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Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Sangria!

I had lunch today at a Mexican restaurant along Wilshire. An enchilada, some beans, some rice, a glass of water.... But then I saw the waiter with a trayful of delicious-looking sangria, and somewhere deep in the recesses of my brain, a lightbulb came on and I signaled the waiter over.

Fast forward to now, and I feel like my head is as light as a feather. Woohoo! If only workdays are always like this. But then again, it probably won't be a good idea to come up to my boss and say, "Waaaaaaaaaaaaassuuuuup, John?" I used to be able to drink more than ten shots of tequila without getting drunk but now half a glass of sangria can actually get me tipsy! Geez! Gone are the days when I could drink while studying and ace my midterms, or drink in the middle of the day and still be sober enough to give a report in the afternoon.

But boy, that sangria was good. Mmm mmm mmm!

1 comment(s):

You should write a book! As much as you blog, you'd have a novel by now!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 17, 2005 1:36 AM  

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