Kiki's Conundrums and Complexities

A blog about all things kiki. Hello kitty, ipods, music,exercise, running, books, movies and michigan.

Sunday, February 12, 2006

999 and 1000

Congratulations to visitor 999 Jenn from Fantastically Blonde and visitor 1,000 Zara from Yo Heave Ho.

Thank you for visiting my site. Crazy that I hit 1000 visitors on the exactly one month after I set up the sitemeter. Sorry to all my other regular visitors for not being 1,000. I do appreciate you.


Update: We didn't have roast...We had chicken, and I who hate broccoli actually ate broccoli and liked it...sort of.
Rented Just like Heaven, a cute romantic comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo.

Short Post

Off to the inlaws house, so this has to be short. Hopefully we won't have roast

Eat breakfast out this morning, but tried to make sure I didn't screw up totally. I had an omelet with egg beaters and a piece of wheat toast, and applesauce. It was yummy.

I just finished working out for the day, I did 55 minutes, but still feel like I am slacking since I didn't do any of the really hard work outs.
I was curious how the walk/jog dvd would be now that I have been jogging. It seemed much easier.

WIDT
Walk/Jog Dvd 30 minutes
Carmen's striptease 25 minutes

Slippery Saturday

My husband didn't get home until about 4:30 on Saturday, which gave me uninterrupted time to read. I have started reading Vanishing Acts by Jodi Picoult. The book is pretty good, it is about a woman finds out she was kidnapped by her father 28 years ago. I am not too far in the book, but it is pretty interesting because it is told from many different character prospectives .

After hubby got home, we went to trader joes and by the time we got done browsing there, the roads were pretty slick and we decided not to go to Subway. We ended up making something at home.

Last night we watched Cinderella Man, which is about a boxer during the depression, who is trying to make a comeback since boxing is really the only means he has to support his family. It was much better then I thought it was going to be.