Wednesday. 6.9.10 6:35 pm
So, I gave my slower dog, Sophie (the one who stood in a sprinkler's path hoping it would just leave her alone) a bath. She was pretty cool about it, as usual. Afterward she shook off in the tub and everything, let me use the blow dryer on her, et cetera. But dogs with longish hair don't dry off very quickly, so I put her collar back on and took her out to my car. I drove us around for about forty-five minutes, since I love to drive and she loves to ride. Every once in a while she would stop panting and just look up at me like, "THIS IS AWESOME."
Adventure dog is go!
By the time we pulled back into the driveway, she was dry and I felt refreshed.
Otherwise hmm what has been good?
another pp but this is probably the last one!
Monday. 6.7.10 12:34 am
Friday. 6.4.10 1:29 am
"That's REAL cat urine!"
Tuesday. 6.1.10 2:48 pm
One Thing That Bothers Me:
Fancy vegan recipes. There are all these cooking websites where the rest of the cooking will be very tasty, but then the minute we hit the vegan stuff, it turns into retch-inducing kale recipes.
A commercial for Weight Watchers just said it: NO ONE SHOULD EVER HAVE TO GIVE UP PIZZA. But here I am, looking at balsamic asparagus whatevers.
Thank goodness for the sites that teach you how to take home cooking into the vegan circle. I have one surefire site that teaches you how to make brownies, mac n' cheese, and cherry scones.
Two Things That I Like:
1) This black dress I bought on sale. It is 100% cotton, machine wash and tumble dry low (the most basic washing instructions), and useful for both daytime and nighttime events based on how I accessorize. It also has POCKETS. Good grief YAY. I can't understand the point of even buying a dress I 1) have to dry clean, and 2) can't carry money a phone in (the brapocket does not count).
2) Dog Whisperer. It's calming just watching someone controlling his own life and his own situations. I've been submerged in the lives of many people who are unable to do that for themselves, and consequentially I've been stressed even though my own life is under control. So watching someone else able to control it all...that's nice. That's a relief.
Three Things That I Love:
1) Cooking. Even though most big non-specialty cooking websites have terrible vegan recipes, I am LUCKILY not yet a vegan, so the cooking is good and plentiful. I especially love the chicken cacciatore recipe I made last year, so that's going to have to happen again, soon. Even though my mother does not like it that much.
2) Hiking. I am so excited to hit the trails, this year. So far I've been planning some small stuff to the more local mountains, and then this summer my mom wants to take a trip with me, wherever I want.
BIG MOUNTAINS, says I.
3) The friends who tend to stick around.
There are some that come and go, you know? But I've figured out that, after a while, I let them just keep going. The good ones very rarely walk away (and if they do, it doesn't ever happen twice).
I think the most basic ideas of friendship are the best. A lack of conditions. Support in lieu of judgement. Always being around. Sounds corny, but if you live by those, you're likely to have friends.
If I were to randomly quote lines from commercials, they would realize how bad the spots really are.
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