Yesterday I had one of those "It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time" moments. I made two critical errors during my lunch break:
1) I went to the hospital cafeteria for lunch.
2) I ordered meat loaf. Yes, meat loaf.
I honestly can't explain why this happened. I don't really even like meat loaf. Let alone from the hospital cafeteria. I went there because it's right by my work, it's cheap, and sometimes it actually tastes okay. But not on this day. Meat loaf? Seriously? I willingly ordered meat loaf from the hospital cafeteria?!?!
I know what you're thinking Captain Obvious. You're thinking "Duh, you fool! If you chose to eat hospital meat loaf, you deserve that feeling in your stomach like you swallowed an angry badger."
I am so disappointed in myself for my poor choice of food. If one of my children had made this decision, I would have scolded them and proceeded to ground them for a week. I am so ashamed.
I can assure you that I have learned from my mistake. This error will not happen again. Next time I will pass on the meat loaf, no matter how tempting it may seem at the time. Go ahead - threaten me with my life. I still will not eat hospital meat loaf.
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