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Monday, September 14, 2009

and the list goes on.

I'm a list person & all of a sudden, my lists have sublists and there are pages of pages in my all encompassing notebook of to-do's. One is this blog. I have a few posts mulling in my head that need to be written. 
So here are some sneak-peeks. 
a) a blog about my sweet sister, Katie - 
Ruby, whatever you want to call her. 
It's her birthday tomorrow & I could write about 30,000 words 
about her but a shorter post will definitely come. 
b) my new little business/blog. 
My etsy store is slowwwwly getting built & the domain name 
is bought for the all-in-one website. I can't wait to tell you all more about it. 
c) p90x & eating clean, complete with a guest blogger - Mrs. Kalle Stinson. 
I'll tell you two snippets: I threw up twice today during my workout (that is for real) & I can't find a way to make myself like cottage cheese. Any suggestions? 
& lastly - d) some Connolly kid updates. 
Those cuties are just amazing. 
yada, yada, yada - I love them. 

ok, stay tuned for all that thrilling stuff - alright? 


michelle said...

wow! that's one intense workout! keep it up, girl!
and cottage cheese (i'm with you in this one)...dave and elias like it with fruit, obvi, like cantaloupe or watermelon, and i've even seen people spread it on top of bread. but i don't know if those suggestions work in the p90x parameters :)
and when naptime diaries goes global, i'll be like "pssh. i have an original..." ;)

Iris said...

My recommendation on cottage cheese--bake it into a cheese cake. :) (You can also blend it until smooth, add Splenda and vanilla extract for a fruit dip)

1 cup FF cottage cheese
1 cup egg substitute
12 oz FF cream cheese
3 TBSP Splenda
1 TBSP Vanilla
1 RF Graham Cracker Crust (or make your own)

In a blender, mix the cottage cheese and egg substitute together – it will become smooth. Add in blocks of cream cheese a little at a time. Then add in the Splenda and vanilla. Pour into the crust and bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

Leigh said...

oh I am so excited for all the new posts!!!

My cousin eats cottage cheese with pineapple.

christy said...

I hate cottage cheese. bad childhood experience.

kalle said...

i just don't think we're SUPPOSED t o eat anything that looks like cottage cheese

kim said...

i'm so proud of you on all counts. you are so motivated right now! awesome! can i have some of that?!