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19 May 2008 @ 09:28 am
weekend  
Pretty good weekend. Re-painted a peeling wall in the living room. Caught up on the current season of Doctor Who (man, when did Felicity Kendall get so old?). I skipped my pilates for a few days and felt a total mood and energy crash as a result. Felt much better once I started up again. Tried to take a walk in Fairmount Park, but there were some humongous regatta going on. Crowds of people and stands selling carnival food are not conducive to my healthy strolling. Plus, one of my feet is now deciding to hurt. Grrrr....

On sunday, we did Dim Sum with a bunch of friends at Dim Sum Garden, which has the worst location in all of Chinatown, stuck under this stinky overpass, right next to where all the Chinatown buses pick people up. Their food however was awesome. Their homemade noodles may have been the best I've ever eaten. We got them with pork, with duck, with seafood, with chicken. Basically, it was bring us noodles and keep them coming. But the best part was the soup dumplings. This was a new thing to all of us (but the reason it was chosen). These babies are dumplings with soup INSIDE. They're incredible. Not only do you get the crazy sensation of biting into a dumpling full of hot soup, but they have so much flavor.

Oh yeah, one more thing. Last weekend I did that thing where you plant seeds in egg cartons and I'm thoroughly amazed that it's actually working. They're growing so fast that I have to check them a couple times a day (PIC).

 
 
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Listening to: Fiona Apple - "Slow Like Honey"
 
 
 
(Anonymous) on May 19th, 2008 06:12 pm (UTC)
holy cow, that is one fabulous ass...

and dumplings filled with SOUP?! now *that's* a hell of an idea! god, I love me some dim sum. I keep meaning to try making that...whaddya call it. turnip cake? yeah, turnip cake. good stuff.

cheers,

alex.

p.s. are you thinking about nanowrimo this year?
Diary of an Ass Monkey: amd: joslin no zoomassmonkeydiary on May 19th, 2008 06:17 pm (UTC)
It depends on where I stand with my current novel. If I've got a significant amount of that written, I might take a vacation form it and do a nanowrimo. Otherwise, I'll just try and use it to motivate me on my ongoing project.