h two, four, six, ate: Ok, I get the message

28 March, 2007


Ok, I get the message

msg 1:
Mum called last night. She was in a particularly chatty mood about her day. It kind of went like this:

'I went to the airport to see Nanay off, caught a train back home with your tita . I just got back now' (it was 7.30pm)

What took you so long?

'Oh, your tita and I went shopping. You know, we bought this DVD that your tita R recommended. She says its really good. It's an exercise DVD. She does it every day, it only takes 45 mins. Your tita E is burning it for me and I'll give it to you, ok? Oh, Dancing with the Stars is on. Ok, see you later. '


msg 2:
Then, this morning, my sister calls:

'You wanna go kayaking on saturday morning?'

yeah, sure. I call out to Mr D who has his bike out in the hallway, hey, are you off mountain biking now?

'I noticed that Mr D looked a lot slimmer on Sunday. Maybe it was his pink shirt.'

In the background, Mr D calls out that he's hot. I reply, 'Ok, yeah, you are babe.'

'You know, you really should exercise everyday.'

I do. I go for a run/walk everyday.

'Yeah, but I bet you're having a big fat hot chocolate right now'


*msg 3*
Open my emails this morning. First one on the list, a special email from Jenny Craig.

OK, I get the message.

And while we're on the topic, I emailed the following article, Couples and kilos - is living together a recipe for becoming overweight? to Mr D. The article clearly explains why I've gained 10 kilos in the past 7 years! I quote:

"While some research suggests the first year of living together is a time of increased risk of weight gain for both sexes, a review of research into the eating habits of cohabiting and married couples in the UK, USA and Australia found that in general, women came off worse. Although men often picked up healthier food habits when they moved in with a woman, women ended up eating more foods high in fat and sugar, and put on weight"

Too right!!! Someone then complains about her partner's "English stodge" diet, and I again yell out, TOO RIGHT! I rarely ate very heavy meals consisting of mash, gravy, chips, lasagne, etc until Mr D arrived. I then had to cater my diet to suit his as it didn't make sense to have 2 different meals every night. And I started eating a lot later as well. I was just getting fired up when I suddenly received the following message from Mr D:

'I knew it was all your fault' :P


I loved the comment about people gaining "happy fat" when they move in together. It's like cellulite in the shape of a smiley face. *lol*

Hey, where do you get your hot chocolate from? The Valhrona is too expensive for me to buy often, and I'm the only one who drinks it so either I end up consuming the entire pack or at least half goes to waste. :-(
Hey Kat!

I grab my hot choc from a local cafe every morning. They use belgian choc which I believe SJ will sell as well. I am tempted to buy a huge bag so I can make it myself every morning.

BTW: I tried the Valhrona chocolate sauce last week and it was delicious! Gone in one hit! Thanks, now I am addicted.

Good words.
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