So last Thursday was Kansas Day. Happy Birthday, Kansas! Being the good teacher’s wife that I am, I made Mr. Neon’s fourth graders homemade bread to eat with the butter that they would make in class. I came home from work Wednesday night and decided to slice the bread before bed, instead of getting up early and doing it during the rush of getting the boys on the bus. I wasn’t in a hurry. I was almost done. I only had two slices on the last loaf left. Mr. Neon was talking to me. I turned my head to respond to something he said. And I sliced my left pointer finger. As soon as I did it, I knew it wasn’t one of my usual clutsy cuts. It was deep. It needed stitches. But it was 11pm on a Wednesday night. The only thing open was the ER. Dr. Google told us we could wait until the morning. I somehow managed to sleep with my finger tightly wrapped with a Spongebob bandaid.
Thursday morning I went to my doctor, and she stitched the cut closed with one little stitch. That one little stitch has caused me grief! I couldn’t do PiYo for a few days because downdog and plank made it stretch and pull. Dumb. I’m typing with 9 fingers. Try it. It’s a pain in the butt. Tiny Boy has been doing PiYo for me. Isn’t his downdog the cutest?!
I’m sitting here drinking my Vega One. I need to do a post about this stuff and tell you all about it. I love it. I’m a little obsessed. Whole Foods had it on sale last month and I stocked up!
So many yummy flavors!
The other big news is that I got selected to be part of the the Honey Stinger Hive! I applied on a whim and I got it! I LOVE these products. I have used them from the very beginning of my journey. Me…a sponsored athlete?! Someone pinch me!
I’ll just leave this here. Even though I don’t use disposable menstrual products (another post for another day), the Always “like a girl” ad was my favorite. GIRLS ROCK!
Happy Tuesday, all!