October 14, 2009

Hungry

I went out today. Just quickly. Ended up going home to drop some things off and then head out again because there was nothing in the fridge and I was starving. It was 1.45pm. Well, I ended up not getting anything anywhere. I just wanted something small, a sandwich would have been okay. Something small, easy, and that would make my stomach shut up. The only place that had something to offer was a Kebab place and I wasn't craving any of it, nor was I in the mood to eat "false" Doner Kebabs because I know the real deal. Plus, that so-called Turkish stuff you get here (it is edible, and I have been to those places and I'm not saying it's bad or not good...just for the record) is just not what I call small, quick, easy and light. So, what did I do?! I went to a grocery store and bought a couple of things and then headed back home again to eat a tiny sandwich at 3.10pm. I wanted to be out there and not stuck in the apartment. I wanted to live life which apparently I've been lacking (hence the summer/fall misery still lingering around...if you forgot or never heard/read about it then click here or here).

Either way, I'm about to contiue reading a book I started two days ago. Bright, Shiny Morning by James Frey. Not sure if it's any good though. I like his writing style. It's rough, very direct, and very just about to piss most people off but for some reason I find it also filled with emotions. Maybe not visible to anyone. I might like it, I might not. We'll see... as long as it keeps me away from all the negative thinking and keeps me distracted and sort of inspired for a week...

...and oh, I caught up on most blog entries of yours...it took me a while but I'm back to my daily routine, and having less than 100 entries to read...

Happy Wednesday!

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6 comments :

Simply Me said...

just found your blog- LOVE IT!
new follower

Kelly said...

I love the color of your blog, such a pretty, warm brown! :-)

Have you read A Million Little Pieces by Frey? I endjoyed it, a little scary too though.

Your pictures are amazing! I'm enjoying look through your blog :-)

Selma said...

Yes, I read A Million Little Pieces...enjoyed it a lot even though it was quite gross and scary. ;)
And I always love new followers! :D

Kimberly said...

Do you have a Whole foods in your area? They make Incredible sandwiches. After my night time classes I always head to Whole Foods for some Avocado-Tomato sandwiches. YUM!

Kelsey @ Seattle Smith's said...

I read A Million Little Pieces a year ago ... it was pretty intriguing!

Thanks for visiting my blog - now following yours!!

Sara said...

I hate it when my reader has a 1000+ lol

What did you make? I am determined to make pizza and soup and pancakes this weekend! Oh an cupcakes!!

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