By about 8:50 am, all of my school’s parking lots look like this:
Which turns me into this:
Because of the limited parking at school, I sometimes have to wait for a space to open up. As soon as I see someone walking toward his car, I pull out of my secret crevice and slowly follow the hapless student to his car.
Yes, I’m one of those people.
I was running out of time this morning, so I saved my breakfast to eat at school (in case of traffic, flooding from yesterday’s rain, lightning from the sky to punish my predatory parking behavior, etcetera, etcetera). After yesterday’s downpour, the earth and sky were scrubbed clean. So, what better to do than to take a picture of my breakfast in front of that miracle?
Whew! Look at that dirty windshield!
We had another fun day in food service. Just like last week, we split up into groups and made several dishes — this time with a Mediterranean/Mexican/Middle Eastern influence (I know, what a combination!). Here they be:
A group also made Chicken in Green Pumpkin Seed Sauce (unpictured). Kristen and I made the Green Chili with Pork. The dish contained white hominy, which is corn. Never had it before. It tasted a bit like corn tortillas.
After having lunch and then trying all these foods all afternoon, I was rolling out of the food lab! On the way home, the sunset was just calling to me to take a picture. I happily obliged:
Addendum: I woke up very early this morning with this song in my head:
Must have been those all those cookie “crumbs” I ate last night.