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our plans changed last night but we still had a yummy dinner at bombay bistro - i had a samosa, garlic naan, and chicken nilgiri khorma (tender pieces of chicken cooked with cilantro and spiced up green masala)... it was very tasty and i only ate half so i can have the rest for dinner tonight - mmm mmm... because the movie didn't start til 9:40, we decided it would make a late evening and plan on seeing it over the weekend instead (matinee = cheaper tickets)... we watched two episodes of 'creature comforts' which is the most hilarious show ever on CBS (tuesday nights at 8:00) - its clay animation and uses human voices and the bodies of various animals... its just very funny so if you need a good laugh, check it out... :o)

i normally don't comment much on commercials but i saw one this morning that disturbed me - it was for kellogg's special k with berries (my fav cereal, by the way)... it showed this very thin girl, getting ready for work, and her stomach was growling - the voice over said, "don't try to lose weight by starving yourself, have a healthy breakfast instead"... she couldn't have been more than a size 4/6 and nowhere near overweight or needing to lose weight... and i know it happens all the time on tv and in magazines but this is the first time i really paid attention and was bothered by it... let me know if any of you see it over the weekend and tell me what you think...

anyhoo, i didn't post my top 5 last week so let me do that now - enjoy!

—if you're afraid to get a tattoo, what about one for your car

—are you craving something in particular? if so, check out why here
—how much do you know about the sunscreen you're using?
—if you're looking for a workout partner, check out girls gotta move
—what's your fitness horoscope?

i hope you all have a glorious weekend and enjoy the outdoors! :o)

iportion  – (5:30 PM)  

mmmmmm the bistro sounds yum

TrixieBelden  – (10:21 PM)  

I totally know what you are talking about with that Kellogg's commercial. I thought the same thing, but I haven't mentioned it to anyone yet. It really disturbs me because she is way too thin (I'm thinking more like a 2/4) to need to lose weight. Unfortunately they are preaching to a lot of thin women who want to lose weight. It sends such a bad message. Food companies have a responsibility to send out realistic messages to the public. Kellogg's spends butt loads of money on advertising and that message is reaching millions of women. It's sad.

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