Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Short 'n Sweet

Short post today since I'm sidelined with a headache.

After going to work out last night at Curves, I was overjoyed to see that I'd lost another 4 pounds. Wooo hooo!!! Looks like I wasn't too bad at Thanksgiving after all!

Now if I can just contain myself with all the Christmas goodies, I'll be good to go.

Just finished watching Christmas in Connecticut. It's a classic movie (naturally!) with Barbara Stanwyck. I just love it and try to watch it every year. Also, A Charlie Brown Christmas is a must!

Any special movies you try and watch every Christmas season?


  1. Four pounds! Congratulations!!

  2. Yay on the four pounds!!

    Hope the headache gets better soon.

    Will reply to your email soon - it's on my To Do list!!

  3. Ditto on the four pounds -- wow!

    And yes, I love to watch White Christmas -- and, er, Die Hard 2. :D

  4. My Christmas favorites are "White Christmas" and "Holiday Inn." And, of course, Chevy Chase's "Christimas Vacation." OMG, everytime I think of Cousin Eddy drinking punch from a moose-head cup, with his tight pants, and his dicky showing under a cheap sweater, I have to laugh. That movie has a million laughs. Every year, I tell dh he's getting a membership to the "Jelly of the Month Club." Merry Christmas!

  5. You'd ask that when I'm braindead, lol. The one with Jimmy Stewart? Clarence? Help me, LOL!

    Feel better...

  6. Charlie Brown. That's what Christmas is all about...

  7. Marty - It's A Wonderful Life
    Haven't watched that in awhile - might have to dig through the VHS tapes of mine to find the copy!

  8. Way to go on the weight loss! Keep going, girl.

    My favorite holiday films are "Christmas in Connecticut" (I've watched it about five times so far this season), "It's a Wonderful Life," "A Christmas Story" and "Christmas in the Clouds."


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