Time: 9:00 PM Sunday night (yeah, I'm totally late, but it's never too late to be current, am I right?)
Place: My kitchen table (the desk is currently being hogged)
Consuming: For lunch, I was exploring my new appreciation for sushi. Okay, I come from rural central Pennsylvania, I am a way late comer to sushi. Happily, a fancy new hibachi steakhouse opened in our humble little town recently, and Sundays are half-priced sushi days, so you can take a chance on new things without wasting a ton of money. Philadelphia Roll is my stand-by, but I decided to branch out and try a Volcano Roll today, but we think maybe they brought me a Godzilla Roll instead. So I ate that, and I quite liked it. I see way more sushi in my future. Then, we had steaks on the grill for dinner. (Why yes, I am living the high life these days, thankyouverymuch).
Reading: I just started Stargazey Point by Shelley Noble. Okay, looking back, I might have picked this from William Morrow Paperback's blogger outreach e-mail simply because the cover is just so pretty. Which is a good way to choose books, of course. The jury is still out on the book itself. But, I mean, come on. Look at that cover! Pretty!!
Listening: I am 100% addicted to Spotify. I have this swell catch-all playlist that has just about any random song that comes to my head lumped all together, and it is....how you say...quite eclectic when listened to on shuffle, which I quite love. This week's theme in adding to the ridiculous playlist? High school nostalgia!
Watching: Speaking of being 100% addicted, why oh why did it take me until last month to finally start watching Breaking Bad? Seriously (Wait, is my boss here? I mean, seriously but not seriously, okay?), I am on the point of calling off work a couple of days this week to catch up with it before the last season starts. Also, nothing I do seems as important as watching another episode. Reading? Eh. Sleeping? Meh. Working? Oh definitely not. That's right. This just in: TV show about cooking meth is dangerously addictive. Cue ironic laughter.
Buying: A new mattress, at last! (and embarrassing quantities of cheap e-books, but that goes without saying). Next hurdle, cleaning up my
Not Buying: The services of my chiropractor every week. *crosses fingers*
I'd love to stay and chat some more, but really, all this is keeping me from the next episode of Breaking Bad. =P