Then I found out that today was Eat What You Want Day! Well eat what I wanted to eat I did... and then some. Iced Kona coffee (thanks Gabby!) for breakfast, leftover cake (yes, I'm still eating mother's day cake) for mid-morning snack, a cupcake for lunch, cheese and crackers for mid-afternoon snack, seafood alfredo pasta and Texas toast for supper, and sherbert for dessert. I also bought the husbo a Reese's milkshake because he had a super busy day. I'd be lying if I said that I didn't drink a little bit of that, too. But no worries, I was just giving my all to the holiday. Happy Eat What You Want Day! I'll be sure to prepare for this one a little better next year.
I also got some interesting news that might have a little something to do with my tasty Summer beverage. In the dreary depths of Winter I'm strictly a tea drinker. But come the warm weather, I gotta have my iced coffee. I like to make percolator full and put it in a pretty pitcher to keep in the fridge so I can have a nice tall glass every morning before I leave for work. Imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon Twin Peaks Coffee! Not quite, but apparently the amazing Mr. Lynch has put out his own line of coffee and I need to find some. Imagine a Twin Peaks viewing party with donuts and pie and David Lynch's personal blend of coffee... to me that sounds like the greatest evening ever. And check out this commercial. Where's my log?
Because I still needed a bit of a giggle, even after all that awesomeness, cinematic sandwiches. Man I love sandwiches. I should have eaten a sandwich today.
But the best news of the day, the kind of news that makes me forget about all the crumminess in the entire world, came when I found out that I'd boyfriend will be speaking next week! That's right, none other than Anthony Bourdain at the Union Square B&N on Tuesday!!! Here's the info if anyone wants to join me - best Tuesday evening ever! It's free which is awesome and it's right down the street from work so I can get there nice and early. I plan on waiting in line so that I can attempt to convince Tony that we should be best friends; I think it's meant to be.