10 November 2008

NaBloPoMo Day Ten: Nesting

My penchant for avoidance behaviors exponentially increases as I approach an important due date. Considering that I had the NSF GRFP today, homework due tomorrow, and a project due on Wednesday, they're kicking my butt as we speak. Earlier this evening, Colby and I went out to Madras Pavilion, which is this Indian restaurant that apparently specializes in food that adheres to the regulations of the Jainism diet. It's apparently also kosher. More importantly, it was ridiculously delicious. We got the "dinner for two", which should really be renamed, "dinner for two for four nights". so. much. food. We're definitely going to go back at some point soon.

But besides that, I've been looking into acquiring a home. I know that it's very possible to just rent a house, but that seems a little pointless and I want to be able to call some place my own that has enough space to raise kids. Although, I guess I'll have to have the kids first in order to raise them. Either way, I should be doing homework right now, but I'm not. In fact, I'm just screwing myself over, but if I don't take a nap, I'll never get it done. So ta ta for now.

2 comments:

kate said...

i'm perplexed as to why the madras pavilion website shows a picture of a piece of sushi balanced on chopsticks...

jkru said...

I had that same question myself. They definitely didn't have sushi, but they did have deliciousness.