Bazemore, best cheerleader ever?
MRI scan of a human subject from the cranium to the feet.
that’s fucking cool
I would like to slo-mo this.
Lazy Dog Cafe, Orange, CA-
Top left: Cajun fries were delicious with yummy sauce.
Top right: Pot roast
Bottom left: Chicken pot pie was alright.
Bottom right: Mashed potatoes, garlic flatbread, buffalo boneless wings
Half and Half Tea House, San Gabriel, CA -
Left: Iced milk drink with Pudding and Honey Boba
Right: Chocolate drink
Din Tai Fung, Arcadia, CA -
Top: Taro dumplings
Bottom left: Chicken soup
Bottom right: Pork soup dumplings
Seaside Bakery, Newport Beach, CA - Jalapeno ham and cheese croissant. Microwave for 15 seconds and it’s a treat that I will be craving.
Class 302, Irvine, CA - Stinky tofu and green tea snow ice with red beans and mochi.
Snooze, San Diego, CA (Hillcrest) -
Top: Half and half benedict: prosciutto & ham with poached eggs and hashbrown
Bottom: Breakfast pot pie with a sunnyside up egg
Chocolate Cremerie, San Diego, CA (Gaslamp District)-
Cookies & cream and Nutella
World Famous, San Diego, CA (Pacific Beach) -
Top left: Lobster bisque
Top right: Poke salad
Bottom: Shrimp tacos
Phils BBQ, San Diego, CA - Pork ribs with fries and beans
Tacos El Gordo, Chula Vista, CA - Tacos 20 minutes from the border.
Vallarta Express Mexican Bakery, San Diego, CA - Carne asada fries
Sushi Ota, San Diego, CA -
Top: Hamachi (yellowtail)
Bottom: Salmon belly
George’s at the Cove, San Diego, CA (La Jolla) -
Top left: Soho lychee cocktail and strawberry infused vodka on rocks
Top right: Calamari, perfect batter balance
Bottom right: Chips and salsa and guacamole
Bottom left: Ruby red grapefruit infused vodka and Soho lychee
Original Sab-E-Lee, San Diego, CA -
Top left: Drunken Noodles
Top right: Basil Chicken Eggplant
Bottom left: Panang Curry
Bottom right: Tom yum soup
In-N-Out, Barstow, CA
Bahama Breeze, Las Vegas, NV -
Top left: Bahamarita
Top right: Warm artichoke dip
Middle left: Coconut shrimp
Middle right: Onion rings
Bottom left: Habanero wings
Bottom right: Crab/shrimp stack with avocado and apple-mango salsa
Italia Express, Premium Oulets, North Las Vegas, NV- Hawaiian Pizza
Food Court, Premium Outlets, North Las Vegas, NV -
Jalapeno cheese fries and sandwich
Jenny’s House, East Las Vegas, NV - Pure honey
Senor Blues, Las Vegas, NV Food Truck - Nachos with beef and chicken
Yama Sushi, Las Vegas, NV - All you can eat sushi including appetizers, rolls, nigiri, dessert.
Stripburger, Las Vegas, NV -
Top: Jalapeno popper burger with fried cheddar cheese & date glazed bacon
Bottom left: Grilled cheese sandwich “
Bottom right: Fried pickles
A&W, Baker, CA- Chili cheese fries and chicken strips
And this is what I ate in one week.
|—||Brian Morton (via stacy-ellen)|
I can’t go into my license exam or first interview knowing I did not give it my 100% in preparation. This means for the next two weeks (OH MY, ACTUALLY LESS THAN TWO WEEKS, YIPES) I am going to:
1) Make sure my brain is fried every day = okay enough studying for the day. It doesn’t sound healthy, but I have been slacking too much. I need to have a fried brain to know I tried.
2) Feel confident going into my first interview
3) Not have any fun except for the following days:
2/9 Chinese New Years
2/15 Mother’s Birthday
So that I can:
2/20 Not make a fool out of myself at the interview
2/21 Pass the NCLEX
Setting my priorities straight.
Highlight of my day:
Crying for just one minute while driving.
My mood before and after this one minute moment was black & white. Before, I had emerging tears, but I suppressed them. After I let it all out I “was able to see clearly now, the rain is gone!” (in reference to Jimmy Cliff’s I Can See Clearly Now). It felt amazing. Those tears ameliorated my unwanted emotions.