Walking in the rain

May 12, 2010 at 5:56 pm Leave a comment

We had ourselves a gray day here in New York City — complete with plenty of drizzles to keep me consistently chilled while my poor body has been trying to tackle my illnesses.

I had to go over to the upper west side today for an interview, so I met Charlie for lunch over there and we ended up finding an awesome deal for a half off lunch special at an indian restaurant near his building. Unfortunately I didn’t have my camera with me so the pictures are 2-year-old blackberry quality, but I got the Vegetable Vindyloo, Charlie got Lamb Korma, and we both split a side of garlic naan.

Our lunch total came to $18.00, which for a big New York meal is totally awesome. If I remembered the name of the restaurant I’d give it some publicity and mention it, but I’m sure I’ll go back so I’ll do a post on it then.

Upon arriving home tonight, I went for the banana and barney butter combo — I wasn’t feeling well all day and I think this combination has now reached staple comfort food status (especially with a few chocolate chips!).

After enjoying my banana (and snacking on some un-documented pita chips) I decided it was time for some green and sliced up a green pepper for a crunchy snack.

Now I am heading to put on some comfy clothes and watch the past few episodes of Glee that I’ve missed! I was supposed to go out tonight and have dinner with my friend Johna, but for my bank account and body’s sake I think I’ll be staying in and calling it early.

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