Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Remind Me

Remind me to complain how boring and unexciting my life more often because as soon as I did, it got really exciting really fast. Last night, we had four visitors arrive from Korea. They like ziti and garlic bread. Go figure. They will be staying until Sunday night. I told my mother (AKA Hyacinth Bucket) she was making way too much salad but did she listen? No. Now we have this huge-ass bowl of salad in the fridge...What's really irritating is first the fork we use to serve catfood went missing now Susie's dish is missing as well...

Tomorrow, I have a physical to prepare for my surgery then I go to my orthopedist's to fill out consent forms. Woo Hoo! I hope I can find time for a haircut as well because...

Friday, I have a job interview at a library in Massachusetts! It's a reference job but I also will be conducting a book group. I've never done that but it sounds really fun. Sure, I'll be stuck reading many book that sucks but isn't that what book group is all about? I checked out their website this morning and I have used at least half their databases at least once in my travels so I think I can do this. Wish me luck.

5 comments:

JRRyan said...

GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!!! Who doesn't like garlic bread? ziti though...I can live without THAT pasta shape...

Likestrek said...

I don't know. They basically live on fish and rice so who knows. The real question is why don't you like ziti?

JRRyan said...

It's so boring for a pasta shape. As a general rule, I'd prefer to eat any kind of pasta shape over linguine, spagetti, or any other strand pasta. But ziti seems so clunky and commonplace and passe... I'd almost rather eat the linguine. ALMOST. I know it holds up amazingly in baked dishes, so that's an logical reason to eat it but it's not baked ziti then there are more exciting options avalible.

Likestrek said...

Pasta in itself is not exciting. The excitment comes in the sauce and the cheese/meat!

JRRyan said...

How'd the interview go?

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