I have not been in the best spot this week. We miss Canavar dearly and I haven’t really talked to anyone except for my husband. It is not for my friends’ lack of trying to call me. But in times like this I totally withdraw and have to come to terms with myself first. At this point I am considering to throw a “F*** 2020” party soon. Or an extra early new year’s eve party because I am so fed up with this year. Then again, we can’t really have a big party because of Coronavirus. We might just have to hang in here and hope that the zombie apocalypse won’t start within the next five months.
In better news I have binge watched cooking shows and they inspire me so much. They make want to put a little more effort into cooking and also presenting food. So that’s what I might try to do over the next two and a half weeks. After that school will restart and it looks like we will fully reopen.
|Watched| Küchenschlacht, Crazy Delicious, The Big Family Cooking Showdown, Star Trek Beyond
|Read| The New York Times, Wicked Moon Rising, Wicked All the Way, Curse a Brew Streak, Sprinkled
|Listened to| Yüksek Sadakat, The Rasmus
|Done| not much
|Eaten| zucchini soup, tapioca pudding, impossible burger, ramen
|Drunk| water, coffee, bubble tea, coke
|Thought| I miss Canavar all the time.
|Been happy| not so much
|Desired| to have my little fur ball here all alive and healthy
|Bought| folders, a planner, fresh produce from Union Square Market
|Clicked| I am a big fan of Google’s AR features and those dinosaurs just amazing: Google’s New Feature Brings Dinosaurs to Your Neighborhood; a beautiful story of how Vietnamese iced coffee is linked to the writer’s family: Reconnecting with Home Through My Family’s Coffee Rituals; and a sweet declaration of love: No Space Between.
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Thank you so much for including me in this roundup! I’m so touched you were moved by the post. I hear you on the 2020 blahs — hang in there, friend. xx