Did what I always mean to do and never seem to find time for - cooked up a storm. I'm working the next three nights, and I can safely say that I have enough food to last. Made a big pot of cabbage cooked in butter, a pound or so of organic chicken sausage, lots of zucchini, lots of cut-up fruit ready to go. Plenty of salad greens, some rotisserie chicken. It's a nice feeling, and I only had to wash one pan!
Also remembered a really great salsa sold here - a local concoction, organic, etc. that tastes way better than anything I have ever made. I cut up my avocado and mixed it up with some salsa - keep sit it from oxidizing and tastes unbelievably good. I almost ate the entire bowl - took great force of will to put half of it away.
Another day in paradise here in Maine. What a nice summer we are having!
A couple of weeks ago I bought one of those Ahh Bras sold at the drugstore - thought it would make a nice around-the-house lounging bra - and have been very pleasantly surprised. It is really great, so comfortable and does what it should without binding anywhere. Today I went to buy another and of course they now have a different kind, although oddly at half the price. Anyway, I bought two (came in a package) and am even more surprised that I like them even better. These have pads, which I do not need, but are really good at avoiding show-through. They are very thin pads, however. The pads also add a bit of support. I am very happy with the result - it is like the support of a sports bra without the uni-boob look and without the binding and discomfort. I would never have thought a bra like this could work for D-cup me. Just sayin' - if you are in the market for a cheap, comfortable, supportive bra give it a try. I got mine at Rite-Aid.