What’s up? Did you have a good day? Cause I did.
Actually, the beginning of my work day wasn’t so awesome. I got on the bus to go to work, and the bus driver seriously missed the turn to go up the hill to the hospital. He couldn’t figure out how to turn around so we ended up driving down through Pioneer Square and down 1st Street all the way back to Belltown, on the other side of town, before he finally got back up to 3rd Street and drove back across town to get back to the original bus route. I was late for work, but luckily I was able to call ahead and let them know what was going on, so I didn’t get in any trouble. Still, kind of a crazy start to the day!
On my first break I chowed down a kale salad that I made this morning.
It included kale, a few grape tomatoes, red bell peppers, Vegenaise (I would normally use avocado, but we were out), cayenne pepper, lemon juice, and sunflower seeds. It was actually really good. Would have been better with avocado though.
On that same break, I discovered that I had a voice mail about a job that I had applied for a couple months ago at a different hospital, wanting to ask me a few questions, and possibly set up an interview. Unfortunately, by the time I received the message, she was already gone for the evening, but I should be getting a call back on Friday. I’m pretty stoked. It’s a full-time position (currently, I’m only working 26 hours a week), and the hospital is quite a bit closer to home than where I’m at now. I’m definitely keeping my fingers crossed on this one!
My second break, I finished the rest of the Subway sandwich that I bought earlier in the day.
I also discovered that the Heat beat the Bulls, and that my boyfriend had decided to come meet me in Seattle after I got off work! I got off at work at 9, but the ferry wasn’t until 10:30, so he wanted to hang out.
When I was off, I met him down by Pike Place Market, we grabbed a six pack, and we went to his friend Kristina’s apartment to chill for a moment.
It was our first time trying the Pike IPA, and I must say it was really good. Nice and smooth. Even cooler because we were drinking it just a few blocks away from where it was brewed.
Anyhoo, I’m gonna say goodnight, and enjoy the rest of my ferry ride with my wonderful boyfriend. You have a fabulous night and I will see you on the flip side.
What’s your favorite micro brew?
Mine would have to be the Ridgetop Red from Silver City Brewery in my hometown of Silverdale, Washington.