24. September 2014 by swissfitchick
Momma had way too much fun with her camera sports mode and collagueing. I was dying to have 600+ 4-shots of myself with crazy faces on my computer.
It was fun though 🙂
Welcome to WIAW! I promise I will do ‘A day in the life of me’ – post soon (note to yourself bloggers: never promise a specific date for a post. It’s mean. We all know we can not keep up with all our promises.) – where I post a full day of eats, since I haven’t done this in forever. Problem: I will have to seriously consider which day to pick, cause it would be nice to be one when I actually do something smart.
.....Monday....something smart...? uhm, no.....
........maybe Wednesday......or...well,....maybe not...?
Ugh, so hard. I guess Sunday neither.
Look, the thing is this. You guys were requesting a post where I post days in my life. I love you for wanting to know what I do all day, and I WILL do a post with pics and sassy comments throughout my day, but honestly? Unless I am getting my travel adventure bug or CrossFit madness on, it’s all deadly boring around these parts. I swear. I don’t sweat sparkles, I never get any fancy VIP party invitations and I drive the oldest Chrysler car on Earth. There is not even car stereo in there.
Ok, there IS some drama going on when I have my scatty 5 minutes a day (more like 7 hours I guess) and I try not to forget to update you on those – it’s a permanent condition, so I tend to forget that not the whole wide world is trapped in clumsiness like me. Seems legit.
Alright, FIIIIIIINE. Look at my food, you WIAW stalkers.
No, you guys. No. This is NOT an appetizer plate. It’s a freaking MAIN course. At the restaurant in Zurich past weekend and it costed bloody 44 Swiss Francs (FORTY FOUR CHF = 47 USD)!!
And what is this…..this DECORATION? 2 slouchy salad leaves and a drunk swirl of olive oil. Worth 14 Swiss Francs.
Anyway. I nearly laughed the waiter in his FACE. Or outstared him, I couldn’t decide. But I thought that would be nasty, since it’s not his fault. So I shut up and stayed hungry. And greedily shoveled all the butter cookies down my throat which came for free with coffee. And baked a microwave mugcake when I got home at 1 am in the morning. Can you blame me??!! Seriously.
Of course I had to make up for this lack of food the next day with a monstrous amount of kabocha squash, seafood and chocolate. Maybe even in that order.
I always get this puzzled glance when I say that baked kabocha is one of my favorite foods. Especially when I say I eat it for dessert. Am I the only one who thinks it tastes just like these decadent chestnut desserts? Yet not as rich and fatty. SO perfect. I’m turning orange soon, be aware.
Ok, and now my writing mojo just left me, this second.
See you tomorrow. Or Friday. Ok, Friday. See you Friday. Bye now.
Ever went out for dinner and left the restaurant still hungry?
Do you have an exciting life?
What car do you drive?