preventing monotony

I really am running out of food that I can make with only a fridge and a microwave. Yea there are a lot of combinations of foods here and there, but its not like I have rice and a stove to cook on. That would have been choice. So tonight, I took sometime to eat out and tried out Johnny Carino's Hot Jalepeno Garlic Talapia. That was awesome! You have to order that sometime. I had to save a little bit of it so that I could have it tomorrow for lunch. When we first drove by the place reading that it was Country Italian. Of course I thought to myself that they meant USA Country, but duh...Country side of Italy type food! Yeah yeah...just being in Florida and Georgia surrounded by "country" makes you only think of those kinds of country. Just relating country to music and the ranch stuff kind of sets you on a one track mind. Getting back to the oil and crispy pieces of garlic was a good touch too.

Back to monotony; I don't think that I have eaten as many canned soups, peanut and butter jelly sandwiches, oatmeal, wrapped up cheese crackers, Cup of Noodle and Carrots with Dip in my entire life! I eat it for lunch and if I get pretty lucky, I do an immediate repeat for dinner. That's what I'm talking about when I say Round 2!!! Can't get enough of it. Of course, there's always the bowl of cereal downstairs too. Gotta love that.

Studying and learning for about 12 hours a day and just trying to stay awake and cram it inside my head just hurts! I'm finally getting over my headache but every time I stand up, I still get a sudden rush of pounding. I'm going to try to go to sleep early tonight. I can't wait for tomorrow night when I get to "relax" a little bit just to wake up early and study all day on Saturday.

Oh yeah, so I need to buy a Wii once I get a place to actually play it. If it's going to help me lose some weight (check this article out: I also need a new computer to play some games! Where am I going to get all this cash!? I have no idea...but I am accepting donations for the "1st year adopt a pilot friend" - Comment for details!