Instead of blogging, I should be chopping heads off five fish my Father so grandly left me to deal with this morning, as well as de-scale and de-bone.
I'm taking a break and letting them cool down. Forever.
When I was in South Korea visiting a friend, we went to a fish restaurant and accidentally ordered a meal with fish eyes in it. Never again, I pledged.
|That's an eyeball. Look closer if you don't see it.|
|The most famous fish model in Korea.|
|What I ate instead of fish eyes.|
|My friend just ate a sea slug by accident. Whoops.|
I caught my first two fishes ever-ever:
|Second one bled on me. I was really roughing it.|
Then, prepare said fish for cooking:
Then, eat it. Eating it was less traumatizing than the fish parts we tried to eat in Korea:
It was very satisfying, and then I was glad to go home to the Real World.
But the Real World is a hard master, and there are five fully scaled fish with eye balls waiting for me to chop them off like the Chef Louis in Little Mermaid:
I watched Finding Nemo yesterday. Best decision of my day! So full of laughs and life lessons. Favorite scene:
Marlin: I promised I'd never let anything happen to him.
Dory: Hmm. That's a funny thing to promise.
Dory: Well, you can't never let anything happen to him. Then nothing would ever happen to him. Not much fun for little Harpo.
As of yesterday, Will and I have been married for three months! I wrote about it here.
Here is an awesome article from FEE on the welfare state. Lawrence Reed mentions my second favorite president too. FEE is an amazing organization, especially if you are more interested in learning about economics and American history. They host free seminars too!
I should also be cleaning my room and changing my sheets. Do y'all have any secrets for keeping organized when you feel like life has chopped off your head and you're just flapping your wings to get work done?
After I chop fish heads off, I have more work-work to do. Is it better to split time and multi-task or do one thing at a time? What about errands? Grown-up life has such a learning curve.
To go with the above theme, I play the Disney (children's) Radio on Pandora when I need a mood pick-me-up. Runners-up: Talking Heads, Mumford and Sons, Adele, The Chieftains and RUSH. Gregorian Chant for my cool-down, and Coldplay or Ray LaMontange for in-between times.
Reading anything awesome lately? My friend Betsy introduced me to Carrots for Michaelmas after I showed her Small Notebook. Now I am loving on A Holy Experience. My favorite daily read is Best of the Web Today at WSJ.
Oh happy day! Have a wonderful weekend, dear readers.