I kid you not... the day is a little over half over and I'm so ill and plan to get even ill-er.
Meeting this morning -- "Geo, I brought dounuts!"
(I ate 2 chocolate ones --- but but but I got a flu shot then too. I needed comfort food!)
After meeting -- "Geo, I'm going to Java City... come on!"
(I go to Java City and gets a medium latte)
A bit later -- "Geo there were dounuts left over so I brought them up. They're over there on the counter."
(Thank goodness... no chocolate ones left -- I passed)
10:30a.m. --- Time to go over and judge a chili cookoff for one of my departments.
(I sampled 5 different ones -- 4 little samples and a big one -- ever had BBQ chili --- good stuff!)
!0:32 a.m. -- Ok, maybe a little later -- I find out I also am a judge for the desserts.
(Cheesecake won hands down! It was my daughters boyfriend (or whatever he is this week)stepmoms cake. She works at ACH).
11:00 a.m. Given a Thank You gift for judging. Bag of Orange lifesavers and box of Whoppers. Both are downfalls for me.
Noon: Open the box of Whoppers
Noon -o- two: Shaking the box wondering where they all are... tummy reminds me.
1:33pm -- I need a coke... be right back!
**************Later that day****************************
I know, y'all want me to say I barfed! I didn't...
Ok, so at 1:33 I got up to go get the coke but never made it.
2PM -- "Geo, come on it's October birthday's in the conference room!"
(I'm thinking, they're joking right? So I have my piece of birthday cake)
2:30pm -- I opened my bottom drawer for a form and there looking at me with evil brown eyes are a box of Whoopers that I was given earlier for judging the chili cookoff. I released a primal scream and eat them! Ok, maybe not the primal scream part.
Dinner: Terri made Weight Watcher taco soup. I eat it to ward off the evil hunger spirits but she also made cornbread that was like cake... ohhh cake! I had 3 slices. No shame at all!
8PM a juice size glass of chocolate milk.... ok I have to have chocolate milk at night. I've done this for 500 years now.
Well tomorrow will be a better day... (I'm thinking all the left over Halloween candy!)