Monday, March 2, 2009

Monday. Where the confusion wins out but at least I was visited by craft

When I am stressed, I am absent minded and get confused more easily. This fact explains today.

This morning I went to the Neighbourhood House where the knitting workshops were held last year. I was there to meet the two women who organise such events.

After 20 minutes
several chats to some of the residents and workers
a cup or two of coffee
and a couple of phone calls...
I remembered that I had failed Diary Reading 101 and upon checking the aforementioned journal, I discovered that my meeting was tomorrow. Which is why neither of the ladies turned up today.

So instead I took some photos of some pretty cool craft around the foyer and walked away into the sunshine.

However, blogger appears to be jsut as confused as I was, and wont let me upload the photos. Ah well...

The day continued and the highlight was I decided to make a Caesar Salad for dinner. For those of you who don't know, to make a good Caesar Salad, you need:
  1. Bread (for croutons)
  2. Egg
  3. Bacon (veggie style)
  4. Lettuce
  5. Parmesan Cheese
  6. Caesar Salad Dressing (I prefer the Paul Newman's non-creamy style of Caesar Salad Dressing)
  7. Chicken or Chicken Substitute (Crumbed Veggie Schniztels or Tofu works)
So earlier today I went and purchased the ingredients. Tonight I grabbed them out of the fridge (still in their bag, I was lazy when I got home) and laid them out on the bench.

And then stared at them in disbelief. Out of the required 7 ingredients, I had purchased Bread, Parmesan Cheese and Lettuce.

That was it.

Man, even a rabbit wouldn't eat lettuce, bread and cheese for dinner. Though now I think about it, a monk might. So instead I decided Sod It, I'm off down the pub.

Of course, being today in all it's glory, I missed the pub I was looking for and ended up at the supermarket instead. So I bought the missing ingredients and went home.

Pooh, what a day.

I'll come back later and attempt to load up the photos again


Chrisy said...

chuckle...good to know that other people have these sort of days...

Sayraphim said...

Oh, but how we wish we didn't! :)