horrified onlooker (skajester) wrote,
horrified onlooker
skajester

One last day of pseudo-freedom

Popped open a jar of the Hungarian wax peppers I pickled at the end of September. They are sweet, thanks to the cider vinegar, and remarkably flavorful. The peppers themselves were great, anyhow, but the garlic, salt, and oregano really adds something. I sense the possibility of a pickled pepper eating contest at work this week.

Tomorrow begins a week of stressful, fast-paced, surprisingly fun times. Monday and Tuesday, I have to be at work at 3am, with me having to get the tires replaced on the car tomorrow night, and possibly trying to catch a screening of Thankskilling at the Union Tuesday night. Wednesday, I'm at work at 5am, but we head to Cape Girardeau that evening. We're there for Thursday, coming back sometime on Friday, because I have to be at work bright and early Saturday morning.

Today, I've managed to get a head start on writing for the week. Hopefully, I'll be able to be somewhat productive, blogwise. I make no promises, however. Things have a tendency to go awry during the holidays. At noon, I'm going to check out Motion City Soundtrack at Love Garden. They're playing there at noon. If I didn't have to worry about getting up so early tomorrow, I'd catch them again when they play Blue Collar at 7pm. Both shows are FREE, too.

I've also got to do some prep work at the bakery this afternoon, which is where I'll be heading after the show at Love Garden. Hopefully, I'll be able to come home and decompress for a little while before having to crawl into bed.
Tags: holidays, live music, work, writing
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