May 15, 2007

Sarah: I know what you plan to do this summer

Last night was everything a summer weeknight should be. I hurried home after work (in my newly repaired and very happy car), changed and went for a run . A short shower later, I met Mallory and Marci for sushi at a local restaurant, Go Sushi. Mallory had the always-delicious Vegas roll, with is tempura fried and topped with eel sauce (girl is crazy for some eel sauce) and we all had some stir-fried vegetables. I ate the deliciously spicy Taylor Roll (the first time I've had it: it has rice, cucumber, sprouts, tempura shrimp, and many other yummy ingredients) while the girls narrated the latest episode of Heroes for me, since I am greviously behind.
For dessert, we each had a serving of Go Sushi's fresh ice cream and I finally got around to taking out my phone to take pictures. Mallory had raspberry.

Marci had mango.

I had green tea, which was interesting and delicious.

On a related note, I recently purchased Demeter fragrance in Green Tea, which I love. I wear it every day and feel like a more interesting and beautiful person. Anyway.
After dinner, we watched 24 at my house with Blake and Lisa, followed by some Supernatural. It was a delightfully relaxing evening with lovely people. I plan to run again tonight in an effort to recapture a small part of last night. I also plan to get sushi to-go from my new favorite local restaurant. Well, maybe it's not my favorite, but it's in the top two.

Posted by sarah at May 15, 2007 12:01 PM

yum yum sushi. me like-a sushi. That reminds me of a childhood jumprope song.

Me a live in temporary housing
Me a live on thirty-first floor
Me a carry itsy-bitsy laundry
ruffles on the pettycoat, ten cents more.
Me like-a mau-mau better than a chow-chow
Me like-a hunka-lunka. He like-a me.
Way down in Hong Kong, a big-a mama
come along-a take away my hunka-lunka.
poor chinese.

Come to think of it, it sounds rather racist.

Posted by: Jeremy on May 15, 2007 01:07 PM

Hee. I'm excited that it's summer.

Posted by: Mallory on May 15, 2007 03:20 PM

Oh my GOSH. "Ruffles on the petticoat ten cents more" brought it all rushing back. Almost as bad as the rhyme with the eye-pulling actions.

Posted by: lisa on May 15, 2007 08:28 PM
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