At such times, I am reminded that one cannot escape hardships, and that to succeed is to persist in a clever manner. Normally, I'd throw a quick reference to my ever-encouraging saviour tune, but let's go for a throwback instead: Keep On, Keeping On.
2) Evening seminars Feat. Chocolate Chip Cookies
When the cravings hit, there is no turning back. Itching for traditional Korean dumplings, I headed to Dundas and Hurontario on a whim. For a solo meal, I shamelessly requested about threefold the amount I could stomach, but had no qualms about judgement as all that remained would be taken home for later consumption.
One of the two ahjummas on the floor appeared concerned that I wasn't heeding her suggestion of adding rice into the shallow dish and then mixing with gochujang sauce. Dabbing at watery eyes and madly rubbing away sniffles, I meekly replied in protest, for it was obvious that I could not withstand such strength.
5) The commencement of comeback season Feat. Ahgabong Ver. 2
7) McDonald's new Fish & Chips is a definite no-go: stale, stiff sections devoid of flakiness were not our cup(s) of tea.
The Thai ahgase didn't quite pull her weight with this post-supper snack, so major efforts were demanded on my part to demolish the mountain before its dreaded dissolution. Sickening satiating effects aside, I must profess that I enjoyed the coconut mochi topping tremendously.
11) Attempting "meal prep", then ultimately resorting to a Vanilla Cone for appeasement of the mind.