Monday, July 10, 2006


I'm tired. So this is going to be a fairly uninteresting post...but I have to put something out there, because if I don't I probably won't post again. Short attention span and all. I haven't been cooking or knitting much recently -- it's hot here and I'm lazy. Though when all of my yarn arrives (yay!) the knitfest will begin. And I think that somewhere I'm going to start a list of things to make once I allow myself to buy yarn again. (I may have to write myself a loophole...I'll have a nervous breakdown if I somehow run out of yarn entirely at some point in the next year. It'll work out...) First on the list is the Brioche Bodice. I really like it. It does just feel kind of silly to spend $50 on a tank top. Other than that, I'm not craving any projects that I haven't already made arrangements for. Sweet.

My extent of "cooking" recently has been dumping random things on the never-ending romaine. A few nights ago it was kidney beans, nutritional yeast, and balsamic vinegar -- no oil, because I didn't feel like getting a dish dirty to mix things in. Meanwhile, one of my roommates was eating a bologna-and-bacon-ranch-dressing-on-white-bread sandwich. (Apparently, bacon ranch dressing exists...because regular ranch is too healthy...? Dunno.) There are several ways to eat weird I guess. My other roommate was eating pizza -- she's normal.

And just a word of advice to people with kraki dogs...get a dogwalker. It is definitely one of the best decisions that I have ever made.

And just to share the funniest thing that I have ever heard...this happened like a week ago and I still think that it is fabulous. (My apologies to the people upon whom I spat rice...)

"Speaking of worshipping the devil..." You know that you're in a surreal conversation when that makes sense. And when it makes you laugh so hard that you spit rice...m'bad.

Peace. Until something interesting happens.


Blogger Cabbage said...

kraki... haven't heard that one in awhile :)

Monday, July 10, 2006 7:13:00 PM  

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