I ate a scone.
I ate a delicious blueberry scone, and in that moment, it's all I wanted to eat for the rest of my life. But then I realized that was probably my inner carbivore talking and didn't eat one for lunch, dinner, and snacks the rest of the day like I originally wanted to. I did, however, decide that I want to try my hand at making scones this weekend.
On a side note, just the word "scone" keeps reminding me of this scene from FRIENDS. (Basically every situation in life reminds me of a scene from FRIENDS, so this isn't exactly shocking).
I remembered around the holidays when Gina mentioned her proudest moment in the kitchen was when she made her delicious-looking pomegranate orange scones, and I've decided I'm going to try out this recipe. Since I'm a wimp when it comes to seeds, though, I think I'm going to sub the pomegranate arils for fresh cranberries instead (Gina's suggestion). Review to come on Monday :)
|My mouth is watering!|
Last week I put in an order from Amazon for more bags for shipping items from my shop. The cost of the bags was around $13 and the shipping cost was around $12. Since I'm a cheapskate, there's no way in poop I was going to pay that amount for shipping. I realized it was cheaper for me to add another item to my order to get the free shipping than it was for me to pay this shipping charge, so I finally ordered an item that's been on my wish list for a long long time.
|The New Rules of Lifting for Women|
I realized this week that I do what I can to "get through" the cardio part of workouts to get to the weights and other fun stuff, so I'm psyched to delve into this book...and to get my awesome shoulders back :)
And now, because I know you've been missing cute dog photos, here's one for you.
|Hi Mom, this is a nice chair. Hey, where'd Rocco go?|
Also, I learned a lesson.
Never wash your sports bra with a fluffy blanket.
Don't say I never told ya.