Is it possible to be so bored? I've had too long a day already to stay on in the office and work; I'll get in early tomorrow instead. So I have come home.
I don't really want to cook, in fact I don't really know what I want to eat. On Friday night I had a craving for curry - I hadn't had Indian food forever.
That lasted through 'til Sunday - with some still in the freezer - all for £16. Long gone those Islington days/prices...
Two mains (one with an accompanying veg. curry), two nans, two poppadom. I boiled my own rice - I may be prepared to spend £7k on Olympic tickets, but £1.80 on basmati rice when I have the raw stuff at home - get away!
As a result I was curried out. As a result, last night, I had battered sausage and chips from the local chipper - with curry sauce. Fish and Chip shop curry sauce is very different. Not curry at all, just a hint of curry flavour.
But I couldn't finish it. Too many chips - always the way with the local.
All for £3.10.
When I was in the kitchen earlier this evening I thought I should have a glass of wine. I realise that it itself a symptom of boredom. In fact, I know that boredom is a driver for my drinking.I do it simply because there is nothing else to do!
I don't really want to sit down and watch the TV. That's too involved.
It is probably loneliness - missing mon C. Though this time next week, he'll be back!!! Super good.
Let Me In
Wow! What a great re-make. Loved it.
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