Blogger is being very snotty this morning. I suspect it needs chocolate.
I wish I knew why David Blaine being in a tank of water warranted all that time on the news. Not like there’s anything important to report on or anything. I could see if we were at war or had an energy crisis or some weird bird flu was looming. But as none of those things are happening, I suppose it’s great that we spend all that time on just how pruny David Blaine’s hands were when they pulled him out of the tank.
Oh see, apparently blogger isn’t the only snotty one today. And I always need chocolate.
Oh! And another thing- tazo is no longer making decaf chai tea! What is up with that? People, I drink like six cups a day. Six cups of caffeinated tea does not make for a pleasant Lauren experience. Cause, well, you may have noticed but I’m already sort of hyper as it is. All that caffeine would prompt my husband to start hiding the tea, or start doping me up secretly.
So my husband came home yesterday with four boxes of it. He’s been looking in every Starbucks he comes across and they’ve all been out. But yesterday he hit the jackpot. He’s a keeper.
I watched this documentary last night with Jamie Oliver (used to do the Naked Chef show on Food TV) and he’s going around Britain trying to make the food served to children in schools more healthy. He’s a good guy on top of being so cute I want to adopt him. It’s shocking that the schools are supposed to feed children on 37 p a day (65 cents) and we’re not much better. I will say that while I pack lunch for my oldest most days, this year his school has really revamped their menu to include more whole grains and fresh fruit and veggies. It’s hard to get your kids to eat better, some days the struggle exhausts me and I give in (I told you, mother of the year, people).
This is a whole lot of stuff about nothing. And now I need to sign off for a while.