Sunday, November 26, 2006

Thanksgiving Postmortem


So, it's 11 pm on the Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend, and I need a vacation. What's that you say? I just had one? Funny, between the traveling (to Armonk, then Lebanon,PA, then Reading,PA, then back to Armonk, then NYC) and the endless, unceasing EATING, I need to kick back, relax and starve myself back to my fighting weight. Seriously, there is just so much kettle corn, mimosas, turkey, stuffing, snickerdoodles (don't ask), pork fried rice, sushi, pizza, diet Coke, steak sandwiches, red wine, white wine, butternut squash lasagna, cooked carrots, malt and vinegar potato chips and roasted pork buns a man can take! And yes, I did consume at least one of each from that list over the last 96 hours, much to my chagrin. I know it's the holidays, but really, that list is pretty revolting. I'm going to bed, and hoping that when I wake up in the AM, my stomach will have at least partially returned to its original state.

I'm not particularly religious, but please...pray for my tummy.

4 Comments:

Anonymous J.D. said...

I've got to hand it to you Zach---

That is a big plus to actually be able to digest all that! Unfortunately, I am not that brave, I know the way my body works--- and I know for a fact I will end up sick for at least a week trying to digest all that.

But now, reading your post, you got me craving for a favorite of mine-- a steak sandwich. Thanks a lot, lol! As a familiar green guy would say, "Yum, Yum!"

November 28, 2006 6:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look out Molly, there's some pancakes sliding off the griddle.

November 28, 2006 2:08 PM  
Anonymous Ling said...

hhahaa! Honey, you forgot Taco Bell and coconut cupcakes.

December 04, 2006 2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zach and Ling I don't know what is more frightening, the combination or the coconut cupcakes...yikes. I cannot stand those things.

I am glad you guys had a great thanksgiving, having dinners of different types is always such fun, I love it when my wife makes Philipino dishes for the holidays. It is a nice break from the turkey and ham at my family's holiday.

December 06, 2006 5:27 PM  

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