After working at one job in the morning, going to school, and then working at another job in the afternoon, I didn’t last long on Friday night before I was in bed. I was looking forward to watching Blue Bloods, but instead I was in bed by 7:30.
I spent quite a bit of time this weekend doing homework. I’m studying for a unit test, so there’s been lots of flash cards, re-reading notes, and going through the textbook. Since this unit is two chapters long, there’s a lot more to it than previous units.
For lunch on Sunday I made a white pizza. It had olive oil, Italian seasonings, garlic powder (cause everything is better with garlic, right?), and goat cheese on a homemade pizza dough. I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to put goat cheese on pizza. This is the second time I’ve done it and I think it was even better than the first time.
I started The Forest a couple weeks ago. So far I’m really enjoying it. This is the second book by Edward Rutherford I’ve read, and I think he’ll end up being a favourite for me.
Sunday afternoon the Canadian women’s national soccer team took on Mexico. I’ve been looking forward to it since the last game they played against Korea at the end of October. It was a great game to watch, both teams really wanted to win. One of these days I’m going to see a game in person. The energy would be amazing!
Little did I know that there was another big game on TV the same day – the Grey Cup (the Canadian equivalent to the Superbowl). Obviously I’m not a football fan. My dad had bought some munchies for the Grey Cup, so even though I didn’t watch the game, I took advantage of the nachos, spring rolls, and samosas.