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Disappointments and second choices

Decided to eat dinner out this evening, but arrived to find my restaurant of choice, Bangkok on Fifteen, closed. Now I'm too pissed to settle on a second choice. Instead, I've stopped into Victrola for Colloque Wheel, a monthly reading series for community authors. Not in the mood, honestly, but it makes my trip for something rather than nothing. I realize this makes no sense.

(Some of this stuff is just not good, and I can't tell if it's the reading or the material. The fact that I have to struggle to figure out the difference is not a good sign.)

More time, less noise. Where is the space I need?

No wonder I'm hungry: I've eaten a pan au chocolat and a nectarine today. Foolish. Don't know what's the matter with me.


I miss Thai food.

There's a Thai restaraunt in my town, but I'm afraid to go there because I'm afraid I'll critique everything... or else I'll never want to go home.
Plus I don't know the names of any of the food I at while I was in Thailand.
Plus I don't know the names of any of the food I at while I was in Thailand.
hehe, i have the same problem. all i know is "kai" is chicken.
Is it?? :)

I can say 'thank you' and 'what is your name?' or 'my name is'... but that doesn't help me with ordering that thing I loved but don't know how to ask for.
Sawadee ka! Yin dee tee dai roo jahk khun? Chan chuuy Alyson.
Chan chu Peggy kha.

I didn't understand the second sentence :)

Oh I miss that greeting!!
I love when you get to be online. :)
Me too, me too.

Although I'm definitely learning something while being unable to communicate with people when I'm home.
It's strangely wonderful to not worry about not hearing the phone ring.
Although that will gladly change soon.
There would be something nice about just not hearing it ring at all.
Well... yes... for you important people who get calls from all sorts of individuals.