I dropped by Whole Foods yesterday to pick up some cheese after striking out at my local supermarket. I really like their cheese selection otherwise, especially their descriptions.
I have yet to identify the author of these funny little cards, but I like him or her.
While I had no intention of purchasing an overpriced raspberry bar from the Whole Foods self-serve bakery section, I had to see if someone took a bite of one and put it back.
Every time I check the bakery I find a bar that someone took one bite of and then put back. EVERY TIME!
1) That’s weird. Who does that? It’s gross.
2) Why not eat the whole thing, it’s not like anyone’s going to buy it.
3) I threw it away. You’re welcome.
Isn’t that just nuts? Who does that shit? Is it the same person every time? Is it lots of people? What are the chances that each time I go to Whole Foods (and I don’t have a regular schedule) I find the same thing?
I’m gonna stake out the bakery one day and catch the snacker red-handed.
In other news, Scrotus had a root canal the other day to continue the restoration of his knocked out tooth. He was such a trooper. Root canals aren’t fun and the amount of anesthetic they had to shoot into his gums was staggering.
I requested gas for him, just to make it a better experience. I told the Endodontist (who was rather cute even though his thighs touch) that I was feeling rather stressed about it, too and perhaps I could have some gas as well.
It doesn’t hurt to ask. I read to Scrotus (and the dental team) during the procedure and everything went as smoothly as possible.
X-rays show that his body is treating the tooth as a foreign object and is starting to fill the socket with bone even though there is a tooth in there. Not good.
Hopefully we can arrest the process and keep the tooth in place at least until Scrote’s jaw stops growing. He removed the pulp and packed the tooth with medicine to fight the infection that is setting off the body’s reaction. After that another specialist will place fibers within the tooth to strengthen it. Then maybe one day he’ll need an implant.
The bottom line is that this will probably be a $10,000 tooth. Sigh.
Tonight I’m performing with the Norwegian Nanny and Moneypenny at the Bohemian Biergarten. I have given this exactly no thought. I’m just gonna show up and see what happens. If nothing else I will bust my signature move which is digging my spankies out of my butt crack. Sexily.
I must say that middle age in Boulder is not at all what I expected. Coming from Utah I thought that it was all downhill after you had kids. That’s not to say that the young crowd won’t scoff at the 40+ woman pole dancing, but who knows? I can’t be bothered to worry about that.
I was going to cut the crap, but between Lara Michael’s workshop, a kid birthday party, shuttling people around and a near x-pole disaster, I’m out of time. Sorry.