I loved all your comments about happy weight. You are all so grounded and mature. And you’re all beautiful-I mean I can’t see you, but I assume you’re totally hot. And I’m glad you’re happy at your weights regardless if they’re over, under or exactly what Self magazine says you should weigh in order for nirvana to be acheived. Because I am, and I don’t want to be alone in happy town.
I’m slow on the posting. Yesterday I had a lovely ladies afternoon drinking wine, talking life and watching Oprah. Then I was off to my networking get together which consisted of brie, olives and more wine. I was a bit tipsy yesterday. All day yesterday. Unfortunately I decided taking pictures of my brie and olives in a group of strangers would be a bit creepy. I don’t mind a mid-level of weirdness, but a girl has to draw the line somewhere. I will rest assured you all know what olives, cheese and cabernet look like.
Today I need to get some work done, which will mean leaving my couch and heading to my new pseudo office otherwise known as a coffee shop. Tonight, there will be no pictures to be had as I’m going to a pot luck and a bar in celebration/mourning of a friends going away. Again, there’s a time and a place for the weirdness.
Lara: Link away!
Mbbored: Yeah, it’s a bit odd isn’t it? It’s sort of one of those family things that gets passed down for generations and you don’t realize is weird till you’re an adult. My grandmother and mom always ate oatmeal with sour cream and salt. So, that’s how I grew up eating it. It’s really kind of awesome.
Mag: Thanks for the TJs suggestion. I have had their Greek yogurt and it is really good. Unfortunately TJs is often out of it, at least in the city, but when I’m there and so am I-we have a mutual love affair.
Hannah: I strain it overnight so it comes out really thick, if you want it to be the same consistency as Greek yogurt, I would just let it strain for 20ish minutes.
Soup, salad and homemade biscuits
Nectar of the gods
Oatmeal with almond milk and strawberries
Coffee w/Stevia and lowfat milk