The Heart Breaker
By Ladystiles on December 29, 2010
So I woke up this morning - yep believe it or not. I did it.
That was a high point during the day.
Right up until I sliced through a handful of those sweet Meyer lemons that are almost disappearing from the season.
Then added tequila - of course. who would consume lemons without booze or sugar?
I think the sole reason I got out of bed, besides the fact that our bed is all worn out and is impossible to just to be lazy, is that there was (was) a jar of peanut butter that was just calling my name. I really need to clean the cupboards. Ya'know, be productive. What better way to clean out the wounded soldiers (J pronounces them: souljas) by polishing off numerous jars of peanut better. Before 7am. It is weird. That is just me, having on of those peanut butter days.
Instead of doing the sensible thing, like getting some exercise or at least vicariously through the wonder dog running through the desert, I went shopping.
I need new dishes. NEEEEEDDDDDDD........must have new dishes............want new dishes.....
The week after Christmas deals seem to be floating around. So I pulled up my trousers and went to THE MALL. As it turns out, kids are on winter break and parents are freaking out. Seriously. Look around you. Craziness.
The desert, people go crazy here.
I left with a clearance Godiva chocolate bar clutched in my hand. I needed comfort as soon as I reached the serenity of my car. Nibble, nibble. That is me, eating in the car that is sitting in the mall parking lot.
No plates. Chocolate will do. Because the peanut butter got me started. It was all the peanut butter's fault or the cupboards for being too small.
Back to the dishes (important things), want to trade? I am looking for eclectic pieces, mismatched but pretty. I am easy to please. White, old china that someone has tucked away in their cupboard. I am not afraid to use it. I have some pretty brown swirly plates by TAG. You can have them.
Peanut butter, shopping, chocolate.... this girl is going to make a fancy cocktail to celebrate a day of indulgence.
I have to start what I finish. I learned that in the new True Grit movie. I am just that way. I loved the movie.
My J loves westerns and I love him.
My husband loves me. He buys nice tequila.
I buy Meyer lemons.
|Who has hot red nails...|
All sorts of nice tequila.
We make cocktails and get all chatty.
I love it.
The Heart Breaker
I name this sweet puckery boozy drink the heart breaker because when you take a sip, you wish it was summer on a beach but really you are trying to keep warm in a small apartment in the desert during cold winter months.
That my friend is a heart breaker.
1 part tequila
1 part Meyer lemon juice
1 part orange liqueur
mix - go to your happy place.
Michelle Stiles writes at The Beauty of Life
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