Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Old Tricks

The Captain is up to his old tricks again. And by old tricks, I mean COOKING BIG ASS DINNERS. Last night it was Filet Mignon, stuffed mushrooms and broccoli. Basically healthy (minus the mushrooms). And tonight there is something special on the menu too. I'm a lucky ducky :)

Not much else to report.
Ran 3 miles this morning sans Big G.

10 more days until my half marathon.
20 more days until Hawaii.

Now is NOT the time to start eating poorly.

Song of the day: My Sharona by The Knack


Viv said...

Yummy, that Cap is such a keeper!
Focus, Focus, should have read your blog before I ate a so called heathly taco. I tried wheat tortilla and turkey, with low fat cheese.

teacherwoman said...

10 more days, wahoo!

Marcy said...

The Captain needs to come over here and cook for me too :P Daaaaannnggg sounds good!

My Life said...

Okay... my Captain definitely needs some lessons from yours in the kitchen. Lucky girl you are.

And you are too funny with the 'girls poop.' I think my husband is still in denial and thus, I get no sympathy. What, you're having GI issues? Lalalalalala.....

Sydney said...

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Christine said...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! That means 10 more days until mine too! Im SCREWED! haha. Good luck! I'll tell the captain to lay off the gourmet dinners and you tell my husband to stop baking cookies! lol

Amy@RunnersLounge said...

What a lovely old trick to have....

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Unknown said...

You are a lucky ducky! :-)

the Bag Lady said...

Filet mignon sounds fabulous. If the Bag Lady wants filet, we're gonna have to slaughter a steer.

(Weight) Loser said...

Thank you for all of the running advice. About a year and a half ago I was running between 25 and 30 miles a week--alternating 6 and 3 miles 6 days a week. I was trying to lose weight for a surgery. After my surgery, I had a hard time getting back into it. I am fully healthy now--I just seem to really be having a hard time getting my distance back up!! I am, however, going to do those shin excercises!!! Every little bit helps!! Thanks!!

Sarah said...

Filet Mignon?!! You ARE a lucky girl!!

You CAN focus!

katieo said...

So uh, did you take the survey ;)

My husband cooks too. And is REALLY good at it. It's a blessing and a curse. (mostly a curse because he loves to bake)

Tigerlilly said... sounds like he is spoiling you rotten! Lucky girl!

Congrats on the run!

P.s. your song of the day is stuck in my head.... ('my, my, my, my, my, whoooooo!)

Nancy said...

Lucky Ducky. I have one too. It's does make it hard to diet though.

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