I have a feeling the abnormally high spike in my blog views lately might have something to do with my last blog about Kris Hackenson. I thought about deleting it because I don’t really want to deal with any drama, then I realized that I just don’t care enough. Chances are I’ll be threatened with some sort of slander lawsuit, because that’s what he likes to do, but nothing I said was false. Also, he has chosen to put himself in the public eye (through drifting, producing music, whatever he can possibly do) so any slander lawsuit will not stick.
On to the positive things on my mind. Last night my boss let me leave work early because of the bad weather, so Bob and I were able to make it to Kona Grill before the end of half off happy hour. I had a coupon for a free dinner for my birthday, but I was anticipating the happy hour. Our bartender was the server that I had when I signed up for Konavore (the email program that gave me the free birthday dinner coupon) during Lauren’s birthday lunch. He was a really awesome, attentive bartender, exactly the kind you want any time you go out to eat somewhere.
Right away we ordered the avocado egg rolls, which are absolutely delicious. They are served with this really good honey-cilantro dipping sauce. For dinner we ordered some sushi and basil pesto linguine. As we were checking out, the bartender brought me one of their red velvet cakes with cream cheese frosting. It was so good I want some more. I haven’t had much of a sweet tooth lately, but this cake was awesome.
After dinner we stopped by a redbox and rented Shutter Island for free thanks to an online promo code. I’m a Leonardo DiCaprio fan, so I liked the movie. It was pretty well produced in my opinion. Parts of it were kind of creepy, but generally it was a thriller (if that), not a horror movie. I don’t like horror movies.
So that was my date night. Just nice and low key. I have a job interview on Friday, but I’m not going to say much about it unless I get the job.