Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

Happy Birthday to Vik and early-birthday to NYC-Kate (tomorrow).

I declared today the beginning of the two weeks of celebrating my birthday.  kurukami (Mark) and I had made plans to go out to dinner, and two weeks from tonight is when we scheduled the joint-birthday (my brother's is August 1) dinner.

We were going to get Thai, but we couldn't find the place despite the fact that we both remembered passing it on Elm St. one of our previous times, so instead we went to one of the many Indian restaurants.  I ordered something the name of which I don't quite remember (Paneer Dosai?) which was potatoes and "mild spices" and etc. and delivered as promised.  I was not expecting it to come in a wrap, though.  That was really . . . long.  I didn't know how one was supposed to eat it, so  I just cut into it.  It deflated ;)  Mark quipped (complete with girly voice), "Oh, it was so big, and long, and yet, so hollow."  I was also pleased to see that they sell Riesling (St. "M") by the glass.  And I had cashew&raisin ice cream for dessert.

[Wow, I've been spending too much time on del.icio.us (830 and counting) -- I went to tag this entry and my instinct was to type my tags with no spaces and to separate them by spaces rather than by commas.]
Tags: alcohol, food: boston area, innuendo, self: birthday

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