In 2005, I was basking in the sudden influx of uninterrupted Internet access at Walters State Community College. DeviantArt was my 2nd go-to place, I was getting a lot more writing done and I could use the Internet without having to bother what my parents would say.
A lot of time would be spent here. Hours beyond than what I usually needed to be at school. All because I didn’t have a proper computer at home, and didn’t have free Internet access.
It was one afternoon in early fall of 2007, I had joined a forum and discovered by the name of Game Maker. The people of the forum had recommended it to me when I have voiced how I wanted to make a game. I figured that I would bomb at computer programming since I had failed Visual Basic a semester before. What harm would it be to fool around with it?
My friend Dave sent these two pepper goodies to me after I swapped him muscadine grapes. He decided to start me out with “mild” stuff, which is starfish pepper sauce and habanero pepper dust. I was told I need to master these before I get hotter stuff to try.
Oh well. The sauce does work good with pholourie, and the dust works nicely with flavoring fried eggs. Mom especially uses the latter.
Whelp, it’s been an era since you heard from me. Winter came and went and now we’re in the middle of summer. Sorry about the silence. Let’s get a quick blurb of what I’m catching up on and where we’re going next.
Breakfast in Queens is always simple. It’s quite a different change when you’re on the road scrounging McDonalds biscuit and eggs; sometimes my aunt does give something more Guyanese when we arrive, but often breakfast is very simple, composing of bread and cereal.
This was the case here, especially since we were trying to get back home in time for July 4th. Breakfast was very simple; regular bran flakes, milk and coffee. Honestly, I actually enjoyed this before heading out, especially considering this was eaten at 7:30AM. Though I got hungry pretty quickly afterwards.