It’s Open Post time where we share what’s on our minds. Ready?
Taking a look at that shot for the first time AFTER we hit ‘publish”, maybe I should start calling this The Weekly Post Where People Ask If I’m Pregnant And I Say No, That’s Just How My Stomach Looks.
But it may really be time to buy some control underwear. In my head, I looked totally different. Anyway. I have a tummy.
I’ve been thinking about technology a lot this week. I’ve been doing a lot of updating of software, syncing and all that stuff that does your head in in that very particular way only technology can. Hold me.
At one point, my 3 year old found an Apple sticker in one of my old computer boxes and stuck it on the front of his cubby house. “I have an Apple Store” he told his grandmother when she came to visit. “Oh Remy, that’s lovely!” she exclaimed. “Can I buy some apples for my afternoon tea?” Blink blink. “No Nanna, don’t be silly, this store is to fix computers. Is your computer broken?” Ah. THAT kind of Apple store.
Hmm. Someone’s mother may or may not have been spending too long in the Apple store with a small child in tow.
From computers to ACTUAL fruit, I’ve switched from eating cereal for breakfast to smoothies. Something about the warmer weather, boredom with the same ol’ same ol’ every morning and a genuine desire to eat less processed food and more nutrients. And a Vitamix (super blender thingy) I received for my birthday which intimidated me at first but I’m slowly but surely bonding with.
So now that my sister-in-law is a health coach and one of my good friends is a born-again health evangelist, the idea of kale as something you eat rather than something you see in a fishtank has penetrated my consciousness. And, it turns out, my fridge.