I unintentionally squandered my unlimited meal plan yesterday.
I didn’t eat a single meal in the dining hall. I did, however, use my unlimited swipe-ability without guilt to pick up some fruit as a snack.
Yesterday was our last hurrah before the start of classes, and I’m glad to say that it was both a productive and fun day (without any heart palpitations, thank God).
I felt like a spring chicken after sleeping in and doing a bit of yoga and foam rolling in the morning. Once I was finished with all that, it was 10AM, so a quick dorm breakfast felt like the way to go.
peanut butter + vanilla protein + banana on Dave’s killer bread
Followed by some human physiology reading, Jesus loving (Mass), and then more food. The admissions office graciously hosted a welcome back BBQ for all the admissions ambassadors (tour guides, etc.), complete with burgers, dogs, cookies, and sunshine.
there’s a big burger patty in there somewhere
I was kinda antisocial at the BBQ, but I didn’t mean to be. I just needed to sit down and eat my burger with two hands, which meant that I had to remove myself from all the people standing and talking. In reality I was doing everyone a favor by not talking to them with lettuce in my teeth and mustard on my cheeks.
Domestic dorm duties beckoned me, so I went back to the dorm to do laundry and tub scrubbing.
fueled by some zucchini bread that my wonderful roommate baked
My roommates told me not to clean the bathroom since it’s only been a week, but I rebelled and cleaned it anyway. Mold preys quickly.
And I prey on peanut butter even more quickly.
My accidental homage to “I ♥ NY (aka The Big Apple)” 😉
I passed more time with blogging, folding laundry, and getting distracted by Tori Kelly’s VMA performance before leaving for the Catholic Center’s trip to the North End!
This week for me is filled with the BU Catholic Center’s First Week events, which is a time for any and all returning students and new students to hang out, meet friends, and partake in a merry time.
Day one was a scavenger hunt with tasks such as proposing to a stranger (who happens to look like Morgan Freeman).
Day two was a trip to Quincy Market and the North End of Boston, which is like a more quaint version of NYC’s Little Italy.
gyro plate with rice pilaf and salad from Quincy Market
HOUSED THIS. I told Rachel, “It scares me and thrills me that half of this meat is fat.”
Afterwards we walked to Mike’s Pastry in the North End, where our bomb-dig priest generously bought forty cannoli(s?) for the group.
best cannoli I ever did eat // no chocolate chips 😀
back to the endless selfies of college
Beautiful place and weather with beautiful people, eating beautiful food, and celebrating a beautiful Lord.
The day ended with deep thoughts/girl talk in my friends’ dorm room and typing up this blog post. Plus a shower, because hygiene is good.
P.S. I’m going to a modern dance class today, and I haven’t danced in forever, but I’m SO STOKED.
Wishing you all a beautiful day!
So tell me:
Do you get self-conscious eating around people? I don’t usually, but when it comes to things with big leaves, I must hide my face.
Have you ever tried a cannoli?
Are you scrupulous about cleaning the bathroom like I am?