they pay to kiss your feet

since there's no one else around, we let our hair grow long and forget all we used to know. then our skin gets thicker from living out in the snow.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

you are what you eat?

i did it. i did an (almost) complete grocery trip at the local whole foods market. i got everything i need for the next week minus propel, diet coke with splenda and cool whip, which i had to get at price chopper. okay, so my price chopper items aren't exactly healthful, but you've got to give a girl some credit. i bought EVERYTHING else, from coffee to bread to onions, at whole foods. and i made sure it was all organic and free of antibiotics and all kinds of other crap that i've been consuming through my foods for too long. i was a bit overwhelmed at first. and so, i spent an hour and a half shopping instead of my typical 45-minute breeze through price chopper grocery session. but i wanted to take it all in while shopping for the best price and eating every single sample. can i just say that whole foods is totally worth it if for nothing else but the samples. i had truffle pate, four kinds of cheese, banana cream pie, salmon salad, tea, coffee and hummus. i think i gained five pounds from just sampling. and to top everything else off, i only spent $13 more than i do at price chopper. yes! i leave you with this photo. alarming? maybe. making a good point? yes. am i a total hypocrite sometimes with my cool whip and propel "energy" waters? yes. but who isn't, seriously?


  • At 6:00 PM, Blogger Kat said…

    Only $13 more? Wow! You did well! We've been trying to shop Whole Foods for all its organic goodmess, but it's been costing us more. Still, I think it's worth it. I think the food tastes better and I know I feel better about it!


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