I live alone and, last night, it was bread with omelet and some blackcurrant juice.
Tonight, I'm going to have my supper at home. Fresh, good, home-cooked fare. I'm really hoping it's either of my three favourites; Basmati rice with Chevron stew, Somali-style Spaghetti Bolognaise, or Chapati and a decadently rich Chevron & plantain stew.
i went to culinary school a year ago and cooking is gooooood for my Se. also, last year i made under twenty grand. altho my dream is that some day when i grow up, i'll be rich rich rich! i already have one standing offer from a future doctor who promised me a quarter mill per year. right now i'm leveraging another offer. we'll see how that goes.
but in the meantime, i'm so poor i have to use the public library, and i think the guy sitting next to me is homeless and filled with ebola virus (based on his cough)... so i have to dream of finer things!
but seriously all you have to do in this day and age is go to foodnetwork.com and get a recipe. food is tasty. expensive but tasty. and frozen kroger-brand calamari is NOT high-test.
Since when is the public library to be looked down upon and considered something like crap on the bottom of your shoe? So, does like, any other public venue become something for the poor because there are homeless folks (or people you perceive as homeless folks) hanging about? Would you turn up taking a city bus because it's public and deemed for the poor?
Sorry, just the way that comment you made sounded...well it's just not a good way to approach life. Just because you're going to make a lot of money some day doesn't mean you're better than other folks who make much less than you do. Elitism only isolates you from otherwise interesting people in the end. Remember to maintain humility and try not to look down on those less fortunate than you.
Anyway, dinner tonight = Mac and Cheese from a box...and steamed broccoli. Maybe some frozen shrimp baked in the oven if I can manage to not let my eyes get too big for my stomach... Jarred peaches for desert.
"I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."