Week 10: Stuff is falling

Posted in: Design, health, nutrition, weight loss- Feb 19, 2014 3 Comments

Stuff is falling! Liver levels are falling*. Weight is falling. Even waffles are falling…(?) Luckily, I as a whole, am managing not to. I found out my hip pain (did I mention I had hip pain?) is bursitis which is related to, if not caused by, abnormal patella tracking (a kneecap that won’t stay in place […]

Week 7: If you can…

Posted in: human behavior, life, weight loss- Jan 29, 2014 2 Comments

I don’t have much to say this week but what I do have to say is important. To my friends: please know how much you mean to me. To my family: please know how much I cherish you. To my cats: I love you!  Without each and every one of you, nothing would be possible. […]

Grateful Heart: Days 16, 17, and 18

Posted in: life- Dec 19, 2011 Comments Off on Grateful Heart: Days 16, 17, and 18

I have been remiss in my gratitude posts. Not because I haven’t had much to be grateful for — but because I have had so much to be grateful for! So forgive me if I lump a few days into one stream-of-thought gratitude-dump. For these last three days I am grateful for my friends. I am […]

Grateful Heart: Day 9

Posted in: life- Dec 10, 2011 Comments Off on Grateful Heart: Day 9

Today I am grateful for sugar. Yes sugar! You can do so many great things with it—especially around the holidays. Perhaps it’s the holidays I love. Perhaps it’s that they give me a good reason to go sugar crazy or perhaps it’s the other way around. Either which way, I love sugar and I love […]

Grateful Heart: Day 2

Posted in: life- Dec 04, 2011 Comments Off on Grateful Heart: Day 2

I’m having to write this a day after the fact because by the time I got home last night, there was so much to be thankful for that I didn’t think I would be able to stay awake long enough to do it all justice. Starting at the very beginning: I’m grateful for learning how […]

Good times

Posted in: Design- Aug 29, 2010 Comments Off on Good times

Firstly, I have to say this week was NOT a successful one for the size of my waist but it was great in so many ways. Bookclub: Little Bee – an excellent and rich for conversation – book. What’s a white anglosaxon doing writing the voices of a young female from Nigeria and another older […]