Well I was going to do a cooking post tonight. One of my favorite Gooseberry Patch recipes... Salisbury Steak. It is a great low fat, easy homemade version.
But, unfortunately... I was distracted by a very LOUD and hyper 2 year old who was bound and determined to prevent mommy from cooking and it quickly turned into my Salisbury Mistake...
It was BAD.
So bad that I won't even subject you to the pictures. It tasted ok, however...
(prepare to say "ewwww"... ) it was the consistency of cat food. We joked that we could have ate it through the straw.
It was UGLY.
So, since I can't--scratch that-- won't make you sit through a series of photos that led to disaster, I thought it might be good to share with you another Goode thing happening around here.
I recently read that 1 in 10 Hoosiers are hungry. That is crazy and saddens me.
I love when Walmart does their in-store food drives where you just grab pre-bagged food to donate. I wish they would do it year-round. Are you involved with any great organizations that help feed the hungry? I'd love to hear about it.
As for staying on track, some of you might recall that in Sept of 08 Puddie and I did our own little Biggest Loser challenge for 2 seasons. That was a life changing time for me. That is when healthy choices became a norm for me vs. all about willpower. I lost 40 lbs and have kept that weight off for almost a year now.
While I (sadly) wasn't my heaviest back in July of 08 at Addie's 1st Birthday... I was plenty unhealthy. And, in September of that year I was ready for change.
SIDE NOTE: Please forgive my really red face. It was uber hot that day and I was running around like a chicken with my head cut off. Supermom complex and all.