I have to start this entry by letting everyone know that Senegambia Cooking Restaurant is delicious. That said, it's the only restaurant where I've almost died.
This Vimto soda was a super fun try. It's raspberry and blackcurrant flavored.
Have you ever played around with writing your own obituary? I hadn't until this last week. Here's what I've come up with so far.
Thankfully that's not what happened. I'm a Red Cross certified CPR/First Aid instructor, so the thought that kept running through my mind was "I know you're embarrassed, but don't run to the bathroom. People die in the bathroom!" My employee Michelle, also an instructor, asked if I needed back-blows. I shook my head "no." I kept coughing and was able to "gracefully" cough into a napkin. My other colleague (who shall remain nameless) told me he was ready to pull out a chair so I could help myself. Ha!
I was so grateful to be surrounded by knowledgeable people, but this is not always the case. The wonderful interwebs tell me that an average of 3,000 adults die from choking every year. I suggest that, if you don't know what to do to help yourself or someone else in this situation, sign up for a class today! If you can't afford the cost, there are many free programs/classes online. Please educate yourself.
After crying over my lunch, I finished most of it, and helped Michelle with her Chicken Afra (pictured below).
I can count on one hand the foods I dislike, and I'll typically even eat those. Typically frugal, but I'll pay top dollar for an amazing/unique dining experience. Never passed up a free meal, which has led me to become the #36 ranked eater in Major League Eating. July 4th, 2020 will be my third time competing in the Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest at Coney Island. I've been on ESPN. That's right people, I'm an athlete.