Maddy Douglass

Knitter and lawyer in San Francisco. 

Loves coffee, crafting, culture, and cheese plates.

"Say what you mean, mean what you say." 


Sacramento Snacks

This post may be one of my more less-interesting (that's a mouthful of an oxymoron for ya) but seeing as the major theme of this blog is, ahem, "my life," I figured it would be fitting to occasionally record and report on the basics of my life. Like what I bought for lunch.

Last week was my last week of traveling for work for the foreseeable future, so I decided to splurge on my way to Sacramento and got a latte and a pre-made waffle at the cafe down the street from my apartment. Little did I expect to bite into a brioche waffle. It was...mind-blowing. At least, when compared to other foods typically consumed during a morning commute!

For lunch I went to Nugget Market about ten minutes away from the client's office. It's essentially a differently-branded Whole Foods, but it was comforting to know I could still purchase my overpriced kombucha drink and get a predictably decent deli sandwich while away from home. That said, this market had some extra Sacramento style that I've never seen in a Whole Foods market...

Rat Bastard root beer.

For some unknowable reason, I did not make this purchase. My actual meal: a turkey sandwich and horribly-sour lemonade. Neither of which was that thrilling or satisfying.

I should have gotten the Rat Bastard! You win this time, Universe (insert here: mental image of me shaking my fist at the heavens above.)

Bernal Heights walk

One Two Three: July 2012