Thursdays are “okay” days. Nothing bad, nothing special, either.
Woke up and had to make my girlfriend a sandwich, because I promised, so made one from two chicken legs (meat only, obviously), half an avocado, some grated carrot, mayo and sliced tomato between two pieces of gluten-free bread. I don't know how she can stand the stuff, I personally can't, buuuut.... to each their own, meh.
Then I prepped my coffee and sat down to watch some Youtube, work on my assignment and plan what I was gonna do for the day. I promised my sister we'd watch Alucard together tonight. We haven't hung out in ages, so yeah, going for that.
At Uni I opted to work on my assignment rather than go to History. Why? Well, History is boring, and I already have all the notes on it. I kept working on my assignment right through the Technology Workshop, which today was making chocolate, which usually I'd be all over, but...
...the darkest brand being made was 50%. Not in, so not in. That's not dark chocolate, that's milk chocolate pretending to be dark. Bleh. And besides, I can actually make dark chocolate at home, not just melt it into moulds, amateurs.
While working on my assignment, I nommed on some baked kumara and dates, because I remember it being delicious. I've kinda been on a date rage, lately, having them every day. They're amazing to nibble on, delicious melted over hot things and have the best texture when chilled or frozen,
Assignment is now done and dusted. Three thousand words reviewing ten books. The longest one? Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix! I love those books, and kinda had to restrict myself from writing a crapton more.
As for now? Now I'm working on some of my novel. Namely characters – the Villains, mainly. The main villain – Gravelord Proditor, is actually really fun to write about.
Big thanks again to you, French Fry for helping me out on for the name of the Cafe the protagonist works in.
It kinda is a big thing since a good deal takes place there. Tell me – does La Sang Caféiné translate as “the Caffienated Blood”, or something different/nonsensical? I know you said “ Sang Caféiné” translates as “Caffienated Blood” but does “le” or “la” work before it?
Nomz and more updates for today will come later.