• Breaking Bad

    October 25, 2011

    Good morning! It’s a hot-mug-of-coffee morning here!

    Well, technically, it was my only option for coffee. Mal finished off the last of the iced coffee this morning, so it was hot coffee or nothin’ for me. I actually like switching it up between iced and hot coffee once the weather gets cold, so I really don’t miss my iced coffee all that much.

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    Breakfast also included an egg white sandwich with sliced deli ham and melted pepper jack cheese and some grapes on the side. I usually wake up craving oatmeal and nut butter for breakfast, but eggs were all I could think about this morning.

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    Dinner

    Dinner was recycled from a meal last week. There was quite a bit of leftover turkey meatloaf in our refrigerator, which I really didn’t want to go to waste, so I chopped it up and added some jarred marinara to make a meat sauce.

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    I added the meat sauce to a huge portion of spaghetti squash with grated Parmesan sprinkled on top. (Here’s how I make my spaghetti squash.)

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    After dinner, my night included a few bites of cookie dough.

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    Some serious pug cuddling.

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    And a ridiculous amount of Breaking Bad.

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    I think Mal and I watched four or five episodes in a row. I cannot get enough of this show. The acting is amazing, the plot lines are incredibly complex, and the relationships are intense and very emotional. It’s one of those shows that you keep thinking about long after you’ve stopped watching it. I’m pretty sure I even dreamed about it a few nights ago.

    Chat with Runner’s World Editors Live

    For those of you running the New York City Marathon (in 11 days!), I received this invite from Runner’s World and just wanted to pass it along. 

    Bart Yasso Tish Hamilton Jeff Dengate

    WHAT: Three Runner’s World experts (Bart Yasso, Tish Hamilton, Jeff Dengate) will field your questions and share their favorite tips on mastering the ING NYC MARATHON course. 

    WHEN: Oct. 26 (TOMORROW), Noon -1 pm ET

    WHERE: http://www.runnersworld.com/cda/microsite/article/0,8029,s6-239-489-0-14095-0,00.html

    WHO:

    Bart Yasso, Chief Running Officer, Runner’s World
    Affectionately dubbed the “Mayor of Running”
    A leading spokesman for running and racing in the world

    Tish Hamilton, Executive Editor, Runner’s World
    Veteran of 41 marathons and four ultramarathons
    Completed five NYC Marathons

    Jeff Dengate, Web Producer, RunnersWorld.com
    Lives in Brooklyn and regularly runs the roads of the city
    Completed 12 marathons, with three more—including NYC—scheduled this fall

    Just go to the site listed above, enter your email address, and then ask your questions live! You know I’ll be there!

    Question of the Day

    Have you ever been hooked on a TV series? If so, which one(s)?

    P.S. My favorite BIC Bands are on sale (for real this time)!

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    Nigel Chua October 18, 2013 at 11:25 pm

    I like Bones! It’s my current favorite…it has the right mix of action, suspense, drama, comedy, love, hate…and so many good actors and actresses! =D

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