Thursday, March 20, 2014
And for me, it is starting well. After staying awake to the wee hours the night before last, last night, I turned out the light, turned off my brain, and fell asleep somewhere between 10:30 and 11pm. The happy result of that is that Iím drinking my first cup of espresso at just after 5am, and my brain feels like itís more on track with the rest of the world.
There are way more than 50 shades of gray. There might be an infinite number. There are also more than 50 shades of carbohydrate.
A downside to eating almost no processed foods is that itís no fun to look at the coupons in oneís inbox. A list of $56 worth of coupons from WholePaycheck, and only the one for yogurt might be relevant. (Might because Iíd have to check out the brand to see whatís in it.)
Speaking of Whole Foods, Iím looking at their deals flyer, and the prices are good through ďApril 31, 2014.Ē HmmmÖ 30 days has SeptemberÖ
I need to exercise more. Just do eeeeet!
According to my little spreadsheet, Iíve averaged 110 grams of protein per day for the last 11 days.
I wonder if ground lamb would taste good in a frittata.
Use for a shish kabob skewer. Some time ago, I absentmindedly tied a double bow/knot in my draw-string PJs. Iíve been getting a little smaller since then, and the knot had tightened (and the waist loosened) while I slept. The PJs finally got so loose that I had to hold them up when I walked, but I couldnít get the knot untied. **light bulb** A skewer, slipped in and gently moved around until the knot loosened from its center. Worked like a charm. Now I donít feel like ButtCrackGirl. Iíve always been able to get knots out of jewelry chains, so now Iíve added something to my Pretty Useless Things Iíve Learned list.
April showers may bring May flowers, but the first day of spring brought the new (cutie pie, I hope he stays) UPS guy with my meat! Eye of round, 90/10 ground beef, two beef tongues, buffalo chuck roast, bison and chicken liver, and bison and beef long marrow bones.
For your viewing pleasure:
I said to hang the laundry and bring the baby in!
The theme today may be babies, but the look on the dogís face is priceless!
May the farce be with you.
That poor dog looks like he's thinking it's all over.
Life is death. We all take turns. It's sacred to eat during our turn and be eaten when our turn is over. RichMahogany.
You know you are a good parent when your kid poops and you reach out to catch it or it poops on you and you don't spike it.
The vijay cake is great. I showed it to Hubby and he grunted something about it being cute. I should know better than to speak to him while there is a March Madness basketball game on.
I have to admit that understanding about 80% of the "joys" of parenthood eludes me.
I ended up making scrambled eggs because itís faster than frittata, but ground lamb tastes really good with eggs. (And tomato, onion, and just a little curry powder.)
Yesterday got away from me, and by the time I got done fartiní around and back home, all I did was make a very late supper and crash. So, the above sentence was my entire post.
Hopefully, these will compensate with some smiles/chuckles/giggles. When autocorrect goes wrong:
Have fun today!