Somebody told me that March 28th is Spring Cleaning Day. I’m just going to pretend I don’t know that. A thorough cleaning of the entire house from top to bottom, letting in fresh air and sunshine and sweeping out all that winter dust – just thinking about it exhausts me. Besides, the weather here is not co-operating, really. Thank you weather. It’s overcast and a bit foggy and only plus one, and not nearly windy enough to blow the cobwebs away. So I’ll just add spring cleaning to my long list of things to put off indefinitely. Or at least until the snow is gone and the dandelions arrive. Although indefinitely is preferable in this case.
A few days ago I got a copy of Canadian Health and Lifestyle magazine in my mailbox. I’m sure somewhere there was an explanation as to why, but if I saw it I don’t remember what it said. What a depressing bunch of articles. Now I’m sure I have early dementia, diabetes, parkinson’s disease, respiratory problems, and all kinds of lethal deficiencies from not eating enough vegetables. And I’m almost convinced that I have been completely brainwashed when it comes to carbs. Plus, my electronic devices are zapping the life out of me. And as if all that’s not enough to make you suicidal, they sneak in the suggestion that we should all be eating delightful delicious dandelions. That’s where they lost me completely.
There’s the link, in case you think I made that up, and in case there’s a remote possibility that you might feel like whipping up some Dandelion Syrup to go with your buckwheat pancakes. Or whatever kind of pancakes don’t give you dementia.
I’m going to get back to re-reading the Hunger Games trilogy – it’s way more cheery.