Currently eating Greek yogurt with honey before going to work. I'm so addicted to these things...the yogurt is very thick and rich and creamy and honey with yogurt is an amazing combination I should have thought of long ago. I'm used to eating these at work. Silverware is scarce so we usually eat with popsicle sticks that we have in bulk for waxing, and I'm so used to drizzling the honey with the stick and eating it that way, that a spoon feels kind of awkward.
First, an announcement: Shawn and I will not be having our New Years party this year. I'm disappointed because it's our second time not having it, but since we're visiting his mom in San Diego for Xmas, we can't take off any days for New Years. (I'm rather miffed the spa is open on New Years Day. Who the hell is going to come in? Everyone will already be waxed by New Years Eve, and no one should even get a facial or a massage after all that drinking.) So someone else needs to take the reins this year. Whoever does, we'll be happy to attend and we'll probably stay much longer than we should and we'll keep saying, "We should go soon, we both have to wake up early," but we'll still keep hanging around. And if anyone does come for an eyebrow wax on New Years Day...well, let's just say they'll be taking their chances with a hungover esthetician.
Shawn and I saw Goblet of Fire opening night...at midnight. Our neighbor Dustin scared us by saying he'd been searching everywhere for tickets and they were all sold out, but we drove to a kind of shitty theater further down the not-trendy part of Lincoln Ave, and there were only a handful of people there. ( Thar Be Spoilers )
Okay, enough of that. Here's a little bit of thankfulness to end the post:
Name 5 of life's simple pleasures that you like most, then pick 5 people to do the same. Try to be original and creative and not to use things that someone else has already used. Tag 5 people on your list.
1. Holiday potlucks.
2. Greek yogurt with honey.
3. Napping cats.
4. Friends from afar coming to visit.
5. A "green" Christmas in San Diego.