:: Day 5 in NYC ::

it is raining. i am not sure that i have a job anymore. i am buried in a pile of applications, forms, and logistics. my cats are following me around and acting like i starved and abandoned them…and then came back with two new cats. i want to be doing something creative and i find myself doing everything but.

and yet, i feel hopeful and productive and so to congratulate myself on overcoming jet lag and the many obstacles that i am facing on my return home, i make myself a homemade Bubble Tea that brought me so much unexpected joy yesterday.

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:: Fourth Day Back in NYC ::

you can imagine my excitement when, in a jet lag-induced depression, i remembered that the Health Food Store around the corner sold Tapioca “Pearls.” so i decided to take my happiness into my own tired and slightly hallucinating hands and decided that i would make my own!

over two hours later, and in the process of steeping some tea, i realized what an utter failure this whole mission has been.

1. not all Pearls were created equal.

: not Large. and not for Bubble Tea.

2. even if i did have the right Pearls, i didn’t have the right Straws.

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5.14.12

there are few things i love more than bubble tea and robots, let alone robots hugging bubble teas!ComeSingapore.com says it best, “Bubble Tea Never Dies!”

i found a Chinese food place on the outside subway transfer between Jay Street- Metrotech and Dekalb Ave. between our rehearsal space at One Arm Red and my apt in Ditmas Park. i am drinking it everyday after rehearsal as a ritual in sweet anticipation to go to Singapore and have the real thing…

♥♥♥ Bubble Tea ♥♥♥

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