Geez. Now my weekend doesn't seem so important after all. It did start well, though, with a lunch date with my friend Julia, who also got married recently. We went to Hapa Sushi Grill, where we both ordered the tofu and veggie bowl.
|Julia doesn't always have blood-red eyes. Sorry, Julia.|
This dish is good, mainly because of the fried tofu, which is coated in some kind of thick sesame sugar sauce. Really. It actually tastes sweet, and yet because it is tofu and it is blanketed with veggies, I say yay! (Next time I should order two and take the other home to eat later.) (Actually, next time I should just ask for a horse's portion of the fried tofu. That's what I really want.)
Saturday was slightly yes yummy, as it was spent mostly indoors due to the inclement weather we were having. It got cold, people.
It got so cold after it snowed a bit that even the spider webs around our house froze:
Jesus I didn't need to know that there were so many spider webs around our house. Sorry if you're religious and my swearing offends you. But this seems, to me, to be a religious issue, since I'm going to need some kind of higher power to keep living here even though we've got such serious arachnid company.
On Sunday things picked up on the yummy front, and David made us banana pancakes for breakfast. We even ate together while reading the NY Times on our Apple computers.
Definitely a cliché, but a really nice morning nonetheless. After I cleaned and David worked on Popsockets for awhile, we took a hike around our house.
|It's a good thing David is funny. I like to call him Gilligan when he wears this getup.|
This is why I don't always want to run around our house:
Aside from these photographed activities, I also ate approximately 34 servings of chocolate chips as a way of assuaging PMS irritability, rage, and emotionality. At some point I also tried to buy myself happy by purchasing a new winter hat:
If I knew how to insert a thought bubble, it would read, "Finally! Something that doesn't make me look like the fat and worthless person that I am."
Perhaps it's time to think about working on some self-affirmation techniques, hmmm?
(Disclaimer: I do not think that fat = worthless. These are just the PMS/Eating Disorder thoughts that enter my head when my hormone levels skyrocket.)
*What do you think about when your hormone levels skyrocket? Do you want to be a vegetarian now that you've seen Hapa's veg-head tofu bowl?