May 21, 2010
I recently made some corn muffins and had a couple while they were still hot. Mmmm. I left them on the back of the stove cooling (silly me). I must have left the room for something, next thing I know, I hear this odd scraping sound and in true Georgia fashion she has pulled the pan of cooling muffins to the front of the stove and started eating. She only got the muffin top by the time I discovered her, but she was certainly feeling pretty good about her little snack.
I think this will go along with the chocolate cake, bundt cake and pumpkin bread in the “Georgia Eats” hall of honor.
Case of the missing muffin top
May 11, 2010
I’ve added a widget with a number in it to the blog page. What’s this number for? This is the number of times Georgia has done something that she really shouldn’t that I could’ve stopped but didn’t because I forgot to lock up the refrigerator or the garbage cabinet. [awesome runon sentence] I’ve written about this before in the Operator Error post. Here’s a bit of nostalgia and I think Oscar and Georgia would get along really well.
May 2, 2010
I’m participating in the Wegmans Eat Well Live Well challenge through my employer. I’ve decided to set a goal this year, above and beyond the eating 5 cups of fruits and vegetables and 10,000 steps a day. My goal is to lose 10 lbs.
Now, those of you who know me may say that you don’t think I need to lose any weight. And maybe in your eyes, I don’t, but in my eyes, my winter weight is still with me and my clothes are just a teeny bit too tight for my liking. I’m also tacking on a few extra lbs so that I can feel that I’ve accomplished something bigger.
Having a goal is a worthy endeavour and by saying it out load here I will feel accountable. I don’t want this to be something I let slide, just because I can or because I’m not really “overweight”. Each individual person has there own expectations and goals. In this matter, mine is to lose 10 lbs over the next 8 weeks. Wish me luck.