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Life is only what you wonder.

Tuesday, January 20, 2004

Press Pause, Please

Bob Katz, the owner of the restaurant, stopped by the other day. He's been spending alot of time at the new location that just opened, so we haven't seen much of him lately, which was a good thing.

The "official policy" on smoking is that you're only supposed to smoke on your break, but unless he's there we can pretty much smoke whenever we want. But while he was there we had to wait until after he left to smoke.
So even while we're working everyone's watching him like a hawk, just waiting for him to walk out the door.
A team of trained spies couldn't have done it better than us.

He was there for hours.

Everyone was getting all snappy.
It was like a kennel--bitches galore.

Not a minute after he puts on his coat and exits, the dining room is completely empty of all it's staff. We're all in the back, puffing like fiends.

Kids, this is one reason why you don't want to start smoking . Without your nicotine fix you turn into a maniac.

I have a hair appointment a little later. Aside from that, running the dishwasher, and throwing a load of unmentionables in the washing machine, today is going to be a "Nothing Day".
Anything that involves work, toil, or effort is totally forbidden today.
After I get back from the salon, I'm going to whip up a batch of "Quick N' E-Z Tuna Casserole" (the recipe is below--try it, you'll like it!) and just lounge.

No worries.

Quick N' E-Z Tuna Casserole
Ready to eat in only 5 minutes!

Ingredients:
1 package Top Ramen, Creamy Chicken flavor
I can of chunk light tuna in spring water (drained)
2 tablespoons mayonnaise

Directions:
Boil ramen noodles for 3 minutes. Drain and place back in pot. Add tuna, mayo, and one half of Creamy Chicken flavor Seasoning Packet. Stir well. Heat for one minute, stirring frequently.
Enjoy! Serves one.