Monday, November 26, 2007

Snow-it SNOWED

Well, really it sort of frosted the grass. Apparently in Oklahoma it doesn't actually have to freeze to snow and have said snow stick. But, white stuff was on the ground, and being most recently from Texas, that means Snow Day. Since I am working from the house these days, a Snow Day is pretty much like any other, only with a more laid back feel.

My energy level is somewhat higher than my earlier comatose state, but not quite in a panic stricken "what am I doing with my life" state. I am tempted to practice careful avoidance of any issues for the entire day in order to maintain said state.

This wish is countered by my current Back 2 Basics protien fast-I'm on day 2. It's supposed to cleanse my mind and my body, although not as well as if I had also done the colon cleanse portion. I opted to increase vegetable juices, but not take anything that would encourage, uh, cleansing.

Of the four or five that embarked on this cleansing journey, I think I am the only one who hasn't eaten something yet. But I've got a fridge full of veggie juice and by golly, I am going to cleanse!

Come to think of it, I may not be relaxed, I may just be in a state of semi starvation.

Nothing really enlightening has popped into my mind, but it's early in the process. The only thing of note was that I took a mighty dump so big that I had to ask myself "where did all of that come from?" but there was no cosmic answer to the large mass in the toilet bowl.

I think I'll go soak my feet in some mustard powder to detox my pores while I retox them by sipping on some coffee.


Switchsky said...

few things in life as enlightening as a mighty dump. BRAVO!

Debra Kay said...

Yes, it's the simple pleasures that mean the most.

Forever Young said...

hhhhhhhaaaaahhhhhaaaa, never thought i'd enjoy reading about a fiend's bowel movements. but i just did!

Debra Kay said...

Well, if I did nothing else yesterday, I had a resounding BM. Even writing that is pathetic-I'm really digging deep for the silver lining these days.