If I had things my way…

Mornings would not be marked by the incessant beeping of the alarm clock.  Instead our alarms would be equipped to brew a piping hot cup of coffee just seconds before our scheduled wake-up call.  The smell alone would yank us [quite willingly!] from our dreams.  Every morning would be the best ever… I’m sure of it!
Laundry would fold itself.  At the very least, a small flock of chirping cartoon birds could fold it for us.  It’s not much to ask.
It would definitely not be getting dark at 5pm.  That’s just wrong.

Group fitness classes would not only be followed by a stretch sesh… but by a massage.  If that’s not motivation enough to hit the gym, I don’t know what is.  [Though buns of steel are pretty motivating!]

Everyone would get along and no one would go hungry.  Period.  End of discussion.

And finally, if I had things my way…

You’d eat your vegetables.  So get on it, will ya?

Start with this:

I’ll be back in in the morning with the results of this weekend’s recipe test-a-thon, assuming I can get a mere 10 minutes of sunshine and rainbows for the photos.  Maybe a few unicorns while we’re at it.  North Carolina weather can kiss my not-yet-made-of-steel butt.  I suppose I should hit the gym while I’m at it =)

If you had things your way… what would you change?


Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    *sigh* I have been thinking along the same lines lately. Add in “there will be no conflict at work, unless its cancer research or rocket science”

  2. says

    I love quinoa. I love that you post blog posts about quinoa. And eating my vegetables. Because sometimes we need a little reminder. It’s time for a quinoa haiku:

    Quinoa is tasty
    It is packed full of protein
    Your face is pretty

    Hm. I may or may not be uber loopy this morning.

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