Shopping online after taking a prescribed benzo to fall asleep is NOT recommended. “I’m not drunk…I’m not making any bad choices!” I tell myself as I click on “buy now”. My rule of thumb is that I only buy things I really NEED for survival. You know, like stuff from the Apple store, music, coffee, and groceries, maybe a bra or some panties from time to time…by the grace of God I managed to avoid purchasing the “vanity” running dress from Lululemon Athletica for $98. Why must they call it a “running dress” if they advise you in the store to NOT run in it?
I think it’s pretty obvious that I enjoy things in mass quantities. In lieu of Sugar Free Red Bull, and it’s cola cousin, I am now chugging sodium free seltzer water and having it delivered to me. All this thanks to Fresh Direct . The world’s most amazing grocery delivery service in New York that makes shopping for food and household items in bulk, almost as fun as going to the Apple Store.
When I take a sleeping aid (like I did the other night) in my hallucinatory/half sleepy state, I thought it would be a great idea to go grocery shopping! That half pound bag of edamame seemed like a fun purchase at the time…but more like a WTF when I woke up the next morning. I’m sure there are worse things to buy than frozen soybeans though, so I’m not beating myself up about it…too much.
Now I have to be confined to my apartment for up to two hours tomorrow. I will anxiously awaiting the SIX cases of Seltzer and various other random items I bought, because it seemed like a good idea at the time. One odd thing was they were out of toliet paper for delivery until the first week of May. At least I can go to the deli for that.
So I just stumbled upon this website: http://www.sodastreamusa.com/
I think I’m getting sucked in…I may do some late night shopping and buy this. It’s the commercial they show on the site. It looks so fun and easy and I could actually save money by purchasing a Soda Stream…it would take up so much less space than the SIX cases that are arriving and going to be scattered around my apartment. God help me.