I stink at sneezing. No really. I grew up plugging my nose while sneezing, and then sniffing up the snot that found its way down and plugged. I got teased about this from my friends, and I always said, I just don't know any other way! I married Clayton and I don't even remember how or when or why but I believe he somehow taught me the method of sneezing without plugging your nose. That it is much easier and logical. I have since adopted this method, but I still often get little snots coming OUT of my nose...and sometimes at the most inopportune times! It's a lifelong learning process for me I suppose. Clay is currently trying to teach me the method of sneezing into your inner elbow (you know, the thing we teach toddlers) and somehow I keep forgetting about it. Too many rules with sneezing.
I have been making my own yogurt, and because I'm too lazy...I put a handful of raw oats in, and a sliced peach, and berries. It's so yummy and filling. And I also drink a juice with it (full of veggies). I don't know. I just feel so accomplished in my life when I have a good breakfast. I mean, really really accomplished.
The fruit flies are slowly slowly dying. Slower than I wish. I wish so badly that I could throw a grenade into my kitchen and have them just all explode. But you know...that wouldn't quite work.
I very much like the new ios7 on my iphone.
I am already making plans for new years resolutions. Isn't that just so much like me? I can't handle living in the present. I just always want what is next. I should work on that, and I actually have been. And I do believe I'm growing...but you know, it's just kinda hard to break habits of the mind.
I have started listening to the Les Mis soundtrack again while I get ready, while I cook, while I clean, while I juice. It's so marvelous! I mean I really get teary eyed and chills during different moments. It's just the most brilliant story ever told I think. It makes me want to give a go at reading it again...but it feels daunting. I dunno.
I mentioned I have been making my own yogurt. Well, I started making it with Reeds Dairy, which is a local dairy farm. Once a week I get non-homogenized whole milk. It comes in a glass milk jug which is kind of awesome because I am saving them for local raw honey that I get. After I have enough jugs for honey I will start sending them back to the dairy farm to recycle. Anyhow, this non-homogenized whole milk makes the creamiest yogurt! And I have been eating it every day and have not gotten heart burn from it (it started happening when I was eating other yogurt), so I'm pretty excited about that. And the milk gets delivered within 24 hours of milking it from the cow! Isn't that great? Now I just need to stop being lazy and make homemade granola so that Clay will eat the yogurt- that's his favorite.
Isn't my life exciting?