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I'm honoured to be included on the site. Here's the link for my interview.
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How's the No Eating Out For January Challenge Going?
We've had some excitement at our house this week. The Mr. and I had a pretty nasty cold. The kind where you stay up until 5am because you threw out the cold medicine that had expired and you can't sleep. Luckily I had The Gilmore Girls to keep me company. Watching it first as a 16 year old girl and then again as a 30 year old mom was a pretty enlightening experience.
Being sick meant that our No Eating Out in January Challenge actually became challenging. We had to cancel on family dinner and didn't have a meal planned. We were exhausted and didn't feel like cooking. Plus, I swear that if I could have just bought one donut I would have been instantly healed.
But, I'm happy to say we made it through the tough patch. I'm grateful for the Little Miss for suggesting toast for dinner one night. I love you sweetie and your limited vocabulary.
The No Eating Out Challenge meant that we had to make something to eat at home. The option for take out just wasn't there.
What About You?
Has anyone else been sick lately?
What's your go to meal when you're just not into cooking?
Any Gilmore Girls fans?
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