Where Ice Cream Comes From

I was dragging big time this afternoon so I drank Amazing Grass on the way to my running group. Note the strategically placed cup covering my pimple.

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I did more walking than running today. My legs are tired and so is my heart, but that’s a story for another day.IMG_4427 (800x600)

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Dinner was waiting for me when I got home. No, not because Ben made it. Because if Ben made it we would be having fried butter again…

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Okay not really – since we saw Forks and Knives he wants to eat healthier and give up dairy. I would consider it if fro-yo wasn’t from cows. I don’t care what part of the cow it comes from either – I love it too much.

Funny Pictures

I made pasta with turkey sausage and bell peppers. I don’t just love ketchup to an unhealthy level. I also eat spaghetti sauce straight out the jar.IMG_4436 (800x600)

Dessert is one of these smashed up with granola. Because they’re just okay on their own.IMG_4437 (800x600)

See you tomorrow!


  1. griselda says

    I hope you have a great friday! :) I know you have been busy, but at least its a GOOD busy. If I can ask, where do you buy your chocolate granola? Annnnnnnnnd how are you doing on the Amazing grass challenge? I hope its going well, I will be starting this weekend! Can’t wait to try it.

  2. says

    That’s a movie I really want to see, and REALLY want the husband to watch as well.
    LOL @ the ice cream picture!!

  3. says

    I was thinking of your blog last night as I was eating blood orange sorbet. It makes me sad to think you eat lame desserts because they have a certain amount of calories (i.e. those weight watcher’s bars above, or the not amazing 150 cal. mint ice cream). Not really worth it if it’s only so-so, right? Sorbet is magical ~240 cals/pint, full of flavor.

  4. says

    Lovin’ that picture.. especially since I am probably still digesting the fro’ yo I devoured last night. Ignorance is bliss!

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