quesadillas!

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Today consisted of school and working out at the awesome school gym. I also purchased a pumpkin spiced coffee from starbucks for the second time this week. argh, and I need to remember to write that down in my financial journal. yikes.

*My mom actually treated me to the Pumpkin Spice after picking her up at the airport, but I am choosing to put that down as my own purchase on the journal, because I would've still bought it whether or not she did pay for it


On Saturday:

You know dinner was a success 100% when your stomach doesn't kill you. I've noticed gradually that my tolerance to lactose has been dipping low. Now I can't have a sprinkle of cheese without feeling like my gut is eating itself.

When I took Tums before my consumption of cheese, I hoped and pleaded it'd work.
Ashley made dinner.

It's fun to watch Ashley cook because for the longest time I've known her, I've never seen her cook. I've only seen her pop an occasional chicken bake in the mircowave here and there. ha 


This is one of the nicer dogs that stops barking at me after two minutes. I think I got comfortable saying "Shut up!" the 362178 times I've stepped foot in the house. In fact, I think that is the first thing that comes out of my mouth.


Shrimp with butter.

Beautiful hands.

Big chunk of cheese.

She has skills.

This picture is too nice to paste over a pineapple head and hamburger belly, upon her request. I'm not that mean. She told me to do this a few days ago, and I remembered. See? I am a good listener Ashley *see the above if you missed that one.

Happy in anticipation


With Tums on the side, how nice. My stomach didn't kill me, yes!
We ended the night watching Dinner with Shmucks. It was a funny and heart felt movie, I loved it. Paul Rudd is such a charming guy.



Then we saw The Last Exorcism


During the movie I was really scared (covered my eyes and got really jumpy). I hate scary/grotesque movies that could have the potiential to happen in real life. ie) ghost stories, Saw, The Centipede.

I also hate it because I feel like I miss out of the movie from covering my eyes too much.

I believe there are demons, but maybe someones head can't rotate at 360 degrees in real life? right? ha. So I was relieved with the fact I wasn't watching a movie "based on true events". The ending was really weird and humorous. That's all I can say.



Fact: I haven't fully seen The Exorcist. It gives me the creeps, and I convinced myself that the movie did really happen in real life!


2 comments:

priyanka September 5, 2010 at 3:36 PM  

The quesedilla looks yummy. I haven't tried the pumpkin spice yet, I am itching to :)

priyanka September 5, 2010 at 3:37 PM  

The quesedilla looks yummy. I haven't tried the pumpkin spice yet, I am itching to :)

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