I met with my surgeon last Monday about options to fix my hernia. (If you didn’t know already, I got a hernia in July from overdoing it when I was working out). Unfortunately, the procedure will require about about a week to recover and about 2 to 3 weeks of limited mobility with no heavy lifting (over 25lbs). With my schedule and with the holiday season coming up, plus it’ll be crazy at work…I won’t be able to have my surgery until after January. He also said that I shouldn’t do any working out until after I’ve had my surgery and have fully recovered. My condition is very minor and not physically noticeable at the moment but it could get a lot worse if I do anything strenuous. I feel so insecure and “blah” about my body since I haven’t been working out much. I was working so hard to try n bulk up and was actually seeing results…but now I feel as though I’m shrinking down to where I started. You might have noticed that I haven’t been posting many “Tigguhh” pics. I know I shouldn’t be feeling so insecure but it kinda sucks. :( I like to think positive so I know I’ll get over this…I just felt like venting. *sigh*
Just fixed the comments moderation mishap. It seems the WordPress Application on my phone is messing with the settings on my actual blog. Guess I won’t be using the app until they fix some bugs. Anyway…please…comment away! Also, I got my hair cut not too long ago. Yay!
At the La Fayette hotel for some drinks and fun at the pool with our buddy David. :)
The comments function on my blog doesn’t seem to be working. I’ll try to get it fixed soon! Sowwy!! :(
Pooh n I took some naughty pics while we were goin at it a couple nights ago. I know I’ve posted pics of us before but some reason I feel hesitant. O.o
Pooh and I have recently been on the hunt for the best and most amazing authentic Japanese food in San Diego. There are tons of Japanese restaurants over here, but most of them are not quite “authentic” and are Americanized with fancy overpriced sushi and a limited array of “so-so” dishes. I LOVE food so I definitely don’t mind trying every Japanese restaurant in the San Diego!
Let’s start by going to one of me and Pooh’s favorite places to go when we can’t think of where to go for dinner. Kiki Sushi in Hillcrest is, in my opinion, very under appreciated and overlooked. Perhaps it’s because their logo looks just like the Kinko’s logo, or maybe because the place is pretty tiny. I tend to think that some of the most amazing food comes from the small “hole’s in the wall” type places. I’ve been to ton’s of fancy restaurants with pretty ostentatious interiors and paid a huge bill for the crappiest dinner. Looks definitely aren’t everything! With aesthetics set aside, this place has always been consistent and I’ve never had a bad experience. The food is always delicious and our servers are always friendly. They have a pretty good happy hour with specials on sake and rolls. The food is adequately priced and the portions are pretty huge. Yummy food at a great price! I highly recommend trying the Khunda Roll, Kiki Roll, Kiwi Roll, and Sumo Roll. I also recommend the Hamachi Kama, but just know that they run out of it often. Although Kiki might not have the most amazingly mind blowing dishes, it’s deceptive simplicity gives it all the more charm.
Pooh and I actually had dinner at Kiki Sushi night. We ordered the Kiki Roll, Salmon Roll, and Salmon Kama (because they were out of the Hamachi Kama). It was delicious as usual. =)