My new project at home is to finish sorting through all our old family photos. This seems to be taking me a long time. It's not something you can work on overnight. Hey, doesn't that sound just like weight loss. I really didn't make that connection until I started writing this post. Next week will be 2 years since I started (well restarted) at Weight Watchers. This is said with mixed emotions. For one I never thought I would have still been there, going religiously to my weigh ins (yay for me). On the otherhand, I never thought I would still be going and not reaching goal weight yet (boo for me).
Well, now I have gone off track from the original idea of my post. This morning I went to the store looking for some frames for my favourite photos that we have sorted through. What I want to do is create a collage family wall in my hallway. I even have some photos dating back to the 1920's. These old black and white photos seem to have held up much better than many of the colour photos taken in the 1960's. Anyways, as I was looking at frames, I overhead the salesguy talking to a female customer. She was trying to decide on a popcorn maker, but was concerned about adding butter to the popcorn. She mentioned she was trying to lose weight. He then went onto to show her (hang onto to your seats), a Cotton Candy Maker. I couldn't believe my ears and had to continue eavesdropping (ok, sometimes it is justified). He said (I kid you not) that it was a healthy option because you can make it with sugar free candy. Needless to say she bought the popcorn maker. I couldn't resist going to take a peek at the machine. Its scary to me how some people might think this is healthy. Buyer beware of the sales pitch!
Ok, I'll just sneak this in. WW weigh in this morning +2.3 lbs. Hopefully, you didn't read down this far.