I took the liberty of photographing everything I ate today as a little food journal - more so that I could see on one page what on earth I am eating that is turning me into a rotund blob. This is what I ate today...
6:30am - Oatmeal
8:00am - Fruit Salad
11:00am - Carrot, Ginger, Apple juice
12:30pm - Green peas, corn, potatoes, pasta, bean salad
yum yum (uukk)!
2:30pm - Watermellon
4:00pm - mint candy
4:30pm - Mixed Berry smoothie
7:00pm - Veggie wrap sandwich
9:30pm - Raisin Bran with Soy Milk
PHEW - I am clearly a hungry hungry hippo! Would never have sated listing everything I ate if I had realized how bloody much it was!! Sorry!!!
Anyway, food aside I had a pretty productive day both work wise and Japanese tourist wise. Ed and I were not able to play any scrabble today...
but I did manage to catch up over lunch and also over one of those creepy mannequins in the hallway. Ed decided to become the poster boy for people against "Prop 8" - you go Ed!
Another strange thing happened at lunch. Our dear Stacey who NEVER leaves her bag anywhere (she wears it 24/7) actually placed her bag on the ground and walked 5 steps away from it??!! No one would believe me unless I captured it on my camera - here you are folks... the bag sans Stacey...
In addition, I have had more interaction with Tom in the office - this is great because he is kind of fabulous (though I would never admit that to his face). He is working on the soundtrack to my life (aka every time I walk past his desk he chooses a song that fits my mood or something that I had said - its pretty funny but you have to be there). I tried to snap a pic of him today, but I guess that there is a reason that we work behind the camera instead of in front as he was not keen on being captured...
Ohhh and I took this pic from inside the hanger that we are working on at the moment. Just so you get the scope of how damn big this thing is - this is an 10 story building INSIDE the hanger!!! Crazy...
After work, Tawa and I took a little road trip the the local 24 hour Tesco's. Going to supermarkets in foreign countries is something that I always enjoy as I think it is a good indication of the local culture/ lifestyle.
A native "Cardingtonner" in their native dress - AMAZING!
I must say, this Tesco did have a lot to offer, but I also think that I have been in a void of any shops so a cell phone store would have been exciting for me!
I purchased some food, but most importantly a hoolahoop!!!
Video to come - was too tired to wait for it to upload!
PS Tawa drives with the steering wheel in her face - we had a good laugh about it and I am in no position to poke fun seeing as I don't even have a car and was most greatful for Tawa to take me shopping, but it was rather funny!! I LOVE YOU TAWA!!