Gina at the Orange Cat mixed me up a blended caramel iced coffee. So good that the guy behind me said “I’ll have what she’s having!” Could be the start if something good!!! Have a yummy day!
Starbucks Christmas Blend and a handy refillable “K” filter:
Brewed in my Keurig, Christmas is a quick sip!
Have a yummy day!
- 12 Days of Starbucks Christmas (dailysavings.allyou.com)
- Starbucks Delicious Pairings with Holiday Blend (mommyhatescooking.com)
- Starbucks Singapore Rekindle the Joy (goldandfabulous.wordpress.com)
At 6:15 AM I saw the light on at Panera as I was I driving to work. Yes, I know it’s Saturday…
Much to my delight, Brittany was ready for me.
Dark roast with milk. Check.
Thank you Brittany!
Which leads me to one of my favorite TV ads for Labatt Beer:
Three years ago I began contemplating surgery to help me lose weight. I tried everything imaginable including hypnosis which cost nearly $2,000. It started out well but ended up only helping me fall asleep…during sessions!
I was actually cleared for it once but couldn’t pull the trigger and let the six month window close. I could do this on my own, damn it! So I tried a few more things then started seeing a nutritionist named Maria Weber.
I wrote about my personal epiphany here. You don’t really know when the moment happens until it is past because it may seem familiar to others that preceded it.
This is my dad and I the day of my senior prom. I was almost 18 years old but for my entire teenage life I was convinced I was fat. Look at me. Am I fat?
I was never skinny and my nearly 5’2″ body could never look like the models in Glamour Magazine. But fat? I had to rethink all that I KNEW to be true when my mother gave me a photo album when I turned 50 and got my Master’s.
Picture after picture I just saw a dark eyed curly haired girl having fun. How did I allow myself to think this? Then, it became a self fulfilling prophesy.
This is the last picture that set the course of my life. Here I am, October 2010 at a swim meet at Fairfield University.
It was time.
I went back to my doctor with an entirely new mind set. To say I was fully invested almost undervalues the actual change I went through. Eventually I put food into its rightful place. Something to fuel my body, enjoy cooking and sharing with friends and something cool to get to write about. It no longer rules my world. It brings me joy.
Here I am today. I’m pretty darned happy with the way I feel and look. I am going to lose another 20 pounds before I go to France next summer.
And, guess what? One of the ways I have done it is to have the above pictured coffee roll every weekend. I’m just living life?
Have a yummy day!
The last time I was at Mom’s for breakfast I’m sure my father paid. So, it’s been a really long time. I remember coming here when I would go with him to work on the weekend when his Oldsmobile dealership was just down the street on Military Road.
I ordered the #7 which includes coffee or tea (I love the little coffee carafe set on my table), 2 eggs (I get mine over easy so I can dip my Italian toast into the yoke), ham, bacon or sausage and home fries.