Once at Safeway, I immediately grabbed a jar of applesauce – victory! But then we wandered through, looking for other things to add to the fare. After a while, I realized I was acting just like a kid gone to college for the first time, and out from under the tyrannical rule of Mother’s healthy eating rules. I bought so much junk food, simply because I could, with no one there to mock me about buying “juice” that is almost entirely sugar and water.
And this is the loot that came out of that trip. Tpiglette and I feasted on a fabulous meal of chicken nuggets and tater tots, drinking Sunny D Baja Fruit Punch. I am so looking forward to some fudgsicles later tonight, and maybe some Cocoa Krispies in the morning. Oh yeah, life is good.
Day 2 of SaBloBoMo: Bewitching by Jill Barnett
trashy romance novels!
The shame is overwhelming. Actually, no, wait, it’s not. Yeah, I read trashy romance novels, but you know what? I’ve also read some fabulous works of literature, so I deserve a little mindless entertainment. This book is my favorite romance novel of all time, and I’ve read and re-read it countless times. Every time I read it, it still makes me laugh out loud, as well as cry. Such a great story, with memorable characters and wonderful one-liners.Joy is a Scottish witch who also happens to be a bit of a klutz, but she finds wonder and, well, joy in the smallest things in life. She meets Alec, a cold and unfeeling duke, and tries to change his life for the better. Mostly, though, she just creates chaos, which he does not appreciate, in spite of his coming to realize that his life was actually pretty worthless before she came along. It’s a beautiful story, and if these kinds of books sound at all interesting to you, I highly recommend it.