I got a pretty good haul at the bookstore. I got four books, including one by Daniel Wallace. He is the author who wrote Big Fish, which I wanted to get but they didn't have it. Another book I got was a guide to used bookstores in New England, so that will be pretty helpful and handy in the future. I love exploring anywhere that has books and it should make for some good day trips and adventures. I have a decent collection of books, now. I would love to have my own little library someday in my house, so I'm happy that I have such a nice little collection of them.
So it probably comes to no surprise, but I don't care about the Super Bowl. The only thing that's cool about it is the good food people tend to make for it, but even that isn't worth it if I have to sit there and watch a football game for hours. No thank you. I also don't care about Groundhog Day and think it's kinda a dumb holiday. I'm pretty sure the groundhog is always going to see his shadow no matter what, and winter will always last as long as it's supposed to last. I can't remember the last time spring was supposed to come early. It never does, so just leave Punxsutawney Phil alone. It's just so silly.
Instead of watching the Super Bowl, I went to Providence with my cousin and our boyfriends. More people were supposed to go, but they ended up bailing. We spent the day shopping at the huge mall there and I ended up getting a few things. We also ate at Fire & Ice. I had never been there, but it's pretty intense. There is a huge selection of meats and ingredients and you actually grab all of the ingredients that you want to make something with and then you hand it to a chef who cooks it in front of you, sort of like hibachi, except they don't cook in front of where you eat. All the food is laid out buffet style and then the grill is in the middle of it all. It's neat! And it's all you can eat, so needless to say, I came home with a very big food baby.
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