Daily Digestion 9.26.6

Two Red Apples, a Container of Lunchmeat, One Banana Popsicle, and a Coke Zero.

Needless to say, it was a rough night. I found debris everywhere this morning. I also slept a little late and couldn’t deal with the aftermath. Starting off my day with 325 + calories under my belt is not my idea of fun, but I have a theory… I’ve always believed my NSRED was hormone related. It really set in when I was in my early teens, a moody angst-filled hormonal time. This weekend I didn’t get the chance to pick up my birth control from the pharmacy, but my good friend, Korbie, picked it up for me and left it on my kitchen counter. I had to take two pills last night in order to make up for my missed day and prevent any fruit developing in my loins. Pretty sure the weed killer set off my NSRED like burning. However, I’m not willing to test this theory. A screaming, obnoxious baby probably would hinder my sleep even more and cause me gain lots of whale blubber. I’m beginning to think the only approach is to keep no food in my house.

History Lessons by My Uncle Dennis

Categories: college | No Comments

My history professor is a pure delight. I knew I would like him when he started the first class with a spit bottle in his hand for the wad of dip in his mouth. He’s a good old boy through and through. Last year, he was in Iraq serving our country. Every class he recounts interesting events from his tour of duty, supplementing them with stories about country bumpkins. He has an amazing ability to mix words of the earth, like turd kicker, with those that would appear on a GRE test. This week I learned three new words: loquacious, gaggle, and abscind. Now, you may know these words but keep in mind that I attended a Math and Science high school and was not required to take tradition English courses.

- adjective
1. talking or tending to talk much or freely; talkative; chattering; babbling; garrulous: a loquacious dinner guest.
2. characterized by excessive talk; wordy: easily the most loquacious play of the season

–verb (used without object)
1. to cackle.
2. a flock of geese when not flying. Compare skein.
3. an often noisy or disorderly group or gathering: a politician followed by a gaggle of supporters.
4. an assortment of related things.

Abscind –verb (used with object)
to sever

Lunchtime Photo Adventures

Categories: Photography | No Comments

purple flowers

Daily Digestion 9.25.6

Red Apple.

You’d think I’d stop buying them. It’s to convenient too grab a 5 lb bag and use them as snack food for school.

Breaking Bread with the Hefleys at Panera

Categories: Photography | No Comments

9.23 054

Daily Digestion 9.24.6

Healthy Choice Meal.

And it was fully cooked. It scares me that she’s starting to use the microwave again.

Wow, I’m In Love

Categories: Photography | No Comments

For over a year I’ve been telling people that I was going to buy a Nikon D70. In a way, I’ve felt like this was a pipedream that I was pretending it would become reality, just like junior high girls say, “I’m going to California after I get out of high school and become a pop singer like Britney Spears.” Finances held me back from making my pop princess dream a reality. I wanted a laptop and a camera. I couldn’t figure out which one to buy as one really begets the other. Then Chris, the sweetest boyfriend on the entire planet, gave me a laptop for my birthday. Time to cover my scantily clad body with glitter and strap on a headset…

D70s 9.23 027

Daily Digestion 9.22.6

Red Apple and Banana.

Daily Digestion 9.21.6

Banana, a few Grapes, and maybe some Cottage Cheese.

When I first woke up this morning, I thought I had a relatively successful night. I could tell by my gross morning breath that I ate something. I vaguely remembered consuming a few grapes. However, I was on the look out because the taste in my mouth suggestions something else. (The fact that I know this is absolutely disgusting.) There it was. A banana peel in my trash can by the bed. I knew I had two on the kitchen counter when I went to sleep, and now there is only one.

There’s a good chance I ate something else, which I believe would have been cottage cheese. I only know this because I found a spoon by the refrigerator, and it appears to have a dairy residue. However, my house is a total mess so it’s possibly just leftover from dinner.

Daily Digestion 9.20.6

One Red Apple, One Banana.

I know this doesn’t seem like a big deal. She’s eating fruit, right? And fruit is good for you. Well, when you’re trying to lose the extra 10 lbs you’ve gained from drinking to much wine with your new boyfriend, you want to enjoy your precious calories. There is no enjoyment in finding banana peels and not remember the pleasure of the banana consumption.