Tuesday, January 29, 2008

this 'n that

This was dinner tonight...Stonyfield farms fat free vanilla yoghurt with frozen and thawed berries(raspberries, blackberries and strawberries) on top. Eaten with a graham cracker. *sigh* diet food. Yep.

Anyways, I spun a whole 'nother bobbin of singles(I'm filling my four bobbins and then making them all into two-ply, as opposed to spinning two and plying them) Once I get all this roving spun up I'll have a lot of yarn, assuming everything I make from now on is usable. Still have no idea what to make of it though. I'll figure it out.

Oh! Very happy news! One of my favourite directors, Baz Luhrmann, is *finally* coming out with a new movie, Australia. His previous movies were Strictly Ballroom, Romeo & Juliet and Moulin Rouge. All Brilliant and very original movies. Not everyone's cup of tea, though. I'm very excited.

Oh yeah. Nutritionist appt tomorrow...back to Rochester :-P Then baking for church (cookies+diet=bad, but i'm going to try very, very hard to be good)

4 comments:

rckidteacher said...

You can do it!! What if you bake something lowfat or fat free for church. You will do better than having to find the will power to fight it. Will power is a farce in my oppinion.

MammyT said...

God Bless you in your quest for a healthier body. It is such a battle for some of us! But here's a question: Do you have to "bake", bake for church? Why not yogurt and fruit or something equally sensible? You'd not only be helping you, but everyone else!
Love,
Nancy

Kristin said...

It may not be the sweetest or the chocolateyest (is that a word?), but that yogurt & berries sure looks tasty and refreshing :) How about blending it with the berries & a little splenda and freezing it to make ice cream :) yummmmmmmm

Kristin :)
http://homegrownrose.typepad.com/reclaimingthehome/

MammyT said...

Back again on Saturday to say:
"How goes the battle?" I'm praying for you.
Love,
Nancy