a truly random post about food, drugs, and various interpretations


I'm eating an oreo shake for lunch today. Don't judge. I'm sure you'd do it too. I'm in need of some sort of indulgence after being stuck in a house all week with sick kids in a strange town. At least that's my excuse. So, oreo shake it is....and (guilt) maybe an apple.

At least it isn't what our friend Shuemei is eating in China:

In case you can't read the small print the first one's interpretation is, "Self restraint kind of sausage" and the second is, "Chicken juice does a bean curd."

Hah hah hah hah! Makes me laugh every time!

The PA at the clinic that I took Mae to on Tuesday gave me a prescription for Tamiflu so that I won't be joining my chickies in the world of sick. So far it is working awesome, but I keep wanting to call it Teamocil.


And I've been doing my hair differently lately. Which translates to: Not doing it at all.

What you can't see here is that my roots are atrocious, but i totally don't know what to do about it. Three dye jobs in a row for the red have really damaged it. I'm thinking of just letting the color be free and see what happens. Yeah, we'll see how long that lasts.

Plus my face is crooked. Awesome.



banananutmeg said...

we're still in the trenches.
where is that shake from?
I need one.

Sally said...

Your eyes are gorgeous! Miss you.

Alisha said...

i miss that beautiful face.

Spring said...

The shake sounds perfect! I totally would have done it. I'm totally not seeing the crookedness in your face. Isn't it funny how when we see pictures of ourselves we see imperfections that nobody else sees? Like one of my eyes is bigger than the other, holy crap my nose is big, and one of my front teeth is longer than the other. And somehow I seem to be the only one that sees that. Sure love that face of yours, though!

Brittany said...

I want a shake right now. And Teamocil makes me laugh so hard! It does have a lot of side affects. You may want to read up on it before giving it to her.

P.S. I love that you moved to Arkansas too. We use to drive there from Missouri to go to Walmart. Biggest one I had ever been in. The Amish were pretty cool too.

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