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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Got Milk? I DON'T

After spending a harrowing three hours on the computer yesterday researching food options for my allergy kid, I'm going outta my durned mind, y'all. Which is why I have no post today. Except this one, which is totally cheating because it's not really a post. It's just me ranting about why there is no post.  

So here I am, just sittin' here, all post-less like, without a post, praying I would spontaneously have a reader who is an expert on how to feed a kid with milk, egg, peanut, tree nut, berry, citrus, sesame seed, and high fructose corn syrup allergies, and wants to gift me with their knowledge.  Or a reader who is a professional chef who specializes in food allergies who wants to cook for my family pro-bono.  Either one would do - I'm not picky


*jiminy crickets*

That's what I thought.  So my solution today is to go into my Awesome Bubble.  In my Awesome Bubble there are jammies until noon, art projects with the kiddos, iced coffee and chocolate chip oatmeal, and maybe, if I'm lucky, some closet cleaning/reorganizing.  Also, I finally got Insurgent from the library (the same day as Katie!)(and I had the same issue of reading book one so long ago I forgot what was going on) so there will be some reading under cozy blankets during Ezra's nap time.  

And then I will emerge from my bubble to submerge in the pool and swim some hardcore laps and drills with Sarah.  And I will feel much better.

Tomorrow I crush the internets with my pimp investigative skillz and come up with a stellar plan to feed my kiddo crazy good food.  'Cuz while I don't "got milk", I've definitely "got soy milk" and the heart of a Navy Seal.  And we don't give up.  Hoorah!


  1. I'm having a hard time getting motivated to START the book. I finally got it from the library, but I still haven't started reading it yet!

    1. It took about two chapters to get caught back up to speed. It's okay; but today was too nice to sit inside and read, so I blew off the Insurgent plan and we went to the cider mill instead. What a gorgeous day!

  2. The Navy Seals need to adopt you. Seriously.

    1. Thanks, Steph! My secret plan for doing this blog is that one day the Navy Seals will discover it and make me their mascot. Or let me line up and carry a log with them. While wearing camo.

      One can dream, right? ;-)


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