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Jan 03 2008

Episode 3: “Bring the Rock”

Published by Meghan at 12:47 pm under cooking,Podcast Episode

Episode 3: “Bring the Rock”
Happy New Year!!!
If you haven’t already, I highly suggest playing some Rockband the next time an opportunity presents itself. Very entertaining and loads of fun! That’s how we rang in the new year, by keepin it real!

New Year’s Resolutions:
1. Do more Yoga (see favorite things)
2. Eat less sugar (see favorite things)
3. Less Ravelry=Better Mommy
4. Get out more (see stalker section)
5. Hang pictures on wall
6. Be more Green and Eco friendly

Knitting for my family has been downscaled. I’ll see if i can get my next couple months planned for next weeks, and I’ll present my agenda for approval accordingly.
Pirate blanket for owen is a must. I’ll have to see what kinds of patterns i can find for skulls, treasures, ships, and whatnot.

-Awesome neopolitan ice cream like BFL from Lazy Perry Ranch. Looks like they’re having a new year sale. check it out!
-Spunky Eclectic Fiber of the Month in Party Dress. SO bright! can’t wait to spin it
-SWTC SoySilk Karaoke in Mermaid. VERY soft!
-Sugarplum Corriedale (see above photo) from Maggie at Dyed in the Wool. i LOVE it! the colors are AMAZING and i can’t WAIT to spin it! 8 whole oz….what will it be?! Even my little monkey friend up there can’t help but grope it. It’s just that wonderful!

I’ve taken up stalking. This week it was at Wool and Company’s knitting group. I’ll try joining the ranks on friday night as part of my efforts to get out of the house and socialize more.
I’m also going to check out Esther’s Place to join their monthly spinning guild and see what kinds of goodies they have. Looks like a really neat fiber co-op kinda place from their website. and you can organize outings there…hmmmmm…potential spinning meetup?! (that’s me getting ahead of myself again!)

On/Off the Needles:
-wrist warmers are DONE! and our teacher LOVED them.
I promised a video of the sign for knit, but it doesn’t want to let me link directly to it. Here’s the link to the signing page. Click the letter K, find knitting, and click! voila! you know how to sign “knitting” now. be cool and show it to your friends!
-secret baby projects are in the works
-stash is organized, and i’ll be getting my “grab and go” sock bags ready this week. i’ll try to have photos for next week.
-tilted duster is now being dusted off

Favorite Things: Awesome site with FREE daily yoga lessons for all levels. they even have multiple classes to choose from for each level to help you focus on what your body needs that day. Beautiful settings, great instruction, you will never get tired of doing yoga at home. Definitely an improvement over those boring Yoga videos.

-My variation on the recipe Nigella Lawson has in one of her cookbooks. (Isn’t she just stunning, by the way? such a natural beauty. she always looks like she’s just glowing!) you can change things out easily to whatever flavors you’d like! Next batch, i think i’m going to cut back on the other seeds, and add some flax seeds, since they’re supposed to be so good for you. And maybe some sesame seeds.

Healthy Breakfast Bars
2.5 cups Old Fashion Oats
2/3 cup Sunflower Seeds
2/3 cup Pumpkin Seeds

1 cup Dried Cranberries
1 cup Nuts (i used half peanuts and half pecans, because it’s what i had)
1 14oz can Sweetened Condensed Milk

1. Preheat oven to 250 degrees, and spray a 9×13 pan with cooking spray.
2. Mix dry ingredients and then stir in the milk to coat.
3. Spread out evenly into the pan with the help of a spatula.
4. Bake in oven for 1 hour. Remove from oven, and after 15 mins, cut and remove from pan to a drying rack to cool. Stores in airtight container for a week or so.

Thanks again for listening! Please, feel free to contact me with comments, suggestions, or just to say “hey”.
stitchitpodcast [at] gmail [dot] com
or just leave a comment here, or contact me on ravelry!

happy stitchin!!!!

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