I felt like her today. i read the book in high school and i dont even remember the main character's name, but the concept of the book will stay by me forever.
I look at cooking as such a therapeutic session. It calms me down when im frustrated and makes me focus when i'm stressed.
Today someone told me i need to get my priorities straight. How it hurts to hear the truth, and how hard it is to accept it. I've known this fact for so long since the second year of college. I need to get my priorities straight. Why is it that even though i've known this for so long, all i've done is added more priorities to the list instead of ranking the first few?
If i have my priorities set right i could do so much better in life. I would get better grades. I would be healthier. I would be able to read more and do things that i truly enjoy.
Last month I tried a 31 day boot camp and as this month starts, should I attempt to figure out my priorities?
- work (which i'm quitting soon)
- working at the store
- kerala assoc
- wedding planning
I need to exercise and I need to do good in school. I am going to do less church stuff and more spiritual growing.
So while contemplating all of this, I made a family favorite: meatballs in cream of mushroom
This recipe takes so much work, mixing ground beef with ginger, garlic, green peppers. Molding them into huge meatballs, dipping them in egg white wash and then flour. Frying it and then finally baking it with cream of mushroom soup. so many steps but it is delicious.
I just hope all my anger and frustrated emotions didn't ruin the taste this time.