I'm an ooooold beeotch now. I just turned 29. I don't know though. 29 seems like a good age. Maybe it's just because I'm thinking about that Oil of Olay commercial where the lady lies about her age and says that she's 29. So...29 is a good age right? We had a nice day. Joey played hooky from school. Hopefully, Spencer Hinkle and Mr. Garrison don't read my blog. Yes, he has an instructor named Mr. Garrison, but he doesn't have a weird puppet or believe in a Christmas poo. (I'm making South Park references if you don't understand me, Mom.) Anyway, we went out for pizza and we traipsed around downtown for a bit. Joey showed me all of the random places where he used to live, like the Joyce Hotel and the Kent Hotel. I think you might be able to pay by the hour to use rooms there.
My favorite gift was this:
It's called Prescription for Nutritional Healing, by Phyllis A. Balch, CNC. It's really good and I love it, I love, I love it! I la-la-la-la-love it! Joey bought it for me.
Alright, so that's all I have to say about my birthday.
Also, I'm not taking the bar exam. I don't want to be a lawyer!!! Let it sit a while before you confront me about it.
The other day, Tania watched Lu while I cooked. She took pictures of her, and the progression of her moods is pretty funny:
At that last point, the only remedy was Mama.
Lu likes to play the guitar with Daddy. Actually, she seems to be more of a drummer than a guitar player, but the point is that she's into making music, sort of.
She's also a ham. Every time I try to get cool real-life action shots, she turns to the camera and gives a big two-toothed grin.
And, Miss Fashion...well, Miss Fashion has just been up to the same old, same old.
She got a new Groovy Girl today, so she's all thrilled. The weather is still nice, so we're off to the park soon.
Oh...tonight I'm making whole grain bread and sweet squash corn muffins. I'm going to try to make our bread, so we have fresh quality bread for less money than the non-fresh kind. And the muffins are so that Joey has something easy to take with him to work or school. I got the recipes from Feeding the Whole Family, by Cynthia Lair. She has a ton of good recipes that I'm excited to try. Tonight we're eating her Asian Noodle Salad. Yeehaw.