Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Just when I thought that it was finally safe, and all of the temptations of the Valentine holiday had finally disappeared, they had to bring out my biggest weakness of all….
CADBURY CREME EGGS!!!!
It’s just not fare, I can’t help myself at the checkout counter. I have to pick up at least one every time I’m standing in line…why can't they just hide them at the back of the store so I'm not so damn tempted!
I have to admit that one of my favorite memories of this little piece of heaven isn't actually eating way too many of them on Easter morning as a child, but instead the 90's commercials that features a little white bunny who clucks like a chicken. Easter time just wouldn't not be the same without that little guy.
Advertising at its finest!
P.S. I might also be partial to this furry creature as he resembles my bunny as a child, Charlotte Rose. You might question her name, but at least I didn't call her Bunny. Charlotte's Web may or may not have been my favorite book at the time :)
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Smalls: Some more of what?
Ham Porter: No, do you want a s'more?
Smalls: I haven't had anything yet... so how can I have some more of nothing?
Ham Porter: You're killing me, Smalls! These are s'mores stuff. Okay, pay attention. First you take the graham. You stick the chocolate on the graham. Then, you roast the mallow. When the mallow's flaming, you stick it on the chocolate. Then you cover it with the other en
Best part of being sick? No one can judge you for laying in bed and watching movies for days straight! I love The Sandlot. Mmmmmm, I want a s'more :)
Monday, January 25, 2010
“Well, somebody has to arrange the matches,
Young people can't decide these things themselves.
She might bring someone wonderful, someone interesting, well off, and important!
Make me a match,
Find me a find,
catch me a catch
Look through your book,
And make me a perfect match!!”
Ok, so maybe I’m not as much a matchmaker as I am a wingman, but this was definitely my role for the weekend. Three for three in one night with my girlfriends! I’m just going to come out and say it, I’m AWESOME!
A few memorable quotes from all of the shenanigans…
S: Alright, we need a plan.
B: Well, normally I would just wear a lower cut shirt but obviously that isn’t an option.
(There may or may not have been an attempt to lower ones cardigan before initiating said plan)
SK: I just bumped into a poll and apologized….
(She claims to be completely sober since she was drinking water all night, but I think she may have still been drunk from our little escapade the night before.)
J: I should wear sweats to the bar more often.
(J was a trooper and came to the bar after her indoor soccer game, I think her sporty glow and bandana is what helped her land her hottie!)
Please look out for my new reality show this fall on Bravo, Media Girls Matchmaker! :)
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Alright, I have to admit I’ve been on a bit of sabbatical as of late, but I’m back! And with some interesting insight if I do say so myself.
I have recently discovered that my obsession with television has indeed had a direct positive effect on my weight. That’s right, because I love to watch television and have become a loyal fan to so many new shows I have recently started losing weight. Now, I’m sure you’re wondering how me watching massive amounts of television can have any positive physical effect to my body but let me enlighten you.
Since Time Warner Cable sucks and only allows for you to record two shows at a time (yes Mom and Dad, I’m extremely jealous of your unlimited recording ability with AT&T) and I can’t justify having a DVR in the living room and bedroom that are only inches from each other, my viewing abilities have become somewhat limited. My solution; record as many shows as possible and watch what I can’t record at the gym! My new couch has become the elliptical/treadmill/bike downstairs at the gym in my building! Every night after work I now plan my evening by checking the guide on my television and deciding what time I need to arrive at the gym so there are no conflicts on my DVR. Also, since most of the shows are an hour long I end up working out longer than I usually would and time goes by so fast. It’s great!
Not only do I not miss any of my favorite shows, I also get to enjoy what my neighboring treadmill buddy is watching as well! Which just so happened to be the Ohio State vs. Perdue basketball game last night I would have otherwise not been aware of. I had the best of both worlds; listening to the premiere of American Idol on my television while creeping on my neighbor and watching the bball game. I have to admit that the Buckeyes started doing so well that they trumped Idol and I did eventually switch the game to my television to watch them come back and win! (How ‘bout Turner and those Buckeyes!!?)
Anyway, my advice to all you TV lovers out there is to get off your couch and head to the gym. Watching television can turn into a healthy lifestyle!