This is a moment only dreams are made of…haha.
When we checked into Ocean Resort last weekend, I found out I had a massage that same evening. We were in kind of a rush to make it to the first Raw Gourmet Dinner, so I quickly changed. I was wearing a g-string, but I wanted to put on granny undies since I was going in for the massage. (No masseuse wants to see my romping cheeks) So I put on my granny undies, but when I pulled up my pants, I guess my g-string hung on!!!!!
Even funnier is that Mike was filming for a video we are making and he didn’t even notice… (unless he’s really just evil and I don’t know it, lol)
I walked in and met a table full of people I didn’t know.
Here’s a shot of the room minus the people.
I was also getting up to take my plate to the window so I could get better lighting for pictures.
I didn’t notice it until way after dinner when I was in the spa about to get my massage. I was like, “what the?” Then it all came together when Mike and I were going through the footage we took and THERE IT WAS! WOW….. I mean, I’ve had a sock hanging out of my pant leg before- but NEVER a g-string out of the back of my jeans!! That is one for the books.
I’m sorry if that was TMI, but I had to share… Life is to short not to laugh these things off!
Namaste = “I see your light”
As for more subdued blog material, today was Day 4 of my Raw Food
Challenge Celebration. I am going for 30 days! Some people ask me, so what do you have to do to be 100% RAW? I was reading choosingraw.com today and Gena, the blog’s author says it best,
“I’m not 100% raw and don’t aspire to be: my goal is to get a wide array of nutrients from as many delicious, plant-based sources as I can. Exclusively raw diets work for some people, but many others find them either nutritionally or psychologically limiting. I do, however, believe that most people can experience tremendous health benefits from adding more raw food to their diets. The title of my blog, then, evokes a lifestyle that encourages us to eat “close to nature,” and and encourages to make choices every day that emphasize raw food.”
Well said Gena. I couldn’t agree more. Everyone has there quotations and limits to what is “raw”, but really it’s what you make it. Eat as close to nature as possible. I must say though, I have been feeling great! I miss cooked food when I make it for Mike (today I made him an omelet and then some pasta) Or when I see Mike put cream and sugar in his coffee and mine is black..
During my challenge, I am trying not to think of what I can’t have, I am trying to see all I CAN have…
…like frozen blueberries..
Or these lettuce wraps I threw together.
Mushed up garlic, onion, avocado, tomato, and red pepper.
The were super quick and SUPER tasty.
That’s about all I got today! I went to a nice yoga class at the REC centre across the street and am winding down for the evening.
How was your day? Any embarrassing moments you’d like to share??? Please do!!!