Monday, March 30, 2009

Flying Peanut Butter Egg Warrior

I have a raging headache and a sore throat. Musta been my rough working weekend. PLUS I have my brother's wedding this weekend (YAY!) PLUS then I have to pack for NY. PLUS also Easter.

There go my midday naps.

When I got home last night after an ENTIRE weekend of phone-only-internet, I was SOOO excited to hop into bed with my computer (hello lovah!) and read blogs, and stuff. Only to find that OUR WIRELESS was out!!

So then, after a few select words (like frick and frack) I had to GET UP and go check the wireless thingy, as IF I would know how to do anything other than kick it. I unplugged it. And then plugged it back in. And then I just stared at it. And then I went back to bed to see if my cable-guy-skills worked. And guess what? IT DID!! And you thought I could just do yoga retreats!

And speaking of that, I brought my healthy followers down a notch. I bought TWO bags of reese's peanut butter eggs and we ate them all weekend. Towards the end, when they were dwindling down to the last few eggs, we would all circle them like the hawks that we are. I should have ration-portioned them out better. Like "ONE for you. TWO for me."

And also one of the guys brought 3 bottles of wine. So it was wine and pb eggs all weekend. A far cry from the vegan raw nut eating retreats you imagine. You wanna come now, don't you. yah...I know my readers. You SO wanna come. And then once you're all liquored and sugared up, I'll make you do stupid yoga poses on dangerous terrain too!!








Namaste, drunks!

16 comments:

Kristina P. said...

You really are a yoga bitch!

Meg said...

Drunk yoga? I'll pass. I really don't want to have to explain to anyone that I broke my arm and got a concussion from doing yoga.

3 Bay B Chicks said...

What is Meg talking about? Drunk yoga? Count me IN. It might actually help to improve my non-existent yoga skills.

Oh, and I'll also need a big supply of Peeps. Anything with marshmallow is good.

-Francesca

Carin said...

you have the BEST clients!!!! can we have mini cadbury eggs when I come!?

forever folding laundry said...

Those guys must be really high on wine and chocolate because they were clearly putty in your hands! Muah-ha-ha...

Next time can you please extend an invite to those blog readers that are yoga-challenged and accident-prone and walk us through the poses? Or just bring us lots of wine & chocolate? Either one.

~Keri

Lady of Perpetual Chaos said...

Sounds like my kind of yoga retreat. Except for the wine part...I'm more of a mountain dew kind of girl. Isn't there a mountain dew salutation yoga pose?!

peewee said...

yah...I'm not a wine person either...which is why you don't see ME in those pics!!

rychelle said...

can i come and just eat chocolate and look at the pretty, bendy-flexy guys?

p.s. i'm guessing evil new roommate was behind the internet outage.

Kathy B! said...

Drunk yoga is the only way I could contort myself into a backbend... anf then I'd need a sugar induced coma the next day to stave off the pain... but I'd do it all just 'cuz it looks like you guys are having so much fun!

Together We Save said...

I love your layout and pictures. They make me smile.

peewee said...

I will do a blogger only retreat. What if all meet and hate each other?

pff.

Impossible! And if that DOES happen I will just bring LOADS of rice krispie and all will be fine (and some extra marshmallow stuff for Francesca)

peewee said...

rice krispie TREATS is what I meant.

Counselormama said...

Those pics are hilarious! Those guys look so cool in those poses. :)

Jillybean said...

Peanut butter eggs.......I KNEW there was something I forgot to buy at the store today.

dede said...

I am totally game for the "meet and hate" - if I make the rc treats can I get out of doing the yoga?

missed you in ny!

glad to know I can call YOU for my next computer problem!

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