Friday, January 6, 2012

Fried Friday

Whew! We made it to Friday! Even though it was a short week it did not feel that way at all. We got some very sad news yesterday (can't elaborate) and it made for a pretty somber evening. It affected my hunger too so I just nibbled on some lunch meat and cheese and then celery and peanut butter for evening snack. 

I ended up going to bed at 8:30 p.m. and was able to finish A Place of Yes. What a great book! I am too fried to give you a review of it so I will hold off until I can do it properly. I started reading Moose: A Memoir of Fat Camp I personally attended two different weight loss camps in my teens so I think I will totally be able to identify with her experiences. I need to write a post about the second WLC I went to where I met Carnie Wilson and her cousin, Jonah. Fun times...

No big plans for the weekend.  Part of me just wants to hibernate until Monday but that is not an option. I will see my mom on Saturday most likely. She needs a new fridge and dishwasher and is overwhelmed at the task of picking one out and purchasing it. She is the shopping Master so it is surprising that she is hesitating at all but times have changed apparently.  She is trying a new medication so hopefully that will provide some clarity for her. Hope you guys have a great weekend! Until next time...


  1. So sorry you had sad news Katie, here's a HUG for you!!

  2. Awww! Sorry for whatever sad news came your way. Hugs!

  3. Hugs Katie. You are in my thoughts.

  4. Girl, I was overwhelmed when we bought our new dishwasher last year...they've "improved" things so much that it's no longer a simple decision.

    Sorry about your bad news...

  5. Katie, I truly hope your Friday was better than your Thursday:) Still thinking of you and sending more sunshine and happiness your way.

  6. Katie, I'm sorry to hear you got bad news yesterday.

  7. Katie, sorry to hear you received bad news. Whatever it is, I hope things are okay.

    That sounds like a really good book you're reading (Moose). I just finished Sean Anderson's book, 'Transformation Road'. Omg, if you haven't heard of this or read this yet, you have to!

    Many blessings.


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