a mixture of smaller berries but there’s a reason!  We could have paid twice as much for berries that we don’t really care for or pay less for ones that we do like.  Which one would you choose?  I bet it would be the cheaper berries that you like!


Oh my goodness.  This was by far the best part of dinner!  I’ve had my far share of strawberries and cream growing up but this may be my now all time favorite way to make it.  The whip cream is delicious – a subtle blend of rich milk and coconut – and gives a good spin to the strawberries.  Using a lime when mixing the strawberries with sugar also added a nice tart flavor to it.  I loved this stuff.  I even licked the cream from the plate, which is not something I do.  I normally don’t really care for whip cream but this was stuff sent by the gods.


I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!

Bottom line – the berries and potatoes are sure to be seen in our kitchen again but the mahi-mahi?  Probably not unless I did some serious tampering with the recipe.

Now off to homework, reading, and sleep!  See you in the morning!

Oh, before I forget!  Check out this giveaway at Eat, Drink, and Be Hopeful for your chance to win Chobani yogurt!

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Sunday Eats and Monday Breaks

Sunday was a semi-busy/study day.  I went to work to watch the kids, per usual, and decided to have breakfast there.  I work as a nursery attendant on Sundays and they always have a little breakfast buffet-type set up so I figured it would save me some time.  Unfortunately for my weight plans, all that was left was a box of Krispy Kreme doughnuts.  I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy every bite of that gooey, sugary awesomeness.


It was such a pretty day, too, that we decided to take the kids out onto the playground.  There was lots of dirt and, of course, I was dressed in nice clothing as I’m supposed to, but the kids enjoyed it so much that I hope it’s that lovely next Sunday.

When I made it back home a little after lunch time, Alec had returned from work and we decided to enjoy the time outside by driving around town.  We ended up going to the mall at some point where Alec got a new pair of jeans and a button down and I got a new shirt!  Great fun.


After a couple hours of not being productive, hunger was starting to set in.  We went to a restaurant near the mall called Rafferty’s since it was close and smelled amazing from the street.  I chose grilled Mahi-mahi with grilled vegetables and orzo pasta.  I wasn’t able to finish it all, even though it was only a 7 oz, so I took the rest home and had it later for dinner.  At least this way you get to see the picture!


The dish was simple and delicious – a favorite type of mine.  The vegetables were a good mixture, too.  Usually restaurants just put in broccoli and carrots and call it a day but this had squash, zucchini, a mixture of different onions, peppers, etc.  Yummy!  I also shared an appetizer of fried pickles with Alec, which were perfect and made me yearn for some fried green tomatoes.  Mmmm.


I also had a little bit of Alec’s salad and a croissant with butter.

Later that night, I ate the rest of my meal along with a Popsicle, this time in strawberry.  It was mostly to keep myself awake while I studied for my Housing and Consumer Economics exam that was Monday morning.

Blah.  That class sucks.

Before studying, however, I wasted most of my day with the windows open and watching movies – Enchanted and Pumpkin.  Both were entertaining and interesting in their own right but Pumpkin was a little too Sundance-y for me.  And it was long.  And it had some really bad acting.  But I love Christina Ricci!  Enchanted was cutesy and it had that guy from Grey’s Anatomy, which made Alec happy.


This morning [Monday] wasn’t as beautiful as the past few days.  All rainy and gloomy.  I woke up a little early to get in some last-minute studying and breakfast.  I had Total Cinnamon Crunch cereal with a little bit of lactose-free milk in between skimming chapters in my book.  I’ve taken the test already and I feel pretty good about it but now I’m sitting in the hallway waiting for my next class since my class between the two was canceled.


I’m not sure what’s for lunch since I completely forgot to pack it but it will most likely be a sandwich from Jimmy Johns.

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