Tuesday, January 20, 2009


I apologize.  My mind hasn't been on blogging lately.  

You see, there's a thing coming up.  A dress-up thing.  A "buy a new dress" dress-up thing.  The last time I bought a new dress-up dress was for my sister-in-law's wedding over 2 years ago.  I got it at Ross.  For $10.  It was cheap, but it looked good.  And, it was a tad on the short side, so I hand quilted a friend's quilt in exchange for free alterations.  Anyway, I'm excited for this new opportunity to look good in a new dress.  

But, I've got a problem.  I already want to lose a few "vanity pounds."  And...

...there's this home-made chocolate cake smothered in delicious creamy chocolate frosting (lovingly made the way only Grandpa can make it) in my refrigerator...

...saying, "[Token Asian Friend]!  I know you are technically Asian and shouldn't enjoy such rich gooey chocolaty goodness, but you have the stomach of an ox.  You should eat mutiple pieces today."

So, I did.

This is my dilemma.  And I came up with a compromise...

Blog less, exercise more, eat whatever I want.

Don't worry, I'm not going to go all *Mary* on you (*Mary*, come back!), but I just need to find a way to have my:



So, if it is OK with you, I will blog only once every 3-4 days, instead of once every two.  At least until the chocolate cake (and all other chocolate candy in my house) mysteriously disappears.  Or, until I look dang good in a new dress.  Or both.


Ruth said...

that cake seriously was so good! thanks again for the fun dinner, dessert, and games!

and good luck on your blog less, exercise more, look good, eat anything diet. does doing the drums on rock star count as exercise?

Karen said...

this will make me sad... I ((heart)) your blog.

Now I kinda feel like you're my

[Token(1/2)Asian (1/2) Friend]



micah e. said...

You should just figure out a way to blog while you exercise. Like, get one of those kids to type as you dictate from the treadmill or something.

Kristina P. said...

Less TAF? Boo.

michellejohnnie said...

Just go run 5 miles everyday - like old times!!! That should assist in the process!

Token Asian Friend said...

Better 5 mile than those ridiculous 11 mile days. I really strongly disliked those days!