22 Comments on “Now where’s that treadmill?”

  1. #1
    Glenda Thorne

    OM Goodness, I’ve gained 10 pounds just looking at that “yummy” , not good for me but I want some food.

  2. #2
    Susan Ringler

    OK, I just have to ask— where did all those beautiful treats come from? Did you guys bake all those? How did you get such a great variety???

    Hope your day was wonderful as you!

  3. #4

    What I would give for the metabolism of a 12 year old boy!!!!! Heck, I would give anything for the metabolism of anyone younger than my mid-fifty years! Those treats look absolutely scrumptious. Thank goodness there are no calories consumed when you eat with your eyes, so many thanks for the visual treat – I thoroughly enjoyed it!

  4. #6
    Kristi Sikora-Blankenship

    You always make me laugh. I decided to weigh today (before sitting in the car for 13 hours) and I about cried….. how can something that took me soooo long to achieve slide so far out of reach so quickly??? Now I am sitting here brewing about my end of year failure…. but also making a plan for how to pull it back together and not get this out of control ever again. Brought everything I need to prepare for your class on this trip. Very eager to join you on the journey. Also reading Ravenous which I bought on your suggestion a long time ago…… thanks for allowing me to realize I am not alone and that I can get this all under control somehow. Peace in 2012.
    Kristi Sikora-Blankenship

  5. #8

    Im right there with you Kristi. Seriously. : )
    Although today, I woke up with a tender stomach, which has been happening for the past three days actually, so I feel like I dont want to eat, nor can I run. See you in class! : )

  6. #9

    yes, my 16 year old is is heaven with all of the sweet treats in our kitchen. Me, I felt like yuk after eating too much and the wrong things yesterday. Today I am wondering why we feel the need to surround ourselves with sugar at Christmas. Tradition?

  7. #11

    “…and the metabolism of a 12-year-old boy.” Ha! I should be so lucky! I gained 2 pounds just looking at that photo of those scrumptious cookies. πŸ™‚ I don’t plan on standing on a scale until Jan. 1st 2012, when I’ll be joining you for your Move Well Eat Well class. “See” you then!

  8. #15
    Bea Medwecky

    Love this photo. You are so lucky/cursed to have such a great baker in your family! OK, your photo was the last push I needed to take your class. I had been debating wether to sign up or not. I don’t do well with year-long classes. Some weird quirk about not finishing anything I start. But seeing all those scrumpcious cookies and knowing that I don’t feel well when I eat them, gave me the push to sign up. I WILL, I WILL sign up for your class this week.

    Here’s to a year of feeling well.

  9. #17

    This is the exact same table of sweets my sister had yesterday… and there I sat lookingly longingly with the stomache flu. UGH! I’ve lost ten pounds in 3 days. It’s one way not to overindulgence over Xmas but I don’t recommend it.

  10. #18

    The cookies look great. Our family is finishing up the holiday with one last round of our annual Festival of Cheese. It is just as dangerous as sweets. I hope to get one or two days of jogging in before attempting to step on the scale.

  11. #19

    Lol Cathy – even the 12 year old is looking a tad green around the gills …. and I can understand why!

  12. #20

    wow look at all those cookies, so yummy. we are making cookies on Weds. and I always plan it so each of my kids make 8 and that’s it. None for me and they get two a day till they are gone. How do you resist all these? Stay on that treadmill, lol

  13. #22
    Barb in AK

    Oooo La La! I’m glad they are at your house! I’d probably eat them all before the new year :-O

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