Well shit, I should have a pity party more often if it leads to *that many* blog comments! Hot DAY-YAM, y’all! Thank you thank you thank you for being so sweet and trying to talk me off the ledge yesterday.
I’m feeling MUCH better today and was even able to shoe-horn myself back into my fat jeans just in time for Mini-Me’s Fund Run at school. Remind me to wear a jog bra next year. I had no idea they were going to do a “Family Lap!” Holy hell. I hope I didn’t frighten any of those sweet children with my “ow-ow-ow-ow”-ing. I saw a couple of kids in front of me keep looking up into the sky to see if there was a helicopter nearby, but unfortunately for them, that wop-wop-wop-wop sound was just my 34-Longs slapping against my belt. Sorry kids.
So, back in the saddle then. I’m busting my hump today trying to make a big dent in my outdated and ill-fitting wardrobe while I’m still all fired up about it. I figure that’s probably better than crawling under the covers and eating my weight in cheese. Come back tomorrow and I’ll show you pictures of my closet! (Hopefully)
Until then, a parting gift for you:
I had so much fun playing dress-up (i.e., sticking my hairy face into picture cut-outs) on the Trick or Treat for UNICEF website that I just had to share! They have a variety of costumes you can “try on.” Some are free, and others require a $5 or $10 donation. Totally worth it. For just $5 UNICEF can provide enough vaccines to immunize 18 children against measles! Unless, of course, you’d rather drink another Organic Whole Milk 3 Pump Vanilla 2 Pump Cinnamon Dolce Iced Frappuccino than save 18 children’s lives. (Bitch.)
Back into the closet I go. (Shut up, Angela.)
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