Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Wednesday's Wrandom Wrambling


I like melatonin.  I wasn't a fan of it before, but since reading about the different things to help with perimenopause and it was listed, I've started taking it and like the sleep I get with it.  And the night sweats have decreased, so that's good.

Speaking of herbs - Kelp capsules are also on the list of herbs for the above stated condition.  And to boot, apparently Dr Oz said that it's good for cellulite.  Bonus!  We'll see if it works.

No, there won't be any before or after pictures.

Tuffy applied for a promotion - keep your fingers crossed.

I've missed two days at the gym now.  No bueno.  Got a tri on Saturday and I need to be ready.  Guess we'll see how that pans out.  Right now, just hoping for good weather.

My soup turned out well tonight, as did the cookies.   But in hindsight, shouldn't have made the cookies.  Momma has no lack of self control when it comes to soft cookies.

The rain is depressing.  That it all I have to say about that now.

Have I mentioned how much I love Chloee's therapist?  She is awesome! Chloee loves her.  And with a wedding in a month and a move for her coming soon, she is just the person to help us facilitate it all.

I think Arnold Schwarznegger is a d-bag. 

A friend guided me to a new blog written by a nice Christian dude.  The first post I read, I left a comment correcting him that Mormon's were actually Christians.  He didn't publish it.  I left a second comment asking why he didn't publish it.    I haven't heard back.  I don't think I'll read him anymore.

Mormons are Christians if ya didn't know.  The name of our church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints.  We believe in Christ.  We worship Christ.  We are Christian.  Just to clarify.

Speaking of melatonin - it's kicking in.

Peace.out.


8 comments:

Mrs. Organic said...

I hate missing workouts, and this rain can stick it where the sun don't shine.

I think I need some cookies. :)

Amy said...

I used to like rain but not so much anymore. Too much and too cold.

Arnold is indeed a d-bag.

I don't really understand why other Christian's think we are not. Really?!? I believe in Christ and his teachings..sounds pretty Christian to me.

Garden of Egan said...

You are pretty random.
Pretty hilarious too.
Way to NOT read the guy anymore.

Melatonin for cellulite? I'm off to find an all-night health food store.

Came home to THIS???? What the heck?

Sorry about the cookie massacre....you needed to carb load for the tri didn't you?

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tammy said...

Guess I'll be buying some kelp today.

You'll have to show me that guy's blog. Curious now.

So glad you have such good help with making sure Chloee's needs are met. I know you have her best interests at heart, as does the therapist.

It rained here early evening last night and I was shocked.

Jenny P. said...

Also curious about the christian dude... though his behavior doesn't seem very Christian to me. Will never understand why Mormons worshiping Jesus Christ is such a hard thing for some people to accept.

Kelp? Really? Who'd a thought?

Suz said...

If it's John Shore, he's probably not ignoring you; most likely he's buried under a mountain of e-mails. If he doesn't doubt my brand of Christianity, he sure wouldn't question yours. In fact, I suspect he has a great deal of respect for how the Mormons practice family cohesion and community support. He is AWESOME, and I don't say that lightly; he and the others I've "met" on his blog, made me realize it's OK to be a Christian who grants God more divinity than the OT prophets. When I found his blog, I had already left the church and was turning my back on all of Christianity, even though I have always believed in Christ. There is no MORE INCLUSIVE group of Christians, non-Christians, and flat-out atheists, to be found.

carma said...

Kelp for cellulite huh? not that I have any *jotting kelp down on grocery list*