We refer to this particular pose as Guy's "people sit".
Usually I have some idea what I am going to post about. today is not one of those days. One thing that has been on my mind still is Hurricane Sandy. I am truly blessed and delighted to see my east coast friends recovering so well, but still, THIS POST has a slew of places to donate and make a difference.
I'm finally getting my questions together to send over to D.S. and Durga. that will be a post you do not want to miss out on. Anyone who's anyone is totally going to be reading it.
I have a gross and hideous admission; I am totally bloated for the first time ever. I mean, I thought I'd been bloated before. but... just, no. I think it has to do with visiting the gastroenterologist. One of the two treatments he suggested totally threw my body off and, I kid you not, I look like a milder case of those starving children you see on commercials with distended bellies from starvation. Except I'm not starving. Speaking of those children, does anyone have a good charity they would recommend donating to for children in need? I cannot do anything that requires more than a one time donation right now because the income up in this piece is sporadic, but I'd love to do something.
And as pertains to my personal disfiguring emergency at hand, WHAT CAN I DO?! I'm so stressed out. I'm embarrassed to go to Xtend Barre, but I have because my CFS has been gracious to me the past two days. Seriously, y'all. HELP! SOS!!!
That's about all I've got for now. It's dreary in Paris today as the winter and the pollution from the inversion sets into the Salt Lake Valley. What do you do in the winter to keep your spirits up? I could really use some tips because I get all S.A.D.D. and then just plain sad.
While the idea of curling up in this:
And drooling over this:
Does have its appeal, I don't know that I can keep it up until May.
Now excuse me while I go swoon over more photos of my Roger.