I hope that everyone enjoyed their New Year’s Eve and were very safe. I did not do your typical New Year Resolution. No New Year, New Me or any of that. But I did vow to post on my blog weekly because I have really gotten out of the habit of posting on here daily like I used to. I hope that those of you who did make New Year’s Resolution, you follow through with them!
So I love to eat food. All types of food. I love trying new foods too! I am the type of person that will try anything, at least once. How do you know whether you would like something or not if you never try it? Well thats how I think, others may not feel the same.
When I was in my undergrad years I had a friend that could cook Samosas very well and she made them all the time. Probably because she knew how much I loved to eat them! The other day I had a craving for some but did not know where to get them so I did a google search and found restaurants that served them but that was not what I was looking for. I wanted to find a store that made them fresh so that I could go and buy as many as I would like and I didn’t have to wait to order them. So with the help of google and my cunning ability to drive and search I came across an Indian grocery store on my way home from work. I initially passed it and I just had to make a u-turn into that parking lot. I pulled in the parking lot praying “Oh God, please let them sell fresh Samosas” and to my surprise they did. I felt like a kid in a candy store. I bought 3 and then went home.
Spicy Potatoes with Peas in a pastry. Delicious Indian food!
If you are wondering how long those 3 Samosas lasted me, let me tell you this it didn’t last long. I got home ate one and then the other and before I knew it I had eaten all 3! Me being the food lover that I am, I hoped in my car drove back to the store and bought 10 more. Thank God they were only 99 cents a piece. I just absolutely love the spicy potatoes and the peas. I swear I could eat these almost everyday. If you have never tried Samosas, I am here to tell you, they are delicious and you should try it at least once. If you are anything like me you will fall in love with them.
I absolutely love this and I applaud him for being fearless and loving the person that he is! He is such a great inspiration to those who have issues with remaining true to themselves while living and working in a world where you are constantly told that you have to conform in order to fit in.
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Learn to love without condition. Talk without bad intention. Give without any reason. And most of all, care for people without any expectation.
I love this!
I get that there are some writers that are perfectionists. I understand that writing properly is highly important to these people. There is nothing wrong with that. What is wrong is when you decide…
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Master not only what you desire but also what you despise!