Seems my busy weeked piqued your interests… and I can only satisfy your curiosity by briefly telling you what my wonderful weekend will entail.
Friday pm: I organized a baseball outting with my department… 6 months ago.
Saturday from 12-5: Junior High School reunion. Complete with a Dance performance and a faculty/alumni volleyball game
Saturday 7-9: BMFs dance recital with eharmony guy (only time i could squeeze in for eharmony guy LOL)
saturday 9-12a: Coworker/BFF Jess Karaoke Birthday party.
sunday 12a – 4a: VIP booth with another BMF at a gentlemans club for no other reason other than I am awesome and he wants me there.
Sunday 8a – 12pm- furniture delivery!
Sunday 12pm – untill i pass out: fathers day- Dads choice.
I should note that my idea of being busy is having one thing to do each day of the weekend… and this is going to be a REALLY busy weekend. I am also missing several other parties (including Missy’s) just so i dont burn the bridges with my other friends… and i love my friends- all one hundred billion of them. Anyone wanna be my body double for some of the events? I would love some time to sleep and wash the sweat off!
The best part is that i will be documenting everything so im sure you will be looking forward to that.
Everyone who works has them. And if you work in an office building, you know there is ALWAYS free food. ALWAYS.
And if said coworkers know and love your blog they will love reserving baked goods and free food of all types for you to “review”. First thing in the morning this was on my desk:
“Mo, made this chocolate Kahlua cake. Saved you a slice! It went really fast! Enjoy!” signed by a food pusher. People. Do you SEE this thing? how the Flip do i say no to that? my plan was simple, take a bite and then discreetly throw the rest away. That way i can say i tasted it. I took a bite.
And it was pretty much over after that.
Moist. Rich. DECADENT. and HOMEMADE. good grief. I couldnt throw this away! and Food Pusher caught me in my foodie eutopia.
“do you like it?”
I said straight face and all: I hate you.
she laughed. and told me there was pudding in the mix. (she knows my secret!) and that was why the cake was so addicting… that and the kahlua. But with that richness i left my yogurt mess in the fridge for another day…
and then treats straight from CHINA end up on my desk.
“Mo, i went to china and picked up this chocolate wafers. They are pretty awesome and thought you might like to try… for the blog of course”