Because you couldn’t have a subscription stalker Saturday without…A subscription Stalker Sunday…Today’s Blog of stalking is Holly. No not me-she spells hers with a y. Can I stalk my own blog? That would be rather sad I suppose.
Holly always has the most delicious nom noms and I want to try every single thing she ends up making. She has some seriously swell workouts and is a big fan of the Ravens. The Ravens are my second favorite team and the only team I support with a decent record. Pather’s have failed me. So if you love Greek yogurt and apple slices go have a Holly Jolly Christmas and visit her blog.
Do you get that often? I hate when people say deck the halls with Holly or have a Holly Jolly christmas…you don’t even spell my name that way.
I confess-this morning I had pancakes for breakfast. Chocolate Pumpkin pancakes to be exact. Topped with Chobani Greek yogurt. I mixed ½ cup fiber one, ½ cup pumpkin, 1 scoop chocolate protein powder and 1 packet of truvia.
I’m testing out my mom’s Nikon D60 to see if an SLR camera is really what I desire.
Then dad and I went on a slow, nice and easy 8 mile recovery run. I’m already up to 17.5 miles over break. I’m also starting to build a tolerance for running in the cold-a very small one. I don’t know how people run outside in 20 degree weather with shorts. I’m unsure if I will ever warm up that much.
I got a swim in as well, but only for an hour. I wasn’t feeling the greatest so I decided my body was getting a rest.
10X100 Pull (evens with paddles, odd without)
Such a simple and boring workout. I’ll be back with my club tomorrow at the god knows awful hour of 7-9pm.
I forgot we had my favorite meal for dinner! Steak and sweet potatoes topped with greek yogurt. My dad is pretty famous for his steaks-so if you want a big ole t-bone-come on over.
Day 4 of getting to know me: Pictures from your night
I wish I was knew I was supposed to take pictures from the night until now. I’ll find a better time when I’m a bit exciting to take photos.
Question for you:
What kind of camera do you use for food photography? Does it have a special food setting?