If you know me in real life you know I am just a little bit random, so today, I thought I would share with you some *random* things that were on my mind.
I've become an apple snob.
When I was growing up in Indiana, I thought that apples came in red or green, that's it. Now that I have lived in the apple growing capital of the world (honestly, I don't know if I do, but it seems like Washington grows a lot of apples, so just roll with me) for over a decade I will now only buy one brand of apple. I love honeycrisp apples. Like love them so much I could marry them. I will even spend crazy amounts of money on an apple and I am a thrifty lady.
I HATE shoe shopping. Like hate it super lots.
Don't get me wrong, I love the shoes, I am just uber frustrated at finding shoes that fit. I have one of the smallest narrowest feet of any adult I have ever met. Most kids under the age of 10 have feet bigger than me.
Not only that, my foot has issues because of running, so I need some support in my shoe. I made it my mission this week to find a good pair of casual shoes. I even decided that I wouldn't care how much it cost.
So I set out to find a new pair of shoes and guess what? I was told by the sales guy that narrow shoes are hard to come by because American's are getting so fat that even their foot is getting wider (I think he said it nicer than that, but that's the general takeaway). So now companies are making shoes wider to fit the general population.
So I came home and ate a box of cookies frustrated that I couldn't even find a new pair of shoes.
Then after that, guess what? I cleaned the bathrooms. Can I tell you how much I hate soap scum? So much that I spent an hour with my tweezers cleaning it off of the sinks.
Why tweezers you ask? Cuz those bad boys have such a sharp tip that will actually take the soap scum off (and maybe a little porcelain too) WAY better than any scrub brush or chemical I have found.
And that is what is rolling around in my head today.
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