Thursday, October 2, 2008

Top 8's

This was fun. Thanks, Karyn.

8 Favorite TV shows...
1. Lost
2. The Office
3. American Idol & So You Think You Can Dance (tied!)
4. The Biggest Loser
5. America's Next Top Model
6. Dr. Phil
7. Antiques Roadshow (yes, I think I'm a 60 year old woman ;) )
8. Anything on the surgery channel (220)

8 Favorite Restaurants...
1. Olive Garden
2. Red Robin
3. Spaghetti Factory
4. Emigration Market
5. Hires
6. Morelias
7. Outback
8. Papa John's (does that count?)

8 things that happened yesterday...
1. Took Ben to kindergarten
2. Met with my trainer at 10am
3. Picked Ben up and gave the kids lunch
4. Put the kids down for naps
5. Ran 3 miles on the treadmill, then showered
6. Made dinner
7. Went to a Stake Primary Presidency training at 7pm
8. Read over 50 pages of "Twilight" before bed

8 things to look forward to...
1. Working out and getting skinnier
2. Seeing my parents in a couple weeks when they come visit
3. Finishing the Twilight series
4. Starting my Christmas cards
5. Party tomorrow night with some good friends
6. General Conference this weekend
7. Watching my kids get excited about Halloween
8. Getting excited about the holidays coming

8 things I love about Fall...
1. My FAVORITE season! Love the colors changing
2. Eating hearty, thick soups
3. Wearing sweaters
4. Crisp, cool air
5. Halloween
6. Getting ready for the holidays
7. Shopping for cute sweaters
8. Warm fires at night

8 things on my wishlist...
1. Lose 20 more lbs.
2. Have all our debt paid off (house, van, student loans... you get the picture!)
3. New wardrobe
4. Have all my scrapbooking caught up
5. Date night with Jake
6. Massages upon request
7. fat-free, calorie-free, sugar-free Reese's peanut butter cups (and they need to still taste good!)
8. Magically have a spotless house and dinner made every day without having to lift a finger (we can dream, right?!)

8 people I tag... (don't have to do it if you don't want to)
1. Ashleigh
2. Mom
3. Whitney
4. Naomi
5. Lisa
6. Cheri
7. Mandy
8. Chelsea W.


Heidi said...

Mmmm... Resse's Peanut Butter Cups! Are they the ones made with Splenda? Be careful, don't eat too many, they're not as perfect as they seem. I used to love them, until I ate too many and had serious bowel troubles as a result. Apparently, they're not mean to be consumed in large quantities. Who knew?

Heather M said...

I love Antiques Roadshow! :) I Agree with you on the Peanut Butter cups. We used to make them growing up. Mom and us girls had a splendid day making chocolates. I wish I had her molds and recipes. Somehow the holidays just aren't the same. :)

Have a great visit with your mom and dad.

Loree said...

what a fun post! we have a lot in common! i wish many of the things you wish! so fun :)

Karyn said...

Thanks for playing. Also thanks for your nice comment the other day. You also look so good! Those before & after shots were great!

Linny said...

Wow Jamie, you've been up to some fun activites. I love your new blog background, and I love that we have a lot of the same interests, except for will power, you seem to have loads more than I do. Anyway, the Oregon reunion fell through because summer is just too busy. We should really try it again since there seems to be a lot of interest. It would be fun to get together sans kids for lunch, but I'm also game for doing a kid friendly activity as well. Let me know if you have any good ideas. :)