Ain’t that the truth.
I feel like I have a million things on my plate and it’s only the first day of class.
By plate, I don’t mean the vegtastic plate of food that I ate at Chabad’s BBQ tonight.
I probably ate a fourth of the grilled veggies on that serving plate. Not pictured above: massive amounts of salad, more coleslaw and an Amy’s bistro burger (vegan!). Oh, and a chocolate chip cookie.
I keep reminding myself of the advice I gave you all in this post. It’s so important to not lose sight of doing what you love. I’ll be honest…I get stressed about finding the time to blog in a way that’s up to my standards. I would rather post my heart out when I have the time than give you something everyday that doesn’t make you laugh, make you hungry and make you want to go cook up a veg storm. So in the first few months of senior year, bear with me!
Enough serious business. Let’s move on to more important matters.
Take a closer look.
No, I’m not referring to my dire need of clothing and shoes.
Ding ding ding!
Is that not the t-shirt of all t-shirts? The cream of the crop? The to on the fu? The frosting on the cupcake?
Nikki’s mom got it for me at a vegan convention. I would have given an arm to go to that convention.
I’ll have to thank her next time she visits with some
grits buttery oat bran.
I really should listen to my own advice. I really should listen to this t-shirt. I really should come up with a killer cupcake recipe to go along with that gem of a t-shirt.
It’ll all get done. It’ll all work out. One cupcake at a time.
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You all make my world sweeter one post at a time. Thank you for reading! It means SO much to me and I love reading each and every comment.
“Love who you love, say that you do…don’t waste the time that flies so fast.” Rascall Flats