Curry and a driver's license
Tonight, we had Halibut with Coconut-Curry Sauce for dinner (it was supposed to be sea bass, but Safeway didn't have any). It turned out well. The fish was unremarkable and kind of pricey, but the sauce was awesome, and we're planning on making it again someday. Oh, and one of the good things about halibut is that it had no detectable bones in it. That's my kind of fish!
As of today, I am the proud holder of a California driver's license! Well, it's just a piece of paper right now, but I'll get the real thing in the mail sometime soon. Since I had a Colorado license, I only had to pass the written test, which I did. I'm glad I can legally drive in CA now, but since I haven't driven in more than two years, I'm a little hesitant to start again. I will eventually. First I'd like to get a used car (instead of borrowing Patrick's dad's car), so if I hurt it, I won't feel horrible. But before we can buy a car, we need jobs. Still working on that. I'm glad I have my part time programming job to provide some padding.
Our wheatgrass is growing at an impressive pace, and there are little baby basil sprouts in our herb garden (the chives and rosemary haven't done anything yet). I'll take pictures when things have progressed further.