Sunday, November 12, 2006

Sushi sushi sushi in my belly!

I'm so perfectly filled with sushi and so absolutely delighted about it, as well. While I'd like to be able to afford lots of expensive and fancy sushi, I'm also pretty content with my homemade maki and the occaisional nigiri. Making sushi was really a wonderful end to a wonderful weekend.

Friday I had dinner with my friend Emily and then went out with some friends. The cold, gray and rainy Saturday was spent reading a novel, a luxury that I rarely grant myself. And Saturday night was spent at a great house party and the delightful dancing extravaganza that is the Funk Explosion at the Bier Keller. Sunday was slightly less exciting, but was at least relaxing at had the previously mentioned excellent sushi ending. I think after this weekend I actually feel ready for the week ahead. Rested and relaxed.

10 comments:

Rhiannon said...

I always find a great weekend the best start to a week. I have to ask myself at this point, if being dragged (literally) to see a metallic cover band was really the way for me to prepare for the week...i mostly think not!
much love - glad to hear things are going well.
xo

Rhiannon said...

and by 'metallic' i meant metallica - although i am now curious to find out what a 'metallic' cover band would really sound like!!

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear you are well fed and well rested.
XOX

Anonymous said...

Your sister has a cold.
XOX

skhl! said...

when I am rich I am going to take you to Japan for all you can eat fancy sushi!! I can't wait!

Joyce said...

hey, save your money to come visit me and you can eat fancy feeling sushi for cheap. except it will taste BETTER! ill let you read a book while youre here too. and ride a harley and visit the pineapple park. i heard you can ride ostriches somewhere on this island but that seems a bit far fetched to me. the common raccoon (found only in north america) DOES, however, have its own VERY large expo at the okinawa zoo. an impressive beast.

skhl! said...

dang! look at you raking up the comments! Claire, I hope you have a fantastic week.

Maria said...

Raccoons! Gross!

Anonymous said...

Didn't they ride ostrich races in Swiss Family Robinson?

Timothy said...

I really need to learn to cook - I mean, make - sushi. I suppose that's a good rule of thumb for anything one likes to eat. Either that or I'll have to start frequenting the sushi district here in Tübingen. (It occurs to me that is is one thing I miss about southern California.)