Friday, September 28, 2007

Remember Freekah?

I finally posted about freekah (the grain dish I served Kuv when she came to visit), on LAist. Take a look!

I'm PMS'ing in a kinda unusual way. Well first of all, it's odd that I'm PMSing at all, since that doesn't happen usually; the acupunture seems to be working thank goodness. Last time, my mood didn't really change all that much, but I was in a lot of pain. This time around, I am blue as the ocean. Not about anything in particular, although it certainly serves as a good base to think about sad things in my life. Poor Bren -- he seems a little taken aback by the depths of the blue, and the way I can spike from blue to cuddly back to blue again. :) Hopefully it'll be over soon. Until then, I am going to drown myself in something naughty and chocolatey.



Patte said...

Being sad can be therapeutic. Sometimes we need to consider serious things & allow ourselves the opportunity to address them in a healthy way.

Chocolate is a nice Rx too : )

sarah said...

Once upon a time women got together and quilted and chatted...I wish we could craft together...especially if and when there's chocolate involved and definitely if you're feeling blue. your valley moments are a testament to your understanding of the pain and weight of daily living. People who are never blue are either in denial about themselves, their need for something greater than them, or probably on drugs. Hugs from the east.
can you send me your address. i have an armadillo with your name on it.

aartilla the fun said...

thankyou ladies! i must say, thankfully, after a peaceful and joyous weekend with bren, i am feeling much better. thank goodness! and yes, it's funny you both highlighted the value of feeling sad -- bren said the same thing. he is quite astute that one, especially for being a boy. (and let's face it, there's a lot boys don't know. :)

i would love to craft with you! wah!

i will send you my address post-haste. :)


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