Thank goodness for Martin Luther King Jr. day and granting all of us a day off. I so needed it. I blogged this awhile back, but I was at Jackie's soup party one night. We were playing a game where random question cards were drawn then everyone went around answering the question. One particular question was who did you missed the most in the world. I was about to answer when a girl beat me to the punch and said her grandmother. I was shocked! I declared to the group that I was planning on saying Martin Luther King Jr. Chrisle then said, "Girl...did you know him personally?" LOL! Chrisle has the best one liners ever. So as you all can imagine that particular Monday was uber special to me. I ended up bumming around during the day and didn't do much.
In the evening though, I headed over for a dinner party at Austin's. He had cooked quite the feast for us. There was stuffed salmon, roasted vegetables and all sorts of other yummy goodies. Bill actually showed up in time for dinner and brought pound cake with strawberries for dessert. The dinner was the perfect way to end the long weekend. We sat around eating and drinking. Chrisle and Chrisn was in fine spirits that night and got super wasted. The two of them and Austin kept forcing wine down by throat, literally holding the full glass to my mouth. Mama no! In the midst of their drunkenness, A4A got loaded and people got IMed when they shouldn't have. My favorite moment was when Chrisle ran over, almost breaking the living room table to prevent Jay and Austin from...Chrisle, Chrisn and I left in the end to share a cab home together. I had to steady the two of them. It was totes weird to be the sober and responsible one. LOL!
Tuesday was back to the good old grind at work. I really wanted to have a hot toddy and chicken pot pea because I was feeling a little under the weather. However, Cindy invited me to join William and her for dinner at Weird Fish in the Mission. The place is famous, and I would never go on my own so I decided to put my original cravings on hold. The restaurant was tiny, and Cindy and I met the manager of the restaurant while we were waiting for a table. The dude was so friendly and even offered Cindy some great relationship advice. My fish and seafood stew was indeed quite yummy. The clam chowder wasn't the best I've ever had though. We each had two glasses of wine and were all craving dessert. Cindy sadly couldn't join us because she had to go see her boy.
William and I headed over to Chow on Church since he couldn't stop raving about their ginger chocolate cake, which did turn out yummy. In our typical decadent style, we ordered a bottle of wine to split. We totally didn't that, but oh well! Life is too short not to indulge. When it got close to leaving time, I leaned in close to William and asked him if he was thinking what I was thinking. With an air of mystery, he asked me what I had in mind. "Want to go to Bagdad's for an omelet." William laughed so hard. I was being serious too. I have been insatiable when it comes to food recently. Sadly no omelet that night as I bused it back to the Marina.
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