boycottPosted: April 15, 2011
…Is what you think I’m doing to my blog, but this isn’t the case. I’ve actually been so busy, that now I’m boycotting all the things that made me that busy – even if that means they’re now complete. I know they still want me, but they can’t have me.
Studying for the ‘Food Handlers’ course so I can work in the food industry in Ontario.
Writing the ‘Food Handlers’ test….47 out of 50, I think so!
Babysitting the niece and nephew.
Ok, I don’t boycott the niece and nephew, because how could you boycott these two cuties who love you more than their uncle. Oh yes, I went there.
Cute story. I babysat my niece and nephew yesterday and later that night after I had left, my niece, Ella, was asking how to draw the letter ‘C’ for Aunt Charmaine. What a doll.
I also boycott the amount of times I’ve sneezed today because that normally doesn’t mean good news for me. My max sneeze a day might be one…and I really mean ‘might.’ I blame the lack of sleep for all the sneezing. So yes, I also boycott lack of sleep.
Make that ‘amount of times I’ve sneezed today’ + one more. AHH!
I (wanna) boycott chem, but let’s be honest…I just need to get it done.
And then there’s the things I can’t boycott:
The smoothie I so badly want (without the preparation).
Make that two smoothies.
My blog…because I like it :).
Getting gas for the jeep, while the prices rise into the ‘give you a heart attack’ zone.
Charging my phone, because the thing dies too quickly. I wish I could prove a point by not charging it, but how quickly that one backfires. Damn, technology.
Brown mustard seeds – which is what my recipe asked for last night, but instead, I bought yellow. Needless to say, I broke down and dinner was not successful or made at all for that matter. But I want that recipe for dinner tonight and I want it with the right ingredients. Let’s just say that the yellow mustard seeds can kiss my…
And last, what happened to my face. I offer anyone with suggestions to step forward. When I was washing my face last night, I noticed that around my chin and jawline, my skin feels bumpy (in a smooth way, if you can understand that) and tight (like it’s dry). I don’t know what caused this and how to get rid of it, which is why I can’t boycott this crap. Is it from eating something new? Something old? I don’t think it can be from any face products because nothing has changed there.
I think it’s time to soak up the feeling of not rushing. Feel free to do the same this weekend! 🙂
Since it’s the weekend, anything you are going to boycott for it?