I started the day out in a search of a safe sunless tanning lotion.
I can't be the only one who worries about that stuff. Here are the brands that seemed the most promisingEnviron Self TanBoots No. 7Green People Self-Tan
These were also recommended, but I am not sure about their safety:Aveda's Sun SourceLavera's Sunless Tan
Anyone use any of these before? I haven't bought anything yet- just thinking about the upcoming summer. I might need to get these
too. What too hippyish? I am kidding anyway. I would never pay $350 for sunglasses. I lose at least 3 per year.
Next I worked on editing my son's new YouTube
movie he is making with his friends. If I decide at some point to show it to you all- don't judge me please. The movie is a remake of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.
What? You missed that cult classic? No worries. Looks like it might be coming to the big screen again soon.
But my exciting day wasn't over yet.
I made this yummy organic smoothie. My own recipe made from what I had on hand.
1. c. frozen organic strawberries
1/2 c. frozen organic blueberries
1/2 c. frozen organic raspberries
1 1/4 c. no-fat organic French vanilla yogurt
3 Tbl. real maple syrup
2 Tbl. orange juice
1 c. organic milk
Mix and serve immediately. MMMMMMM
We ended the day with our family cleaning our buildings elevators. They had gotten so dirty and no one is hired to do it, so I thought it would be a good project for us.
After we got the kids in bed (Piney insists on sleeping in her old porta-crib now. After being in her bed for almost a year. Is that normal?)...
M decided to play some old music and we reminisced about old times while listening to Pink Floyd The Wall
I remembered when I thought that was the best music ever written. We decided that there were never going to be great bands anymore because there isn't money in it like their used to be. Albums don't matter anymore. It's one hit wonders now.
Oh how times have changed.
Labels: green living