I still feel relaxed from yesterday...odd. I mean it is strange for me to feel relaxed at all, let alone for it to carry over into a second day. I shared a photo of my lunch from yesterday, but I neglected to tell you about my breakfast. We stopped to grab a bite on our way to spa-ville, and I had an eggshell in my potatoes, as well as a hair. I can let one incident slide (oh, unless it is a moth), but two strikes need to be pointed out. They were really good potatoes too. We already had a coupon for one free meal, so it was more of a just thought you should know sort of thing. We still got our one free meal, as well as half off the other. You would think that from now on I would scan my plate closely BEFORE digging in.
Speaking of food, I am familiar with the Mardi Gras King cake tradition, but is this any way to treat royalty? Oh, and I guess this bakery doesn't bake that adorable doll in ahead of time, so somebody gets to cram that into the cake? Or is it just taped there to represent exactly what the baby you might bite into looks like? In other words, if you pull a tiny doll out of your mouth that doesn't look like that, tough luck-keep eating.
Here is a thought from Fozzie on facials... Canned pumpkin does not achieve the same results as the blueberry facials his ladies give him, but it is delicious.
I did not purchase this product...That is not anything I equate smoothness with.
We saw The Muppets on Saturday afternoon. My daughter has had the song "Am I a Muppet or a Man" stuck in her head pretty much ever since. I told her to pull up the video and listen to the whole song again to see if that would make it go away. Of course, I had to watch too...and now I have had the song stuck in my head ever since as well. Mainly just the same "question" over, and over...and over again! Can I just tell you how much I love the cheap theater we have nearby? Thanks. Four movie tickets, large reusuable Muppet bucket full of popcorn...grand total of $13.50
I know you are all out looking for mismatched velour ensembles, and as promised, here is the girls' portion of the dress code letter to parents...
Girls should wear a dressy dress, either long or short. Students are not allowed to wear tube tops, garments that are completely backless or below the bra line, see-through clothing, dresses that are to be worn braless, tops that are too low cut in the front, and any clothing that exposes any of the midriff or the belly button. Skirt length should be the same that is appropriate for school. Strapless dresses and spaghetti straps are allowed
Just a couple of quick notes here. First of all, nothing does say dressy like a tube top (and they coordinate well with velour suits). Second, are strapless and spaghetti strap dresses meant to be worn with bras?
Things are going super swell in pedometer land, as I am sure you can tell from this photo of me eating an ice cream cone, while checking to see if my walking in place in our family room had yielded 7,000 steps yet. Oh, you can't see it? Yes, that is because I just accidentally deleted it. Have no fear though, as I am not proud to say that it was not an isolated incident.