Lunch (3:00 p.m.): My day started out with a 7:00 a.m. meeting (darn Eastern Standard Time) and didn’t have the chance to eat until my last meeting, at 3:00 p.m. It was definitely one of those days. I had the leftover pork from Kevin and my last Korean BBQ outing and piled it on top of steamed rice. The side of renkon (lotus) added a nice crunch to the bowl.
Dinner (7:00 p.m.): Korean Quesadilla, with Fontina cheese and kimchi for dinner. Kevin made this for me one night after we tasted something similar from Koji Truck. This is seriously SO yummy – I hope you’d try it. All you have to do is make quesadilla the old fashioned way, and sandwich prepared kimchi in the middle of two tortillas.
On a completely random note … English is such a difficult language to master. There are so many complicated rules. English grammars are like animals and you have to handle them with care. Like … dangling modifiers … you have to make sure that those little dangling things don’t fall from a tree. Once of these days, I’m going to conquer this thing like the way I conquered Othello. (And chess … I really want to be good at it too … but I digress.)
One thing I simply cannot understand is the usage of, “you too,” as in:
Me: It was so nice to meet you!
You: You too!
Shouldn’t the response really be, “me too,” as in “I (me) enjoyed meeting you too”? When one says, “you too,” it sounds like he/she is saying “you must think that it was nice to meet me too.” Anyway, I’m rambling. This is what happens when I have more than a glass of wine.