Good night, good night!
Parting is such sweet sorrow;
That I shall say good night
Till it be morrow.
Hey you fab cats!
So here it is – our audition video for the Amazing Race Canada:
What an incredibly flattering still, hey?
We spent Sunday afternoon putting this bad boy together and when I say that it was a lot of fun, THIS IS NO JOKE.
There was so much laughing to be had, and we had it all.
I should really look at putting together a blooper reel.
In the meantime, I am off to bed. I need to sleep about fifteen hours straight, and because that isn’t likely going to happen, I really have to take what I can get.
So happy Monday! And –
It’s Friday friends! Put on your smoking jacket, pour yourself a snifter of brandy, and take a load off. Today’s fry-up will take care of the rest.
Do you have gangnam style?
No joke, I love this song so much it is destroying my life. Because you see, while I cannot STOP listening to it, I also cannot JUST listen to it.
Whenever I hear the blasted tune I must, MUST boogie down for all of my life.
A couple of days ago I actually tried to make a video of just me dancing to the song, but then I scared the crap out of my cat during the first take and then on the second realized I looked CRAZY breaking it down.
So no video folks.
JUST KIDDING – I would never do that to you! Here it is:
So now you can take my word for it when I say that I am a dance maniac and no one can stop me.
Further proof: when I was in Russia partying my wretched vodka infused-butt off until 5 in the morning every night, I had a Russian chick come up to me and ask me: “Excuse me, but – where from?” “Ya Canadka,” I responded. “Potomu?” (Why?) “Ohhhhhh,” she replied back. [motions to my dancing] “VEEERRRY interesting!”
And I thought her country men and women were the craziest dancers I had ever seen!
So yeah. MANIAC.
Fall is here. Ring the bell.
Autumn is nipping at our heels here on the West coast of Canada. And it sure is lovely.
Last night the sun was a ball of flaming red fire, and the sky was a melting mixture of pinks, oranges, and yellows – like a solar Shirley Temple for the thirsty space traveller.
Because the weather in the morning has taken a turn for the cooler side of things, I was forced to call my bluff and finally go and buy some tights.
In the process, I picked up some other fall must-haves, including these sweet, sweet kicks:
Joe Fresh baby – it is a truly wacky (said in the voice of Michael Kors) store at its worst, but goodness knows if it doesn’t know how to score me a deal at the best of times.
I am also crunching fallen leaves like a loon – going out of my way to get every last one of them. A man walking to skytrain a few paces behind me this morning actually burst out laughing after watching my manic trajectory down the sidewalk.
But hey, JUDGE NOT RIGHT?
There are worse things I could be doing than stepping on crinkle-cut leaves.
Clean eating, clean living.
I have cut out all processed foods from my diet, and most grains and sugars.
Urg, I feel like such a broom admitting that for the next eight weeks I will be paleo-ing it (with the best of all the other paleo brooms) but alas, it is the case.
So remember – NO JUDGING.
Now, I must stress, this isn’t anything to do with losing weight.
This is an attempt to regulate my (pretty well documented) sugar addiction, and I figure it’s a pretty good way of making sure I cut out all junk food from my diet.
Now, the paleo diet traditionally means no grains; however, because I am running a half-marathon on the 30th of this month, there is no way I can do this, as that would be ridiculous and foolhardy. So instead, I am eating less than what I would regularly consume, and then will cut them out completely once I am finished the race.
So far I have completed four days and I am surprised at just how easily it has been. No chocolate. No candy. No chips. No brake-down.
What’s even better is I have been cooking up a storm, and I am so, SO excited about coming home and preparing amazing meals. This, along with curbing my sugar intake, is definitely the best result so far of the program.
So bring on the next fifty-six days – I WILL OWN YOU ALL.
What’s shaking in your neck of the woods lately? Let’s dance and you can tell me all about it.