It's pretty much the same post, but a bit less rambly and wordy. 515 less wordy in fact. Good lord it's hard losing 500 words. I recommend the ingestion of alcoholic beverages and copious amounts of Lindt before attempting such tasks.
You can read the new smooth, shiny, way more mature, article here.
It's been a bit of a highlight on a really shitty week which included one of my dogs having a mental breakdown and being put on antidepressant medications. Trying to manhandle 60kg of bat shit crazy Great Dane into a car and at the vets is about as much fun as a rectal probe. But we made it through without too many new grey hairs and minus me passing out in her wee on the vets floor. Bonus. Though she did sit on my lap and pee on me, which pretty much summed up the last week.
To top it off my bowel of discontent, Ruprecht has mounted a well-organised resistance movement (HA! 'movement', I even amaze myself with my hilarity) against the H1s and H2s that I was so excited about. Luckily I'm off to see Gastro Guy on Wednesday, so hopefully he'll have something new in his arsenal with which to tackle the problem. Fun times. Fun. Fun. times.
So on that bright note I leave you with this highly appropriate and helpful book that I found today.
Toilet Yoga because sometimes sh*t doesn't happen.
"The book contains 15 ‘poses’ that work in various situations and locations. The guide walks you through the movements so you can walk through yours (or sit). Depending on your skill level, you may choose to start at a 1 bowl on our rating scale, or if you’re feeling adventurous, move up to a 3 or 4 bowl move. As you progress through our teachings, you’ll be confident that you can safely handle a 5 bowl maneuver".
From an article on a national news disability website, to pooing with yoga. I like to think I provide a little bit of something for everyone.
After this week this seems somehow appropriate.
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