Friday, October 26, 2007

I will not talk about food, I will not..

So I wish that I had some fun and witty story to share here with you for, what is becoming, my weekly post, but I don't. Last week's was pretty lame, to say the least and I still have nothing, nada, zip, zilch to share that would be interesting for this week.
You know, I kinda like it when "life" runs like a well-oiled machine with little to no consequence, but it is murder for blog fodder.
I absolutely refuse to put up yet another post about food because, going back over my last several, I have begun to notice a trend (or shall we say obsession?). So, I guess I can't tell you all about this insanely good thing that you should try. Too bad, because I am completely convinced that it is akin to manna from Heaven, but I digress... :(

15 comments:

Kathleen aka Coffee Mom said...

Thanks for not telling us about it! I definitely do not need to see pictures of any delicious looking treats and I most certainly don't need the recipe!

Oh how I wish I had the Food Network!!

Reformed Grits said...

I'm just going to take a guess and say that you are not visiting South Beach anymore???

Angela said...

Well, it's about time you write *SOMETHING*....even if is closely related to food. rofl....

Thanks for visiting my photo blog. Yes, we're gearing up for our trip home in two weeks. We're ready.

((hugs)) ~ Angela

www.homeschoolblogger.com/trustingdaily/

javamamma said...

Glad you popped in and HELLO - gotta try that insanely good thing you didn't tell us about.

Gayle said...
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Gayle said...

Sorry, my earlier comment came from dyslexic fingers. What I really said was that I've been missing you!

nsremom said...

what a nasty little trick! You say you WON'T blog about food and then link to that evil thing....

man. That's just low. :) I'm trying to diet.

(at least in my head)haha

Drewe Llyn said...

Hey, Girl! How's it going? Operation Christmas Child is available to anyone. The main thing you would need to do is go to www.samaritanspurse.org, click on the info about doing shoeboxes, and see where the nearest collection site is. (You don't want to mail boxes to North Carolina. That would be waaaaaaaay too expensive.) Collection week is November 12 through - (whatever the end of the week is.) That only gives less than three weeks to get it together. But, it could be done. If you can't put it together this year, you can keep it in the back of your mind for next year.

Have a great week!

Cindy said...

Hey Gayle! Hope you're doing well. I miss seeing you around blogland! I read your comment on Karlie's and was so moved. I wish we could sit and talk over Mississippi Mud Cake for hours; we'd have lots to share.

Ruth said...

Hi! Gayle,
I just went over to that link you provided and boy did that look too good. I will have to give it a try. I'm just my hubby would be more than happy to help me eat it up and the kids too.
I feel the same way you do sometimes when I want to post and don't know what to write.
If you're interested you can go over to my blog and I have some links for Operation Christmas Child. I did a post on it. I love the program. We like to put in personal letters with our address and see if they write back to us. It's really sweet.
Blessings,
Ruth (from TGR)

ConservaChick said...

I like the food posts! The mud pie recipe sounds amazing. I quit dieting. It just wasn't working for me, so that Mud pie recipe is what I'm making for dinner. Sinful... yes! ~Karlie

Amber said...

shame on you, how could you link THAT???

I love reading your blog no matter what you post:)

God Bless,
Amber

penny1010 said...

oh, that looks yummy!!!! Is it easy to make?

Halfmoon Girl said...

Well, I could pretend that that didn't appeal to me because I am not eating sugar, but I have eaten all the Smarties, Coffe Crisps, and Caramilk's out of the kids' big stash from the 31st!

The Bullocks said...

It is really ok for you to talk about food~cause I love reading about it! It's the next best thing to eating it!:-)