Making lists is an awfully wonderful thing to do. It’s awful because you now have ideas down in black and white forcing you to potentially take action. It’s wonderful precisely because those thoughts are down in black and white and now there is no way your scatterbrained self can forget them. Unless you lose the paper they’re written on. Which is why blogs rock. If I “lose” my computer, I have far worse issues to contend with…
All of this rattling on about nothing is leading to something.
I’ve been thinking about some other neat things that we like and/or use around here. I thought I’d share. I’m friendly like that.
- In an effort to cancel out the
delightfulharmful effects of my daily devil dog consumption, Sweetman has gotten me hooked on having a cup of piping hot decaf green tea with him each night before bed. He figures it will at least balance out some of the “harm” done. (He has NO room to judge – he with his Suzy Q’s sitting dangerously close to my Devil Dog!) I’ve become quite a fan of Allegro Organic Decaf Green Tea. Thank you Sweetman for keeping me somewhathealthy!
- Wild Olive Tees. If you’ve never been over to their site, run! It’s got the cutest t-shirts for women and children. Each shirt has a graphic on the front and a Bible Verse on the back. We bought a “mini” one for Sweetgirl last year and that poor t-shirt needs to be retired in a big way. But Sweetgirl is gonna fight that all the way to the donation bag. Here’s a pic of the back of hers:
- I can’t do curry. Seriously. I puke. Involuntarily. I’m sorry, TMI, I know. (Which really is a double shame, because Sweetman’s best friend is Punjabi. I wasn’t able to be anywhere within a two-mile radius of his wedding festivities throughout most of the wedding party weekend. Poor Sweetman had to literally change his clothes before entering the hotel room each night so as not to prompt The Puking.) So, why am I mentioning that? I hesitate to display the range of my ignorance, but here goes… I foolishly thought that Taboule had curry in it. Therefore, I’ve never attempted to try it. Unbeknownst to me, while at a little housewarming party last month, I tried a dip that had Taboule in it. And it was delicious!!! So, I’ve fallen a tad bit in love with the stuff. I think I’ve had it with some pita chips for lunch once or twelve times this month. Cedar’s Taboule is my favorite this minute. But if you have a brand that you love and would like to share, please do! And, that’s a wrap. It’s a gorgeous day here, so I’m off to play. Enjoy!