Since I have nothing else to do today I am watching Julie and Julia. Ok, who cares if it is about blogging and cooking and maybe even what I originally wanted to do with this blog. What? No, not the cooking and Julia Child's BFF on the interwebs and all. Just something cool like that. Lobster killer. Only, if you've seen the movie or read the book (I have yet to) they were in Queens and I in Brooklyn. Also, they have actually jobs. Oh, and I'm not obsessed with my blog, I just do it in my free time.
I finished the book Three Men in a Boat and it was just as good the last page as the first. I once again suggest you read it. Hum de dum. My mind is all over the place today. Worst part is, of course, that I really have nothing better to do but looking for a nicer job or apartment. I have done some of these very, very essential tasks this morning already. Well, looking into it. Started, really.
What I should do today is clean the apartment now that my sister-in-law and her friend have left for school. I also picked up the tiniest apples in existence. They were called Lady Apples.
Lady Apples. I need some amazing cheese to go with amazing tiny apples.
I should review this brunch place everyone went to yesterday here in Brooklyn. The Farm On Adderley is a bus and about five blocks walking from us here and we went out for a last bang before Anna and her friend went back for school. Brunch was amazing and everyone had different dish. I had the Farmer's Breakfast which was scrambled eggs on top of steamed swiss chard on top of home fries. Anna had poached eggs over fried trout with salad greens and hollandaise sauce. Each meal was delicious and a good mixture of breakfast foods. It was so packed with people that it must be worthwhile, although we got there just before the real rush behind us. I will be going there again when I have another occasion, perhaps for dinner. Want a rating? I would say A. 9? Three thumbs up? Hmm, I will have to think of a rating system if I keep going out to eat.
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