after the third home-made try of coloring my own hair i promised myself i won't ever do it again. after the first time i did it, my boyfriend, at the time, looked at me and said "what happened to you?" that is certainly not a response you want after revealing your newly colored hair. after the second one, i looked at myself in the mirror and said to myself, "what happened to me?". the third one was colored back just as quickly as it was colored in the first place.
i think i am finally coming to the conclusion that i am not made for diets either. there was a period in my life when, just like half of this country, i decided to do the south beach diet. that lasted about 6 days, if that. a year later i decided instead of going carbless i would go vegetable-full. no meat, no bread, just veggies and fruits for 6 days. i love vegetables, so this should be easy enough and just for 10 days.
after the easy first day, i was sure that i will conquer this monkey like none other. after the second i had about 5 little crackers at night. this afternoon i walked in my office and there was this scone on my desk, left by the boss.
a soft, fresh, chocolate chip scone that melts in your mouth and tastes like heaven. chocolate chip, and soft, and VERY fresh. people -- don't you get it --- a scone?!!
and that was the end of the vegetable diet. there were probably 4578688575389674 calories in that scone and it broke my diet, but it was worth every bite.