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I'm such a junk food eater. I just started seeing a trainer who is kicking my butt right now. That's a good thing since I'm lazy and need to tone up some.

Your yarn purchases are gorgeous, and one's for a gift so that doesn't count as real purchase at all. :) Can't wait to see what you make!


Fimo is like plastecine (sp?) except that when you're finished you bake your sculpture in the oven for a few minutes, that way it hardens permanently. It comes in lots of colours, and is really easy to mold. There is also a product called Sculpey that is similar. Often you will see hippy-type folks making beads for necklaces out of this stuff :)


I love food too, before I read knitblogs I was reading foodblogs! That tweedy Jo Sharp and Olive Lara are irresistable. I recently bought olive yarn too, though I thought it was just green, but now I like calling it olive better! Somehow the yarn I buy have no names for the colour, just some number.


Glad to hear I am not the only one. Love food, love life!!!!!


Skylar, don't be so hard on yourself :)
I eat a lot of junk food too. The only time that I was able to find the willpower to cut back on junk and exercise (and I HATE to exercise), was when I was doing yoga, and after I got sick with mono. For me it was the health factor that worked to keep me in check, as opposed to the appearance factor. Doing yoga made me aware of my body and aware of what was going into it. And when it comes to yarn, the only thing stopping me is the fact that I have to take the bus for an hour and a half to get to the yarn shop! So you're doing great! seriously, have you seen some people's "stashes"? They could open boutiques with what they have :)
Can't wait to see your next fo :)

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