rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

I Hate to Cook

I'm trying to decide whether I should try to make an omelet for dinner or just stick to scrambled eggs. My omelets have never turned out well, but scrambled eggs are so dull. Either way, I'll probably have spinach in it, and maybe some cheese and spaghetti sauce on top. That would do a lot to liven up scrambled eggs, but I still like the idea of the omelet. Too bad mine always turn out tough instead of fluffy.

A cooler day has finally arrived, thanks to the phenomenon called the delta breeze, which brings air up from San Francisco Bay. Air brought by a delta breeze is always a bit hazy. I think it's a combination of bay fog and valley smog that makes it so. It's a bit grayer these days than it was twenty years ago, probably due to the fact that the valley is so much smoggier than it used to be. But the air is cool, so I'm willing to endure its ever-increasing filth.

I was going to write about something else, too, but I feel my blood sugar crashing, and my memory and attention span along with it, so I must get to those eggs, whatever form they may ultimately take. Cooking is an onerous chore, but at least it's better than being cooked. Thank goodness that's over, even if only for the time being.

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