Happy Food Year


So, seeing as my last name is Cohen, I will be participating in the festivities that are jewlidays. Jewlidays consist of an abundance of food, a lot of soda at the table, and just more food, and more desert. So, there are a lot of things that I like about Rosh Hashana, and then a lot of things that I hate. I will start with the ones that I hate.

Things I Dislike:

1) When people stare at me when I eat. I know I could just be crazy, or that people are actually looking at me. Either way, I kind of wish that I could just sit in my own private bubble and not have to deal with anyone watching or looking at me. Or me worrying what people are thinking. I’m sure people are actually just minding their own business, and enjoying their Diet Pepsi, and delicious mouth watering meaty food; but it’s my insecurities that are coming out right now.

2) Diet Coke. It’s always at every square inch of every table at the family dinner. How is it that each special holiday, there’s always that evil bottle of bubbly goodness staring at me in the face? Whatever, I’m going to kick Diet Coke in the fat ass…

3) Food. Food states at me in the face. It sits there and I know that I can’t eat all of it. What ever will I do? Well, I’ll just have a bit of that and a taste of this. But it’s still staring me in the face.

I’ll get to the stuff that I like after tonight’s dinner…

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3 thoughts on “Happy Food Year

  1. Sometimes we think that people are looking at us, but are not.
    I can not change the way you feel, but maybe they are not being the judge you think they are.
    Happy happy, Shanah Tova

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