Monthly Archives: August 2011

n.k.c.

Nat king cole knows what’s up. i only have 13 days left of summer, that’s pretty crazy. makes me a little bit bummed, but i’m also getting more excited (more excited than nervous which is a positive improvement!) for my internship! i helped Bill set up his classroom a bit today, and there were a couple other teachers around and it was really nice. Admittedly i felt a little bit out of the loop at times, but that’s because i am out of the loop. getting up at 7:00 a.m. was kind of difficult and now i feel pretty tired (it’s only 10:36 or so). i’ll get used to it again pretty quickly though i’m sure of it

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saturday

today actually feels like a snow day. the weather is so miserable outside that it’s put me in some sort of cozy, lazy state where I don’t want to leave my house and no one else wants to leave theirs. It was also Christine’s last day in town and I’m a bit bummed because the weather kept us both indoors. Though I do feel as though last night was a fairly good last hoorah.

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dropkick

Buying groceries when you haven’t had groceries in a week or two is such a good feeling. somehow in July I bought more than $100 of groceries but ran out surprisingly quick. In an effort to save money I refused to buy any more groceries until the month changed, and now here we are! $81 dollars later I’ll be eating like a Queen for the next little while (the rest of the month if i do it correctly)! I bought 3 frozen pizzas – the only frozen thing i really buy – with the sole intentions of eating them as drunk food. A pretty good investment I think. I found where Sobeys has been hiding the free range eggs (they’re also brown and have omega-3!). This makes me pretty happy because I love eggs but I didn’t like buying the non-free range ones and now my conscience feels a bit better. I found a small jar of Artichoke hearts (the brand name was M’Lord and I loved it) and tossed them into my cart. I’ve recently discovered my love for artichoke hearts, especially on pizza. I’m going to try to emulate the Veggie Pizza from Pi as best as I can.

Groceries, intriguing i’m sure

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