Fruit In Mouth.
- Get fruit
- Put it in your mouth
- Take photo
- End Hate
Join the Fruit In Mouth movement on Facebook or on Tumblr.
The Lime has run into some trouble with the name of their awesome restaurant. Apparently another restaurant chain has trademarked that name, so they have to rename their restaurant. They are having a contest to let their fans rename it, and the person who picks the name they decide to go with will get a $1000 gift certificate to the Ciccio Restaurant Group restaurants. I love these restaurants! I think I’m hitting up Ciccio’s tomorrow with my fitness guru friend Christie B.
Check out The Lime’s Facebook page and download the “Rename the Lime” app to enter, or go to www.renamethelime.com to leave your suggestion. The deadline is Monday, November 26th.
If you are local, join me for this awesome FREE workout on November 11th:
I’m excited about this website and mobile app. I’m also psyched to work out with Fitz Koehler (of The Morning Mile fame) as well as to try several different workouts and meet some other local trainers and fitness enthusiasts. I met one of the trainers who will be leading a workout when I went to the peerFit Tampa launch party at Seasons 52 and he said he’s going to do “Shabam”, which is a LesMills group fitness class that I’ve never tried.
Here’s how peerFit is described on the peerFit Facebook page: peerFit lets you search for the hottest fitness classes in your area. peerFit empowers you giving you a single source for finding the best gyms, greatest group fitness classes, and delivers the inside scoop on the most effective workouts. Accessible online and as an app, peerFit bridges the gap between personal fitness software and social networking. Users can subscribe and give feedback on group fitness classes at local gyms and recreational facilities. peerFit lets you follow athlete’s and team’s workouts. Create groups of fitness friends to share your own routines and invite friends to workout with them. Fitness instructors and trainers are able to upload, easily modify, and save their workouts. Visit www.peerfit.com and login with Facebook.
Several sweet bloggy friends have given me blogger awards recently.
Liz from Liz’s Fantabulous Day and Beka from Rebecca Roams both bestowed upon me the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”.
Nicole from A Scrapper Mom’s World gave me the “Liebster Award” which is supposed to go to your favorite bloggers with less than 200 followers!
Both of these awards come with things you are supposed to do, like thank the blogger who gave it to you (thank you all!), answer questions or give some information about yourself, and pay it forward. I am really honored that you guys thought of me and I LOVE YOU ALL (and everybody should read these ladies’ blogs!), but I am terrible at following through with these things. I always broke chain letters as a kid. I can’t follow the rules, but I want you to know that I really appreciate it!
And now, with less randomness, yesterday and today happened.
Walked Mack to school.
Wrote two blog posts:
Chevy Fit4Life Tour – Moms2Be Edition
Tampa Bay Lady Bloggers October Meet-up at PDQ St. Petersburg
Got fingerprinted at Northeast High School. This is a new requirement for our school district for school volunteers if you are ever going to be at a school sanctioned event with students unsupervised, like if you are driving a vehicle on a field trip.
Delivered a wedding gift to a friend whose wedding I attended in June. Better late than never, right?
p.s. I got them a Yonanas machine.
I went on the family evening walk (so total exercise yesterday was walking around 4 miles).
Chad walked Chewie so I could take photos of all of our neighbor’s Halloween decorations.
Once the boys got to bed we watched the debate. It was entertaining. Two weeks to go!
Walked Mack to school.
Went for a ten mile bike ride.
Planned meals for the rest of the week.
Volunteered at school.
Fun event that Christie B. (fitness guru of Karna Fitness and Baby Boot Camp and Health and Wellness Chairperson for our PTA) has organized:
Mack had lunch in his classroom today.
Outfit of the Volunteering Day (OOTVD):
(I made that t-shirt in college when I worked at a screen printing shop…like 1989?)
My spooky Halloween jewelry:
(okay, this is actually a Hannah Montana necklace)
(cute bracelet made by my friend Cindy who moved away to Wisconsin…always think of her when I pull this out of the Halloween box each year)
($1.99 spider ring that is now gone. I’ve had it a couple of years, but at some point today the spider disappeared and I realized I was only wearing a tin band. Also, a pentagram ring that I bought at a thrift shop. It’s actually some sort of Masonic symbol, but I liked it.)
I thought this was going to be a granola bar, but it was actually more like a brownie. Win.
Went by the Trek Store of St. Petersburg to try on cycling jerseys. NONE of them fit me. Not even the men’s. Too fat. Must start tracking my food again. Bleh. However, I did see this sign and I think I’m going to take the boys to this:
Went by Publix.
Bought this for lunch #2:
So, so good. May just stay fat because food is good.
Bought this to make with dinner:
Other groceries from my haul:
After I came home and ate that sandwich I picked Mack up from school. We came home for a little while and then I took him to the dentist. I left him there and went to pick Cal up from school.
Then I took Cal to the dentist. I meant to take a picture at the dentist’s office, but apparently I forgot. No cavities, but both boys need to go see the orthodontist. Joy.
Okay, that’s all I got.
I am probably going to take a little blog break for a few days. Maybe. I’m moving my blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org with the help of my blog
crush friend Sarah Kimmel of Technology for Mommies. I’m not sure if and when it will be offline. I’m enlisting her expertise so that I don’t screw everything up. This blog is sort of my baby and is definitely my new age scrapbook. I don’t want to lose anything.