I’ve actually never heard anyone say that in Minnesota. I did see it on a shirt once, and heard Caridee or Brooke say it on Project Runway. In New York we use a lot of “oi”s and “schlep”s; many Yiddish-based words. What quirky sayings is your state known for?
This morning, after sleeping for 10 hours, I high-tailed it to the cafeteria for breakfast. I ended up forgetting my wallet so I had to go all the way back home and was feeling a little foul about it, but I’m over it.
Got some fruit:
A cheese and veggie omelet (with ketchup and sricha):
WW bread with butter:
I took an apple pastry to go- which I don’t even really like– and ate it in the library.
My stomach is feeling a little funky after that big ole breakfast, so I’ll probably wait and have lunch on the later side.
I’m hoping to have a very productive day in the bibliothèque. Just got an email saying graduation is 17 days away… it would be nice if I could enjoy a little of it and see my friends instead of feeling swamped and overwhelmed with work. Anywho, this was a very “me” oriented post, so tell me about you! What’s one thing you’re looking forward to today? Doesn’t have to be big!
Have a great day 🙂