Wednesday, March 28, 2012

A Day In Life

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Lately I have been on a blogging block. I have good reasons though. First, I did my last long run today before the big race on Saturday. Now it's resting time, I worry that I don't hydrate properly on race day morning or that there is not enough portapotties and I will miss start time because I'm in the long line to go do you-know-what.

Second, the long wait for the internship match day is Sunday evening and I keep thinking the "what-ifs".

Third, I have been catching up on The Killing and Downton Abbey, two excellent shows with great characters and dialogues.

Finally, my master's graduate oral examination is coming up and I am trying to plow through four 2-inch binders of notes. Here I am, reviewing vitamin B6 deficiency and increase risk of cardiovascular disease with my hand-drawn chart above.
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It's interesting how the third item is taking priorities over the others.

Between all these things to-do, I made tuna salad.

Oh yes, tuna salad sandwich with provolone, tuna salad on crackers, tuna salad with veggies...

Perfect lunch for me to take a break from studying and worrying while I finish another episode of The Killing.

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Happy Hump Day

Simple Tuna Salad
Three 5oz tuna in water, drained
2 stalks celery, finely diced (or one stalk if you don't care for the crunchiness)
1/4 cup red onion, finely diced
1/4 cup light mayo (or less, depending on your taste)
1 tablespoon capers with juice
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste

Mix everything in a mixing bowl. Add more mayo if you like it more on the creamy side. Season with salt and pepper. Easy and simple. Serve on anything you can think of.

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