Saturday, January 12, 2008

The groceries of a Weight Watcher


As I was putting away my things from my most recent trip to the store- I had a good laugh at the things that were in my bin....made me laugh.... I also picked up a people magazine for some extra motivation....hope you all are having a GREAT WEEKEND...
Gotta finish unpacking the groceries and go for a walk...
did that walk- that was really good 1.39miles!!
Then I played photo experiment check this out...I'm kinda funny...

12 comments:

Hanlie said...

Hi Carleen, I love the idea and will do the same when I go grocery shopping again!

Chubby Chick said...

That is funny. lol

I need to get that issue of People magazine! I have several "Half Their Size" issues from previous years... and I LOVE them! really is motivating to read of others' success. If they can do it... we can, too! :)

Lidian said...

Great grocery picture! I want to start photgraphing some of my stuff too -

Have a great rest of the weekend

catsbd said...

Just thought I'd say hello as I have just found your blog via a link on Janeys World. Hope your weekend was good too.....I am going to make myself go on the treadmill later!!!! Cathy

EclecticGirl said...

Hi Carleen,

Love the pic of your groceries! I might have to borrow the idea for my next grocery shop, though it won't be for another ten days or so!

Look forward to getting to know you on the challenge!

Heather said...

lol that was what my cart always looked like when I did WW too. I always wondered if the people in line or the cashier notices things like that and what they must be thinking!

Shannon said...

HAHA!! That is what my cart looks like too!

Swizzlepop said...

Great idea. Unfortulately we don't have many stores that actually carry WW items out here but I do always stock on on FF/LF stuff too.

Moosegirl said...

I’ve been so good, each time this week when I have gone shopping for fresh items I’ve not given in and bought junk… I am so surprised at myself… although I have found I have spent a mere fortune this week on magazines – still they look nice on the coffee table! Lol

Living to Feel Good said...

OoOOooo I didn't realize the new issue of Half their size People was out. I must run and get it!!!

BTW congrats on your 8lb loss!! :)

Teale said...

I like seeing other people's groceries. LOL I guess I'm a little voyeuristic!

Selma said...

Hi, Just ran into your blog. That is really great picture. I loved that People magazine.

Selma

http://anappledaily.blogspot.com/

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