So the boring unoriginal person I am decided to think of a word that started with an M because it's Monday. People often times are clever with this, I on the other hand am not.
So as I'm looking at different places for inspiration, I fell upon the website The Devil's Dictionary. I think it's worth taking a look at if you're in need of some sarcasm, or a laugh. Just to warn you, it can be offensive too.
In other news, I worked today, Stryker went to doggie daycare, and I haven't heard from Jesse in a little while. With word of a surge, and the weather heating up over there, I can only imagine this is going to become more frequent than not. Lets hope more on the not side.
I got off work today and stopped by the commissary. I wanted to hit it just right: not a payday, a weekend, or a combination of both. So I got there on a monday afternoon, which wasn't too bad. I have to say I forgot how cheap things tend to be there, even as cheaper often times leads to spending more money than intended. Something I obviously need to work on after this trip. If the commissary only had a meat counter - which, I can't recall if many do? How quickly I forget. Not having a meat counter (or a the ability to carry wine...I'll save that for a later post) kinda sucks. And by meat counter I mean a place where you can pick out fish, beef, chicken, etc...Not the sliced stuff. They have NO selection of FISH. Which brings me to my next point: I am a fish snob.
More importantly, salmon. Salmon I love. I am from the west coast, and more importantly pacific northwest. Salmon is awesome (and even though I don't love it as much so are clams, oysters, etc. You get the picture). Love it. Love the fact that all the rich in omega-3's, wild caught, brilliant colored fish live here (or in AK, I'll give them some credit too). It seriously makes me cringe to think of buying Atlantic farmed salmon. See? Fish snob.
I have to commend the commissary though, because I found organic bulgar and quinoa that I didn't find easily in my local Fred Meyer store. Even though giving Fred Meyer some credit, they have great fish and an AMAZING wine selection. Not to mention their breads int he organic section = love. Yes, I have issues.
So anyway I am home now, one of my friends are going to come by to drop something off.
My week is going to be decently busy. Oh, and Jesse and I may attend a Cavalry ball come summer (ball = formal). The unit he's attached with invited him. I contacted the FRG to ask them some questions, and they were so excited that I inquired. I think it would be a blast. Two days of dressing up (because we'd definitely attend his unit's ball), getting my hair done and looking gorgeous? Why would I say no?
Have a great week, all. I know it's spring break for many....Enjoy!
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