I worked really hard on my Vitamin D today, Reader.
It was hard work, because we had intermittent rain showers and I had to plan my pool time carefully and effectively to strategically maximize the sun.
All my corporate experience really came into good use today.
I have also been hyper-focused on HYDRATION, Reader, because it’s important to get your insides as wet as your outsides. I think that’s how the saying goes. If that’s not a saying maybe I need to embroider it on a pillow so it feels like an official statement.
So I worked on wetting my insides and outsides today.
A co-worker gave me a tip about drinking coconut water for a good dose of potassium and really good interior wetting, so I’ve been adding that to my mouth plan and yes, I have an official Mouth Plan, everyone does, Reader it’s absolutely not something I just made up. Other sections of my Mouth Plan today included finding a cake and shoving a slice in there, so I went out and hunted one from the Publix and just enjoyed a little Red Velvet.
Last Monday I had made a proclamation to go sugar-free for 30 days, but then on Friday I thought that’s silly, what if I die on day 25 and completely have missed opportunities for cake based on some rule I imposed on myself, so I had a little Klondike bar yesterday and a slice of cake moments ago because otherwise death might win and no one wants that.
That’s how we fight death over here in Florida, Reader. We eat the cake.
You know what else is super fun about Florida? Well, since you asked, I’ll tell you.
All the street names.
They are just fun and make me happy.
I can drive down Avocado Road, to Pineapple Way, to Palm Leaf Drive. I work on Hibiscus, which is a section of streets in Edgewater that are named in alphabetical order so there’s Hibiscus and Indigo Palm and Juniper and Kumquat and Lime Tree and Mango…well, you get the idea.
So basically you could give directions to take a left at Mango and head to Pineapple and then merge onto Avocado and there you are.
Of course I don’t live on a fun street name like that, but I do have a fun address. 1000 is my mailing address, which is interesting because back in Cle my mailing address is 6000. So something about the triple zeros pulls me to ’em. Maybe that’s only interesting to me, but you know the rule, Reader: if it’s in my head, it belongs in yours, too.
You’re welcome for all the things I don’t actually tell you.
It’s time for bed, or else I’d tell you more, but let’s close out on the day and get a good night’s rest so we can GET IT tomorrow. I bought some new vitamins and I am excited to try one out tomorrow morning. I want to see how much pep they put in my step. My couzin swears by it, and I always take advice unless it involves something I don’t want to do.
Also, it’s a clear sign you’re not 25 anymore when you’re excited for morning to try out a new vitamin. Oh, the things we look forward to, Reader. Hope you have some bright spots this week!