And for breakfast? Cottage CHEEEEEESE!

So, the feeling I’m getting is that everyone LOVES THE CHEESE! Ok, maybe they don’t “love it” but people are definitely digging the CHEESE!
Melly? not really feeling my cheese. Are you feeling it? DO YOU WANT TO FEEL MY CHEESE?
OK! Enough with the cheese.
It’s funny, even though I’ve only been away for what? A week? It feels like I’ve been away forever. Everytime something funny would happen, everytime something would annoy the crap out of me, everytime Gabby would smile, fart, puke in my mouth (and TRUST ME, you haven’t LIVED until you’ve gone to kiss a baby only to be blessed with tittymilk puke IN YOUR MOUTH),giggle, poop in the tub, pee while I was changing her, everytime Tony said something hilarious, I’d want to run to my computer to write about it, but I couldn’t! It was a tragedy! And I’m not exaggerating at ALL! I missed it.
And you missed me. YOU DID! I have the emails to prove it. Damn, it feels good to be missed.
But it does NOT feel good the day after a really good workout. No, it doesn’t at all. I hurt everywhere. And for the first time in years, I can feel my ASSBONES. Or muscles, whatever, it’s funnier to call them assbones. I didn’t realise how much I MISSED working out. That’s right, I missed it. I missed the sweating, the aching, the pain, but I did NOT miss OTHER PEOPLES STICKY ASS SWEAT ON THE MACHINES because they are TOO LAZY TO WIPE IT OFF! That’s just not cool, people, wipe the sticky stuff. Thank you.
With that, I must go eat breakfast before The Boss of me wakes up.

30 thoughts on “And for breakfast? Cottage CHEEEEEESE!

  1. kim

    first, first, first. HA! glad you’re back and too bad we didn’t hear about the puking in your mouth right away. jeesh ;o)

  2. sarcastic journalist

    I’ve soooooooo been there. Its like “I need to blog about this!” but you can’t.
    I’m so proud of you for working out. I’m so proud of you for getting up and making the change to get healthy. Y, you rock. I don’t think I can say that enough. You can do this and I am so happy for you.

  3. edie

    My daughter puked in my mouth once when she was about 5 months old. I was laying on the bed holding her above me jiggling her around like she was dancing and she was laughing and I was laughing and then GUUUUURP! right in my open, laughing mouth.
    Oh man when I started exercising 5 months ago I thought I was gonna die, heh. My entire body hurt. Even my hair hurt.
    Thanks for sending me your new addy Y. I truly missed reading you every day :o)

  4. Kim

    I love the new place! Good to see you back and really good to see you back feeling good and positive. Thanks for letting me come join the fun.

  5. Jennifer

    Welcome back! Why was I not surprised to see Jay Mohr looking at me from atop your blog?
    Seriously though, I missed ya and glad you’re back!

  6. Empress

    Oh, baby! Glad to see you back!!
    And I have also had baby puke in my mouth. What mother hasn’t, really? Don’t tell my kids that, though, they’ll be so embarrassed! Heh.

  7. shy me

    yaayyyy for you and the continuing existance of your blog… existence… ance?… hmmm… i hate spelling.

  8. Kimmer

    The cheese is good. It’s waaay better than no Yvonne at all!
    Oh, and when I was 5 my infant brother puked in my mouth when I was kissing him goodnight. So I guess I’ve lived!

  9. Caitlin

    I hated working out at first, but I didn’t have much of a choice because if I didn’t do it, my knee problems were going to get a whole lot worse. I swim and do pilates now too…and I haven’t been depressed in months; for the first time in years. Exercise is awesome. Keep it up!

  10. coop

    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don’t know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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