Hmmm…lately I’ve started eating more protein and veggies which is resulting in my losing a few more of those unwanted pounds. I’ve also noticed a slight side effect from some of the veggies. See pic above and you’ll know what I’m talking about. This is reminiscent of my post on eating the Fiber One bars and then having back surgery the next day. Yup – another bodily function post.
My dinner Mon evening included a healthy dose of broccoli, green peppers, and cucumbers. Holy crapoli Batman, what was I thinking? I have a Physical Therapy session at 8:00 Tues morning (I get to return to my beloved Agador) and my legs are gonna be twisted, pulled, pushed and heaven knows what strange contortions I shall have to endure. Hmmm…crunchin cruciferous causes gaseous giganticus. Right before the first bite, I scarfed down not one, not two, but THREE Beano tablets. I’m taking no chances that Tues morning as Agador adjusts my back and legs and presses my knees to my chest anything untoward will be expelled. A girl can never be too careful, you know. Ya’ll remember my former and now present again physical therapist, Agador, don’t ya? I sure hope he’s not in for any unexpected surprises. Yikes.
Speaking of unexpected surprises…I wonder… if Beano works for people, why not try it on dogs? EmmaLou can clear a room faster than a Category 5 hurricane – and you never hear it coming. It just wafts over you with the amazing aroma of vinegar for some strange reason, and takes your breath away. All the while, she lays on the floor in doggie oblivion. Gah… yeah, Beano for dogs – good idea.
I read an article once that claims a dish of ice cream may block the negative gaseous effects of the broccoli. I’m thinking perhaps Devoted Spouse needs to go out this evening and pick up a half gallon. You can never have too much protection these days — ice cream as a prophylactic…sort of a broccoli condom, I’m thinking.
Maybe I should just reschedule the appointment…