Blue collar all week. My work uniforms kind of suck, really.
Okay Dave, these are a little better than the last ones I tried. Side by side taste test results…. Archer Farms for the win. Perfect blend of sweet and spice. Idk, this mundane crap is important to me. This has been a psa.
I went to the Juggalo tag and had a look. Wow. I didn’t know they still existed. Whoop whoop I guess.
Iceberg Gorgonzola wedge salad and mushroom risotto tonight. Ugh already called out once since I left work at 4:30.
Productive! Made cilantro pesto, Gorgonzola dressing for iceberg wedeges, and tomato and yellow pepper coulis. Currently cooking brown rice for easy microwave reheating later this week. Also look at my disturbing amount of flavored coffee creamer, ghetto fabulous Starbucks up in here. I can finally afford to buy whatever coffee creamer looks good, another life goal achieved. Life of the last of the famous international playboys.
Wolf & Man presents versatile, yet modern outerwear.
Their stuff is pretty awesome. The fabrics and fit are amazing and the construction is top notch. I’ve loved everything I’ve worn or tried on from this company. Can’t say enough good things.
Big Sunday plans:
Take a scalding hot shower.
Drop Clove off for his grooming.
Go to Target because I’m running out of everything. Pick up handsome dog from groomers.
Go to the market and get food for the week.
Finish straightening up the place.
Make tomato sauce, cilantro pesto, chili, and curry today. I’m on 24 hour call for seven days starting Monday so I have to make sure I can make food quickly so I don’t revert to eating garbage this week.
Go to La Paloma for a dinner date.
Full day planned. Going to enjoy my last day of being able to not wear an ugly ill fitting work uniform for a week.
Making friends with the past on Buena Vista Street. Sorry I’m not better looking, but rare shot of my face.
Ewww. 4 new Continental Premuimcontact2 SSR nitrogen filled run flat tires and a front end alignment. At least the oil change was covered under my maintenance agreement. That’s almost as much as my rent. Ugh.