Archive for October 30, 2008


>Today

>Got my flu shot, I went to CVS in Manhattan. Afterward, I was wandering around and was hungry, I walked by Delmonico Gourmet Food Market, so I had to go in and check it out. I got some Kimchee Raman and it was enough for at least two people, maybe three! I got it spicy and it was good, but messy, I ended up with spots on my top. Well, nothing a spin in the washer won’t cure.

I hate having such a short post, I also hate it when my laptop slides off my lap. My blankets are bunched up on my lap so that is why it keeps sliding toward my knees. I don’t think I told you I had a bad cramp in my leg last night, the muscle just knotted up and it hurt! Today it was hurting too. My tummy is still a little upset, I tried calling the Doctor for some migraine medicine, but they were at lunch and I was leaving to get my flu shot and it just didn’t work out. There are some other things I really should be doing but I just don’t have the energy right now. I did a load of whites, only because I wore my last clean pair of socks today. I have no idea what happened to all my socks, but I don’t have as many pairs as I used to.

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