I finished my last English final yesterday afternoon! What better way to celebrate the end of winter quarter/beginning of spring break/Saint Patrick’s Day than tearing up the greek system going out with friends? Exactly what we did last night and I may or may not be feeling the effects today 😉
It’s funny, going from being so busy studying and finishing projects and work in the week of the quarter, to waking up and realizing I don’t have class. I don’t have finals. I can do whatever I want with my day! Lots of sleep, a trip for coffee and to Ross with a friend, and a pedicure later… and I’m laying in bed typing up this post! Hello spring break, I think we are going to be very good friends 😀
In the last few days I’ve had some good eats, but mostly I’ve just been trying to use up my food without restocking, since I’ll be going home. I also had a great lunch with my dad Tuesday afternoon at a seafood restaurant downtown. We shared crab spring-rolls with plum sauce and I got blackened fish tacos!
I was disappointed to not find any irish soda bread yesterday! I love it and since I don’t eat beef and cabbage, it’s my fav foodie part of the holiday! Did you eat Irish food/celebrate yesterday?!
I have been loving the new daylight savings time! It’s staying light so late and I love the feeling that spring has sprung! It was fun getting a pedicure today to ‘celebrate’ the warmer, nicer weather (even though it’s still cold). What do you do to ‘celebrate’ springtime/spring break? I def foresee horseback rides during my spring break, bonfires on my beach, walks outside and possibly even some suntanning? I also think there may be an overnight to Canada with friends in the works. Oh, and definitely some cooking/baking–gotta take advantage of my kitchen at home!
Also, what’s the best thing you’ve eaten this week? And, craziest outfit/drunk person/story from Saint Patrick’s Day?? I wanna hear ’em!
Alright, I’m off to run some errands, clean my room and pack for home! Au revoir!