Who here has been personally victimized by cinnamon toast crunch?
And by victimized, I mean that in the most flattering way possible. When I was a kid, sugary cereals were not allowed in our house, except for the exceedingly rare box of, you guessed it, cinnamon toast crunch. I can remember eating it for not only breakfast, but dessert and for dinner when I could convince our babysitter that it was "healthy" because it had 25% of my daily vitamin B.
Safe to say that was not the most convincing argument.
How are you guys doing this week? What with winter storm Jonas fast approaching and everything. I went to Trader Joe's yesterday to grab a couple of things and kids it was MOBBED beyond all belief. Good thing I got the essentials: shelf stable Indian, wine, chocolate, wine (yes I did mention wine twice). Since we are estimated to get around 18 inches here, I have made the bold move to evacuate to NYC and bunker down with some Netflix and blogging.
And maybe a blanket fort. Yes most definitely a blanket fort.
Brace yourselves. The nor'easter is coming.
In case you have had the absolute pleasure of never have experienced a nor'easter, let me be the first to introduce you. It essentially is a storm that, along with rain or snow, packs a SUCKER PUNCH TO YOUR FACE amount of wind. They are probably the least fun storms on the planet when you're outside, namely because they make playing in the snow lose its luster. They also make shoveling the driveway a pain. The snow just keeps blowing back!
But honestly, when isn't shoveling the driveway a pain?
Welcome to my newest love!
I am a little obsessed with links and finding interesting articles to read. I spend so much time reading pieces, then sending them to all of my Facebook friends but not remembering who I sent them to. Therefore, once a week, I want to show you guys what I'm finding interesting on the internets. It's a sharing of the wealth so to speak (and what is wrong with that?) Care to join me will you?
January can be considered a tale of two months
On the one hand, there are all of these commercials and advertisements telling us that we need to get healthy. And they are probably the most ANNOYING thing ever. Don't get me wrong, I love Marie Osmond to death. The Nutrisystem commercials are something I'm ready to let go.
Especially when they impede on my daily hour of The Barefoot Contessa.
Jeffrey and Ina forever.
23. Recent Grad. Human Vegetable Disposal. Putting the Chic in Chickpea.