Who knew? Wilbur Dining has some redemptive qualities to it. Or rather, their dinnerware does. The dessert plates nestle neatly on top of the cereal bowls, creating a nice partition so that my peaches don’t get my cornflakes soggy in my fridge before tomorrow morning.
This is going to be breakfast (in retrospect, I should probably eat more breakfasts that have protein in them, meaning I should’ve gotten some cottage cheese or soy milk…oh well; i’m not doing anything particularly active before lunch tomorrow). [edit: i actually went and got soy milk out of guilt. blogging appears to be good for my health lol].
All stacked up for easy fridge storage:
Open to reveal the cornflakes beneath:
I met my Levinthal tutor today. He’s awesome, and I’m really excited to work with him. 🙂 In a bit, I’m off to a program meet-and-greet where the Levinthal students and the Stegner Fellows get to mingle and eat tasty food (one thing I will say about the English Dept; they always feed us well…), and after that, a Constitution writing meeting for the new Asian American Writers Workshop I started up last quarter. (Although, I don’t think anybody will show up at that meeting. It might just be me writing the group constitution. Oh, well). And then to work on more grad school stuff. A very satisfyingly writing-full day.