I’ve seriously over-dosed on lettuce today! Is that possible? Does ones face turn green when that happens? I’m afraid to look in a mirror.
There was extra spinach in my smoothie this morning because it’s on the verge of wilting and I wanted to get rid of it. Then I used up all the already washed lettuce in the fridge, packing it into a lunch container with a few other salad type things and ate that at work this afternoon.
And when I came home from work, there was a caesar salad ready to be tossed and eaten, so guess what happened with that. W has been making meals, and I am not going to discourage him. I think I might try to get him to lighten up a little on the cocktails and wine though. He already has drinks poured before I’m in the door, and while I certainly do appreciate it, and drink them down to avoid hurting his feelings, I think there’s a few too many calories involved in this practice.
There has been some serious discussion in our family about making a pilgrimage to Greece sometime next year, and riding up a mountain on a donkey. If the donkey part of it is going to happen for me, I think shedding a few pounds is definitely necessary. I would hate for my donkey to be the only one that doesn’t complete the journey.
So, less wine, more lettuce. Some lovely Grecian donkey is going to thank me for this one fine day.
Also, on a completely different brain fart, FRESH EGGS WHEN THEY’RE BOILED ARE HARDER TO PEEL THAN EGGS THAT HAVE BEEN IN THE FRIDGE FOR A WEEK OR SO. I looked this up, and my friend Laura is right. Even though she did not grow up on a farm she knows what she’s talking about when it comes to egg boiling and peeling, unlike the person who tried to convince her the egg peeling thing was the other way around and that fresh eggs are more easily peeled. Really. Even someone like me who doesn’t care one way or the other knows that you don’t boil fresh eggs, you boil the old ones you’ve had hanging around in the fridge for so long you’re afraid they’ll go bad if you don’t do something with them very soon.
And once they’re boiled and peeled (try doing it under cold running water – that works for me) and mashed up with mayo into egg salad, you can make a sandwich and use up a bunch of old LETTUCE.
Sorry for all the shouting, but some things just beg to be emphasized.
Ooookay, this lettuce and alcohol diet could be the next big craze. I’d get into anti-oxidants and electrons and free radicals and maybe even superoxide dismutase, catalase and peroxiredoxins, but I’m sorry I’ve had entirely too much wine and can’t even pronounce that shit right now.
W is loading the dishwasher and putting the leftover lettuce and wine in the fridge for tomorrow. I feel like I’ve lost about five pounds just sitting here writing about it.
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