There’s new Zaza Bags up so go check them out. Wow, it’s a really nice batch this time. It’s only the wee hours of the morning but the bidding has already started. I even made a bag to go into the batch and I’m quite nervous about it. I wore it into the grocery store yesterday and I must say that it felt pretty good on. So put your bidding shoes on and walk on over to Bags for Zaza. After you read my blog of course. I’ll remind you at the end of my post 🙂
So, day 7 of not eating anything. I think yesterday was the hardest. I ran out of maple syrup and I had to go ALL OVER to find proper grade B maple syrup. Then after flying all over the place I landed at Super Store to get a big bag of lemons and they had every other stinking fruit and veggie known to man but the place where the lemons sit was empty. I kinda swore a little when the dude told me they were all out and then I angrily marched out of that hell hole (I hate Super Store). I flipped out a little and finally on my way BACK into town to go to Jennies to get her my bag I regained my composure and came up with a plan. I don’t have enough maple syrup to last me all through until the end of Thursday so I’ll begin on drinking the orange juice on Thursday morning. I said I’d do the cleanse until my tongue turned pink but it never really turned white. I’m too cheap to buy a whole container of expensive syrup for one day so this way I’ll get back into solid food the way you’re supposed to. I was going to cop out and not do the entire day of orange juice, going straight into the broth. The idea of orange juice makes me feel ill. I just want something salty…not sweet!! Oh well. I can’t believe I’m actually doing this to myself. But I’m getting OH SO SKINNY CLEAN. One really annoying this about this cleanse is that EVERYONE has bad breath to me. Because I have no foods in my system, I can smell everyone else’s. It’s gross.
So, um, why do they have to put candy in the check out aisle?? Now that Silas knows what a Smartie is, and since I once let him grab a box of them while we were waiting…he now feels entitled to them. Yes, I’m the one dragging the screaming child out of the store. That’s me…wave next time.
It’s so funny, the feelings that arise when all eyes are on you as you make your way out the store. You can always tell the difference between the eyes on you. Some of them are soft and understanding, those people have kids. The ones that are harsh and judgmental, those are future parents that just don’t freaking get it yet. They’ll get their turn…muhahaha. I once yelled “don’t judge me” at a lady who made a very loud noise in the direction of my screaming Silas. Cow.
Saturday I was feelin fine about my new slimmer physique and I wasn’t feeling fine about all my stretched out-too big bras so I took my family to La Vie en Rose for a little shop. It’s funny to bring you husband to a place like that…he hid in the mens section. Anyway Silas, being his usual friendly self, was saying hello to everyone in the store. Most people say hi back, others ignore him. This one man looked at him and said “bye”. Silas, not knowing this man was being rude, said hi back and the man kept saying “bye” and waving to him. They went back and forth a few times before I could get my hands on Silas to drag him away from the old grump. The man got a nasty glare from me. Get over yourself old man!
The boys were very cute this morning playing together. They were attempting ring around the rosie but Ikey gets excited and drops to his bum before the song is over. Silas, insisting that the song must be completed, drags Isaac around and then falls on top of him in the end. It’s pretty cute to see them take each other’s hands and try and play together.