#DrinkUpLinkUp — Totally Random Wine

Last Friday, I had the night at home alone. So I went down to the liquor store for a bottle of wine. I didn’t know what kind I’d get, but I just knew I wanted wine.

I wandered the aisles awhile (all two of them for wines) and eventually spotted it:

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Totally Random? That’s totally ME! And I like moscato wine. It kinda fit my mood as well.

Price was good… not expensive, but also not the “oh-this-is-going-to-be-painful” cheap either.

The taste was delicious. I’m not a wine connoisseur so I can’t tell you how it stacks up to other wines. It’s a straight forward, typical moscato wine. That’s all I can really tell you on that.

From their Facebook page:

Totally Random is more than just a wine, its a lifestyle. A glass to relax after a long day, or a bottle amongst friends., Totally Random is prepared for the unexpected.
Mission: to inspire the random in all of us

But my favorite part of their description is right on the bottle:

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And perhaps this is why I liked this wine more than taste, smell, color, whatever. It’s more a state of mind. Which is all I was going for that night anyway….

Be. Live. Think. Totally Random.

Love it.

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Let’s just talk for a minute…

I missed a second Photo Share Sunday and my first Make it Happen Monday. I think I had a good excuse: being under the weather. Sucks to wake up on Sunday to a swollen face in such a way I couldn’t tell if it was a bad tooth or a sinus infection. Either way, I needed antibiotics immediately. Thanks to the people at Care Spot – Hermitage I got antibiotics and two shots.

You might ask how I couldn’t tell what it was… well its because I’m in the process of lots of dental work already and none of my teeth had been hurting, but I’ve swollen up like that before from massive sinus infection in the past. And, really, even dentists and doctors have a hard time telling the difference sometimes since the maxillary sinus and the back molar roots are right up against each other. I was fully aware that either way, being where it was located was NOTHING to “wait out.” Too many dangers of it spreading, and the sinuses and teeth are too damn close to the brain to take any chances.

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I’ve laid around a lot the last 36 hours…

I am elated to report that the antibiotics are finally taking control and I am feeling human again. And I can mostly smile normal. (When half your face it swollen, your smile ends up being pretty lopsided.) I’ll take it and all the antibiotics I got. I want this gone for good!

But, its funny how getting sick makes you act the way you should all the time. I’m drinking water like its the best thing on Earth (because it IS), brushing my teeth after everything I eat, and when I DO eat its nothing sugary or too salty, etc. In other words, I’m eating right. Maybe if I stick with this regimen the entire time I am on antibiotics (two weeks!) it’ll once again become habit. That would be a REALLY good thing.

I’ve not done much photo sharing lately, as I have my Lightroom tied up with wedding photos. I had hoped to have them done already (I’m an over achiever, but I like to get them out within a week)… but it looks like it might take a lil longer than that. Hey, nothing gets me motivated to get the job done as not being able to edit my every-day photos!

Anyway, that’s a general update on me, since I  missed the last two days! I have a lot of projects in the works right now, but its all exciting and good stuff. Can’t wait to share as I get done!

The wife of a touring musician tells it like she sees it…

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