Would you like a Jammy Scone? That's strawberry jam in the middle, ya know. And I didn't sift like the recipe told me to, nor did I use the same kind of flour that was called for. And you know what? That's what full on bakers do. Yep. They bend the rules.
Do you like to be fully eco-conscious? Do you like the idea of saving the world and making earth a better place for your kids? Ya. Niether do I. It's a major pain in the ass. Still: gotta do what I gotta do. So, that's my vinegar/orange/lemon cleaning brew marinating on my windowsill. I didn't get the idea myself, my bloggy friends helped me! Yep, people just like you. (I kinda ran out of vinegar in the process. That's why it's half full, IF YOU MUST KNOW.)
Know what? Sometimes when I'm cruising the blogosphere, I find blogs with women who really are so amazingly hip. Very fashionable. Really clean. I mean, no dirt under the toenails. And I go: WOW, man.
They are so stylish and stuff, I love those blogs. It's way inspiring.
Oh, if you could see my now with my linty, dirty leggings that are hand-me downs from my neighbor. My thrifted Old Navy t-shirt dress with a butter stain on the boob (I made cookies and dropped the butter on my shirt.)
My hair. Ew. Anyone have a brush? Is that mild dandruff???? Nope. It's moderate. Oh well.
Don't even talk to me about my toenails.
But I'm living it people. I did make that skirt I talked about yesterday for one of my daughters ( I'll show you later when I make one for the other daughter.) It was so easy, even a baby caveman could do it. But still: I did it.
I did make those scones I talked about yesterday.
I did not clean the coop. But I tended garden for an hour or three.
& I prepped dinner for The Brad so all he has to do is put stuff in the oven while I blog. Now that is talent.
I'm not at all fashionable.
I'm more than a little dirty.
I think I'm actually greasy at this moment.
Not famous, hella rich, or even working towards it.
I do the things a baby caveman could do.
But I'm happy, people.