Do you want to know my biggest regret? Of course you do; that's what they always ask on those tags and questionnaires that float around the internet. Well, my biggest regret is not getting Hayley G. Hoover's picture or autograph when I kinda/sorta met her last summer. Truth.
Anyway, not only is she extremely funny but she writes stuff that makes me want to be a better person, basically. I love it when I read something that makes me want to do something, even though most of the time I don't, which is my own fault for being lazy, and then I feel guilty, a process which she also discusses. I am working on it.
One thing I am currently trying out is vegetarianism. Yes, I am giving up meat for Lent. This is super hypocritical of me because most of my friends are vegetarians and I've always been that annoying one who is like "Meat is so delicious om nom nom" and points out that herbivores are always the first to die in event of some apocalypse. (True fact. I learned it Planet Earth.) Well, I don't want to be the first to die but I do want to challenge myself, so yeah. That is happening. I guess I should, like, research diets so I don't die from lack of protein or something, but who am I kidding, I don't have time for that. (And here I am blogging...) I only really eat meat for dinner, anyway, and there are lots of things I can talk my mom into making, like soups and pasta and salads, that are vegetarian. Not fish or seafood, though. First of all, the smell of fish literally makes me sick and so I don't eat it, and second of all, um, fish are animals. The most important thing is that I can still eat desserts. Although, I have to inform you something I learned on Tumblr yesterday, which is that Nutella is not vegetarian. Do what you like with that information. It makes no difference to me, as my mom doesn't buy it any more!! (Definitely no ill feelings there. Definitely not.)
I'll be sure to keep you updated on my adventures in veggie land. I don't know what will happen after Easter, but I guess we'll just have to see then!
Man, my life is so exciting.
Speaking of exciting: last Doctor Who episode watched: Season 1, Episode 10
(just copying Kristina because I like being able to look back and remember when things happened) (this may be a thing, if you don't mind. not like it matters if you do.)
P.S. Oh, and in case you were at all curious, my next biggest regrets all have to do with food. Like the time I got animal crackers from the vending machine even though there were perfectly good Cheetos right there. The animal crackers turned out to be stale and I could have cried. Would it have been so bad to inhale a few extra calories for the sake of taste, I ask you? No, I do not think so.
P.P.S. Any of you folk ever been to L.A.? What are some fun things to do there? (not Disneyland)