Do you think the moon looks more like a rock or a shiny disc? Ignore your actual knowledge of what the moon IS. Imagine for a second that you don't really even know what the moon is. You don't know it's composition. You don't know if it shines on its own or if it reflects light. It's just a thing you see in the sky every night. Now what is it? What does it look like to you? A shiny-looking disc or a big, smooth rock? Please answer in the comments!
So that was a weird tangent, but it's me, so you should be used to that by now. And speaking of weird tangents, let me tell you about the things you can do with mac and cheese. Okay, so it's really not that exciting, but I made something kind of delicious tonight: Kraft mac and cheese cooked with broccoli, mushroom Prego spaghetti sauce, and Italian seasoning. It was scrumptious. Even my parents thought so! Take that, real world! I may not have prospects, but I can cook exciting macaroni!
In other news, I'm thinking of moving to Ireland. Their work visa policy seems a bit more American-friendly than the UK's. Thanks a lot, United Kingdom.
Speaking of Ireland, today's Theatre Thursday selection is from the musical Once, which I was lucky enough to see when I was in London. It's the story of an Irish hoover repair man and a Czech immigrant who find friendship and happiness through making music together. When Jill suggested that I blog about the moon today, I thought immediately of this song:
And you know what else is delightful? This rendition of Falling Slowly: