Did you know: I used to never eat vegetables (maybe a little carrots or broccoli) until college when I started eating mushrooms and tomatoes.
Thought of the day: Sunday was amazing. Read about it in my captions for the pictures.
Food for thought: Once again, there's plenty below so just keep reading my friends.
-Alvinism of the Wildboyz
I woke up a little early before our breakfast and went for a walk to Albertson's to buy some ingredients. Beautiful wet pavement glistening w/ sunlight that peaks through the clouds.
Cooking food w/ friends is the best too and what a healthy and amazing breakfast we had! We set it up like total family status. I love you guys.
Blueberry pancakes, banana pancakes, and crushed walnut pancakes. I love cooking & eating w/ friends.
Afterwards we had some time to kill so Allan biked around the neighborhood while Frees and I played baseball in the street. After running a few balls down the street we went biking and skating to a lemon orchard and threw them around before we bid Allan a bon voyage.
Allan aka Bruce Lee aka Lance Armstrong retired the road bike to become a fixed gear champion to build his cadence. Good luck buds. Make good choices!
I never thought I'd live near something like this.
So it's Sunday and what else do you do beside read my Alvinisms? You go to church of course so Frees and I went to my quaint chuch called Our Lady Of Mt. Carmel where we saw a few old friends, lots of friends' parents, and my parents.
But sadly I got wind that my favorite priest died, Father Lou Fisher. It was a shock to everyone and people were crying through the mass. He was a funny old guy who always told the same joke on Easter and now I dunno what Easter mass will be like. RIP Father Lou. TADA!!!
Come night time I continued to eat healthy w/ a vegetable melody w/ only light salt & pepper, turkey sausage, rice, and tomatoes w/ a lil soy sauce. Oishi des ka!
Finished the day watching anime, Johnny Depp's movie "Dead Man", a nice jog, and everything you need to wrap up a wonderful Sunday. Thank you friends.This film was good, weird, and trippy. I'd give it a 6.5.
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