It was nice to take a small break from writing this weekend, after last week’s busy schedule. I did work on stuff, but in a leisurely way.
I’ve decided to continue with my corporate mystery. I can’t remember if I wrote about this, but I was going to throw in the towel since I was so bored writing it. I had an idea for another novel, but I was just as bored starting that. At least with the corporate mystery, the characters are more developed in my head, and I know where the story is going.
We saw Iron Man 2 over the weekend. I was expecting it to be lame, but we both enjoyed it. I had read something about “too many villains,” but I didn’t think there were, especially compared to that one Batman.
I finished the fifth Harry Potter and now am reading Love in the Time of Cholera. I like it, but I really love the Harry Potter books. Just two more in the series!
This weekend I started my “diet,” which for me means “not eating like a pig” as well as making sure I eat enough so I don’t binge later. For instance, at Nick’s Crispy Tacos, I usually just get one fish taco (fried: baby steps), which doesn’t quite fill me up and then I end up eating a meal at 4, as well as dinner at 8. So this time I added the tortilla soup, which was AMAZING by the way. That satisfied me but I didn’t feel stuffed and gross.
I have to remember to incorporate soup whenever I can. One, I love it. Two, clear soups are pretty healthy I think, usually full of veggies and lean meat. Three, like I said, they’re filling but don’t make you feel gross.
Last night we had fish dinners at Grub Stake, and I refrained from eating my potatoes. Just my salmon and veggies. MB got an apple crumble dessert and I had just a bite to taste it. Later I had part of Luna Bar for my “dessert.”
Today I need to work out!
In other news, I finally got an interview! I haven’t had any luck so for this particular position, I decided to have fun and be honest. My application email wasn’t so much an application as an essay incorporating what they asked for. Not a dense essay but sort of ranty and conversational, the way I write some stuff for The Nervous Breakdown. The interview’s on Wednesday.
Tags: gabriel garcia marquez, iron man, love in the time of cholera