Monday, May 24, 2010

LOST

Steak and I ventured to Whole Foods on Sunday and dropped a ton of cash. After reading several books and watching several movies on nutrition, I've become a little paranoid about the food I've been eating. I asked Steak if we could try going Organic this week in order to ease my mind. 

While we were playing in the seafood aisle, we were inspired to make fish tacos out of the fresh Tilapia and bell peppers.

The wine we bought at Best Cellars on Thursday.
Steak's homemade guacamole. Beyond delicious.
Our TV table all set-up and ready for LOST.

As all of you know, the season finale of LOST aired on Sunday night. Steak and I sat through all 4 1/2 hours of it. It was wonderful. I laughed, I cried, I cried, I laughed, I sobbed. What an emotionally draining, yet fulfilling episode to conclude the season. I won't give away any spoilers in case someone hasn't seen it, but I will say that I'm completely satisfied. I don't think the writers took the easy way out, nothing was black and white and I love that. I will miss the Tuesday night phone calls I had with my mom to discuss the outrageous twists and turns of LOST. But a part of me is satisfied because I now can rest easy knowing that the show has concluded and concluded well.

I will miss John Locke most of all. Best character on television, ever.

4 comments:

  1. 4.5 hours! Wow I have 2 seasons to catch up on before I embark on that finale.

    Those tacos look amazing and fresh - nice spread.

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  2. Ok, truth be told the first two hours were interviews w/ the cast and the season finale was only 2.5 hours, but we did sit through the entire thing from 7-11:30pm. :)

    Enjoy the last two seasons! It's great watching all the episodes in a row without weekly breaks!

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  3. Wow this looks amazing. I absolutely love fish tacos. I usually make them with mango salsa but I need to try your recipe. Looks fresh and delish!

    xx
    Nikki

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  4. Looks delicious! Don't you love Best Cellars?!

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