Terminal 2, people! Virgin America! It's cheap. You can go to San Diego on a random weekend! 'Weekend' being Mondays and Tuesdays when you work in the food industry, bitches!
Terminal 2 has THE PLANT CAFE, as one of the little restaurants you can buy food from. I WOULD NEVER BUY SPRING ROLLS FOR $8.25, normally, but my vacation started the minute I wasn't late for my flight, so I indulged. Shitake, tofu, peanut sauce. Yes AND YES. Plus, I hadn't eaten at Plant Cafe yet, so NOW I CAN SAY I HAVE. They have vegan cupcake available! VEGAN CUPCAKES. In an airport.
Delicious. Boarded. Now I'm in San Diego. My friend, Matt, brought up the venus fly trap. What can I say? It's a plant that eats meat? I'm CONFOUNDED. And have a lot of beer in my system.
Matt will be forced to eat vegan food all 'weekend' and I will be on vacation. It's going to be good people.
"I'm a perpetual underdog" Lady Gaga.
I watched a very intense interview of her on the flight.
I'm going to join a gym. A cheap one downtown. Eat better. Drink less. Not this weekend, of course. I had a lot of time to think, on the plane ride to San Diego. I feel like a new person. Nevermind the fact my normal commute takes the same AMOUNT OF TIME AS FLYING DOWN TO SAN DIEGO. So much intellectual pondering goes on during my commute to my job as well. (Or waking up. Napping. I'm a good sleeper.I kept waking up as I was hitting my head on my laptop sticking out of my purse/duffel bag on the BART ride to SFO.)
Could I commute to San Diego for a job? Possibly. It'd take the same amount of time. The cost, though. I can't afford it.
I'm going to get back to you about this carnivorous plant thing. And eating vegan in San Diego. Traveling while vegan is soo exciting!
Laughing over brewskies, or in PAIN, in my company?