Friday, November 21, 2008

It's colder than Edward Cullen...

out there and yet we're braving the cold to go to the Twilight movie tonight on the official Opening Night- us and many screaming teens, probably. Our newspaper ran a movie etiquette list suggesting that it was ok to scream for Edward's FIRST appearance- after that, not so much. lol.

Nothing much to report here in healthy lifestyle news, but I thought I'd do a quick check in as I've not been around much this week! ( It's been a busy life offline week. ) I did have a great boot camp work out tonight. Lots of running drills, then a 20 station circuit twice, followed by some ball work- push ups mainly, and stretching. I like muscle work in that you can definitely see you are improving over the weeks. I love how muscles improve- even if they're tired and rusty like mine!

I had a Quiznos sub for lunch. Note to ww girls: the honey bourbon chicken sub (small, of course) is 6 points. Not bad for a tasty sandwich and I find it really big enough if I take the time to eat it slowish- giving my body time to get the "I'm full" message sent to my brain. It has a bit of a kick to it (the sub, not the points) with its bbq sauce, that I quite enjoy.

Well, hope everyone is snuggled up in a warm house tonight, unless you are venturing out to see a very cold vampire.

5 comments:

SeaShore said...

Looking forward to your review of the movie! Hope you enjoy it, despite the cold.

carla said...

there's a honey bourbon?!

:)

mmmmmm TOASTY :)

have a great weekend.

new*me said...

oh my......the honey bourbon chicken sounds so good!

It was a cold one here too and yes we stayed inside ........I fell asleep in my chair at 9 watching wrestling ;)........wasn't quite enough to interest me last night!

Donnalouise, Donna or DC said...

Went to see Twilight also last night. I really liked it - even all the corniness and Edward's a little too serious at times performance. :)

Bunny Trails said...

I haven't been brave enough to fight off the teenage girls and the cold to go see it yet... but I'm gonna!
My southern- used to above 60 degree weather- body hasn't gotten used to BELOW FREEZING HIGHS?!? What has the world come to? (I know all of the Canadian readers are now shaking their collective heads at my whimpiness). *sigh*

6 points?!?! I'm shocked! I might have to run to Quiznos! Thanks :)