Sunday, June 26, 2011

In the Plan for Tomorrow

  • Get up early, hit the road with my painting gears to the parking lot of Best Buy in town over looking the airport, do a quick oil sketch or two; quickly pack up and desert the parking lot before the first curious soul approaches me wanting to know what quaint thing I am up to doing.
  • On the way home, stop at Saver's, the big resale store, on the way home, hunt for a used stovetop grill; if Saver's doesn't have it, to one of the other stores nearby, hunt till I find one. I love grilled vegetables but have never cooked any because I don't do outdoor grilling. I'm a girl, remember? These hot days make me dream of grilled veggies so much that I have to find a way to cook some myself. I love grilled shrimp and salmon, too.
  • Get home before the air turns sizzling in 100 degrees.
  • On getting home drink a large glass of iced water without stopping to breathe. 
  • When I have caught my breath again,  I'll clean out and wash off the goo in and around the fridge.
  • Put some lotion on my hands to eliminate the odor of residual paint thinner and Clorox. 
  • Sit down to read ten more pages of The Picture of Dorian Gray by the effusively wild Oscar Wilde.
  • Get up and stretch.
  • Go to the kitchen, season the stovetop grill if I have one and it's new; wash it if I have one and it's old; spray it with some oil.
  • Grill some egg plants, sprinkle them with some sesame seeds.
  • Eat them with some cold noodles. 
  • I'm running out of plans for the rest of tomorrow. Any ideas?
I have to stop now to read five more pages of The Picture of Dorian Gray.

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