no, i haven’t yet decided on a drinking vessel. and while the CEO of kor was nice enough to email me back (at midnight!), he didn’t bite on my offer to show his bottle off on this site if he’d send me one to sample. oh well. the good news is that there IS a 500ml bottle in the works! it’s not coming out until next year, but i so want a kor mini.
breathtaking! from the kor blog
i’m glad to have inspired at least one commenter to replace their disposable plastic bottles with a refillable one! it’s so much better for the environment, cheaper in the long run, convenient, and — as i hope i showed — it can be a fun way to express your personal style. i admit that occasionally i will drink bottled water in a pinch, but the commenter who pointed out the production and shipping costs for bottled water is right — it’s not a very environmentally conscious thing to do, even without the bottle waste.
okay, i’ll climb down from my pedastal now. and i will report back on which container i select!
i pumped myself up for this week in this post. so far, i’m making it through and remaining as positive as possible — but i have to say i’ve been hanging on for dear life. because of the frequent turnover, untrustworthy preemies, and the constant deliveries and the fact that YOU JUST NEVER KNOW what a baby is going to look like when he/she makes her debut, i find this rotation to be the most stressful one that we have.
add that to the schedule — no call, but it can feel relentless, as i’m on my 11th day straight of work — and an extremely busy husband, and i don’t have to wonder why my emotions are riding high and my skin is breaking out like never before. i’ve tried to stay in the present as much as possible, but yesterday afternoon after our third meconium delivery i decided that a massage is in order this weekend and i booked one for saturday. it will be a celebration of survival in the community hospital NICU, as well as the culmination of 3 months straight of pretty hard rotations (night float, then wards, and then clinic chief/NICU).
i have a MUCH better life up ahead over the next few months that i’ll talk about in a later post! for now, it’s off to the gym — i want to fit in a run before work because i have a FOOD INC date with allie tonight!
i just had to share . . .
my first experience with fresh figs! these were calimyrna figs, obtained at whole foods this weekend (local jessica, i saw that you found some too!). they became nice and soft, and some of them even began to drip an amber syrupy substance which tasted like pure sugar! there really is something feminine and fantastic about figs.
8.26.09. my, time is flying. is it really almost september!?
workout: none. the hospitalist who was scheduled to relieve me overslept his alarm and didn’t get there until 6:15. he apologized profusely for obliterating my workout time and offered to let me come in 30 minutes late this AM. i am taking him up on this and heading out for a run right now!
doin’ time: a solitary dinner for 1. josh stayed late at work because someone had the nerve to need some sort of vascular operation. @*$&(*&! no, actually, i’ve grown pretty calm and okay with this when it happens sometimes. i even carried out my plan of cooking and made myself a fresh, seasonal martha dinner for one:
and then, a healthy summer dinner. my favorite parts were the grilled portobellos and the feta. although the supersimple soup was also quite nice! once again, the immersion blender proved its worth as the best appliance in this kitchen. LOVE IT.
reading: 35 minutes about rickets. i really got into this one, which makes sense given my future career directions.