2010 Day 1: Not Much To Report

I would’ve uploaded a few pics if I could find the USB cable. Anyway that reminds me that Jill got a free USB card reader when she bought Tilde, her new S90, so I better ask for that instead.

I finally got to watch My Sassy Girl and it was terrific, or at least the ending was. Quite likely some of the scenes gist’ were lost in translation so they came out long and pointless, but it came all together in the end. The Wikipedia page says ‘it became a mega blockbluster hit in the entire region from Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as South East Asia, to the point where it was drawing comparisons to Titanic‘. That’s very impressive and I finally got to see why. It might not necessarily have the best of any given particular detail, but at the end it leaves you happy and that’s more than enough for me.

I cooked a fave of mine, meatballs in tomato sauce, which we had for dinner the other day and lunch today. Jill calls it Tomato Balls. What I like about it is that being tomato based, it lasts for a long time, and you can have it with toasted baguette with butter as well as rice. Living alone really makes me learn to stretch meals as long as I can, and these type of meals, along with Adobo and Menudo, are the answer.

Besides I dislike having to break off work in order to have to cook, so I like cooking things in advance and keeping them in the fridge ready for reheating via my little electric oven.

I need to update BallEx. In fact, by tomorrow the 2nd, I need to really start cracking on the stuff that I’ve always planned to do with the blogs. So I’ll sleep now, it’s 11. Goodnight y’all and Happy New Year.

3 thoughts on “2010 Day 1: Not Much To Report

  1. “but at the end it leaves you happy and that’s more than enough for me.”

    My Sassy Girls is in my top 10, the ending always gets me. (-: Hi Gary, Happy New Year!

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