Musings from the Laundromat: OINTB, Too Chatty & Still Craving that Burger Edition.

I feel like a mini-monster.

I haven’t seen glaucoma man in weeks – due to coming late or doing laundry on different days.  He’s here, and he wanted to catch up and I just needed him to stop talking.

I started doing that ‘slowly inch away from the person shuffle’ but my hints were not received.

I adore him.   But I’m tired.  We still managed to cover everything from Jackpots to Blood Pressure to Talent – before I made it to my table.

I literally woke up after less than 6 hours of sleep  – with a raging Orange Is the New Black binge hangover.  Blurred vision, theme song repeating in my head – stumbled to the bathroom and brushed my teeth.


If you’re a fan, I won’t put any spoilers here – but I WILL say that after an amazing Season 1, then (for me) a disappointing Season 2 – this latest Season hit it out of the park.

To my honey’s credit – he watched every single second of all 13 episodes with me.

Made sushi this weekend – and yesterday morning.

It’s VERY cheap to make!  And easy.  I taught Jim how to do it and he became quite the pro – didn’t even use a rolling mat.



SO a plate full of sushi and fresh coffee and then our Netflix marathon ensued!

Our original breakfast was to be sausage and eggs …. I bought 4 garlic/onion pork sausages –  but after my last post, didn’t think that chowing down on pork was the best route to take.  ALTHOUGH … they are already in the house, and defrosted, and we can’t be wasting money or food.

Ok! Ok, I’m still craving meat.


But I have been good.

And I’m REALLY going to try to stick to the no cow or pig diet.

I’m on the fence about chicken … and definitely still plan to eat fish.

Baby steps.

Like shuffling away from a conversation in a laundromat, I’m inching away from the meat.

About debaucherysoup

I've traveled 4 continents, affording me experiences and adventures to last a lifetime. Most important was the exposure to other cultures, beliefs and lifestyles. I'm also mom to one of the most amazing human beings I know.

Posted on June 14, 2015, in Humor, Musings from the laundromat, Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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