I would like to say I have been too busy to post, but no.  I’ve been lazy and lacking in typable thoughts.  Normally on those days I revert back to what my Xanga was originally for; a chronicle of my days.  But I really haven’t been doing much each day either!

Going to the car dealer each and every day to sign paperwork has been the most exciting thing of the week. 🙂 Okay, not really each and every day.  Yesterday and then again today.  There were some oopses on the papers so they had to be redone.  My kick-ass daughter is doing well driving her new stick shift car.  She was born to drive.

I tried some hunza bread  that my sister made.  My daughter and I both liked it.  We’ll be making a batch ourselves.  Perfect to grab instead of a cereal bar, which is what I usually do when I need food in my stomach and I’m in a hurry.  Speaking of Stomachs!  So, I went on prilosec a month ago, and I am AMAZED at how much better I’m feeling!  I’m switching to nexium for insurance purposes, and my doctor told me Nexium is stronger so hopefully my little bad spot will heal all up.  I still can’t let my stomach get empty or I will oh so be sick the next couple of days, but now when I do eat, I feel good.  Yay for good drugs that actually work!


~edit – normally I would answer a question on the askers Xanga, but it seems like it might be a good idea to do it here.  Hunza bread is a nutrient rich bread that was a diet fad a few years ago.  My sister ran across it the other day and so made a batch.  I can’t testify to it’s benefits as a diet food, but it’s very filling and I think will work really well as a nutritious snack or even a meal replacement on certain days. 

Also – 10 points to the house that knows where the quote is from.

Comments on: "“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light”" (0)

  1. Yay indeed for good medication. Think everyone I know on Xanga is suffering from a lack of motivation to write. Must be something in the air. I love that quote at the beginning of your blog.

  2. so what’d they say was the problem with your stomach? and what’s hunza bread?

  3. ^Ha, I was about to ask the same question (about the bread). And about your post on my xanga — I welcome friendly intrusions! lolAnd Carpus is right about that quote .. it’s a good one.

  4. I think it’s from Harry Potter?

  5. harry potter!

  6. Great news about the tummy. Better living through chemistry!

  7. So will you post your Hunza bread recipe?Sometimes I miss driving a sporty little thing with a stick. It’s been years since I’ve had a stick shift. Really glad your stomach is better with the medicine. When will you be done with your teeth?

  8. Make sure you are taking calciium with vit d and c with that nexium.  It causes osteopenia over the long run.  I am on protonix (same sorta).  In between if your stomach gives you pain, take gaviscon.  The first few times you’ll hate it but after that it will be indispensable.  I love it, it works so very well and lasts.

  9. Guess I don’t get the bonus points! (maybe if it were on Jeopardy)  Stick shifts are great – but the mama car doesn’t have one.  Oh well.  Will you be posting the recipe?  Have a great weekend!!!

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