JANUSFILES2 . . . ENTRY #0056 . . . OPEN:
Yesterday, I said that I needed to change my dinner habits just a little. Monday, I found out just how right I was.
Monday afternoon, I made it to Lemongrass Cafe right before the 4:00 PM cut-off point for the lunch specials. As I mentioned quite some time back, one of my default choices when ordering Chinese is shrimp lo mein. Lo Mein is one of their lunch specials (with your choice of beef, chicken, pork, or shrimp), so I decided to get that, and take it to work for dinner.
Right after I left Lemongrass Cafe, though, I realized that I was going to need something else to eat sooner. And I'm still not sure why I did this, but I decided to bike a couple of blocks over to China 1. I picked up a small order of lo mein there as well -- pork lo mein this time.
I went to work after that. I was a couple of hours early (which threw Emma for a curve when I first arrived), but used the time to take a nap in the back room before clocking in. I also ate the pork lo mein right away. As the saying goes, that really hit the spot right then. I saved the shrimp lo mein for later (after a quick zap in the microwave). The shrimp were a decent size, and the vegetables included mushrooms -- one of my favorites.
And best of all, I got fortune cookies with both orders. The fortune in the cookie from China 1 read:
"You have a yearning for perfection."
I was also amused to note that this fortune came decorated with smiley faces at the beginning and end of the fortune.
The fortune in the cookie from Lemongrass Cafe read:
"A great pleasure in life is doing what others say you can't."
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