Tomorrow is co-op day.
♪ Way-hey-hey it's [not] an ordinary day and it's all your state of mind. . . ♪
I love the co-op. It's filled with fascinating things that cost less (usually) than you'd expect and are good for you. Last time I got some uber cute little "delicate squash" which were delicious. I kept some seeds to plant in the Spring. We'll see what happens.
I'm fascinated by ECOFriendly cleansers. Don't ask me why. I'm always convinced that each one will be better than the last, and I have to admit that they all smell lovely and make me feel better about actually cleaning things. I am especially drawn to the uber expensive ones (like $10 a bottle) which you then dilute with a drastic amount of water (1/4 t cleanser to 16 oz water) because then you can tell yourself that they are really quite affordable. Even though you did drop $10 on one bottle. I really ogled them a lot last time. I think I'm going to buy one tomorrow.
Of course, I already have Trader Joe's Zen Cleaning spray, and Mrs. Meyers (delectable) all purpose lavender cleaning solution (one of those dilutable things), so why do I need Shaklee's everything cleanser or ECOver's toilet cleaner? I don't know. I just need them. I know that they will be the magic pill that makes my home sparkle like that of someone who actually gives a damn about cleaning.
I'm also psyched because my new undewear was great for class and sparring. And also not ugly. This is really quite something, believe me.