I messed around with blogger a bit and discovered the quick comments functionality. So now, if you don't have time to leave a message but want to let me know you are reading, there are a few checkboxes to choose from at the bottom of each post. I don't know how well this works, but we'll see. I chose a few quick options that I often want to say to other blogger's posts. Since space is limited I kept them very short: "Wow" "Hmm" "Oh no" and "Cheer!"
I need to spend at least half of the weekend working again. But oh boy, Wednesday starts Christmas break and I will be off work for, hmm, 12 days I think. I don't have any big plans other than reading technical manuals to expand my skills ... but it will be awesome to have some quiet time to focus on things that get pushed to the side while I'm putting out fires at work.
I will also be visiting family over the holiday. I plan to make a few low carb treats to take with me. So far the list includes:
* Brussels Sprouts browned in a light coating of olive oil
* an LC pound cake
* an LC pavlova
* one of Vikki's holiday recipes, though I haven't chosen which one yet
* Cro is going to make his cheddar biscuits, not LC, but a great favorite of my family
There will be plenty of low carb goodness for me to choose from, good enough that I doubt anyone would call it yucky diet food. :) That's one of the great things about LC. What we do eat is real food that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Cro and I will celebrate our third anniversary December 30th. :)
[ 0 ] chicken
[ 0 ] ham
[ 1g ] feta cheese
[ 0 ] ground beef
[ 2g ] cheddar cheese and diced onion
[ 2g ] spices
[ 5g ] LC cake (from Dixie Carb Counters ... not too bad, not YUM! but still good)
=====TOTAL 10 carbs=====