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I posted once about monkey bread previously, just a couple weeks shy of three years ago. A lot has changed in the past three years: Nicole gave me a bundt pan so my monkey bread now looks like a huge, glorious donut when I bake it, I’ve gotten food poisoning at least three times, and I’ve corrected my horrible posture slightly with a rigorous yoga routine. Despite all these exciting changes (the ones listed are the most important in my life, of course), one thing has remained constant. Nick threw his annual Oscar watching party last night.
Being 23 has been a lackluster experience thus far. But, believe me when I say that I mean that in the best way possible.
Nothing much has happened since I’ve turned 23, which means nothing bad has happened either.
It’s been a good week/weekend. On top of getting into my first top 10 law school–Michigan–my company hit its stretch revenue goal two weeks early. Not too much to complain about; it’s always nice to see the results of your hard work pay off.
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Hello, there. Long time no see.I mean that from the blogging perspective but probably also in real life if you know me personally. I’ve been sort of a hermit the past few months, getting really into knitting and other hermit-like hobbies.
I feel like I’m settling into this “real life” thing pretty well judging from the fact that I am having trouble thinking of things to write in this post. Or maybe that just means that my fears as of late are accurate, and I’ve aged roughly forty years in the past six weeks.
Ever since Rachel helped me move into my new house in SF a month ago, we’ve been talking about going to the Boiling Crab in San Jose. I’ve been to a handful of the restaurants a handful of times, but she’d never experienced the joy that is dousing an insane amount of seafood in a spicy butter sauce and getting it all over your face–until today, that is.