Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Coffee and Baked Goods vs. p90x UPDATED*

Read even MORE detail over at Hutch's

this. 

not to be confused with 


this.
(tony horton- p90x man)

Read more over at Magnolias and Mimosas.  yes.

11 comments:

  1. He's scary....

    Coffee and baked goods are wayyy to good to be passed up! There is an amazing bakery down the street from my house called, Our Daily Bread and it was my absolute favorite place to eat when I was pregnant...and still continues to be my guilty pleasure:)

    If we don't treat ourselves every now and then we will all go crazy!

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  2. Oh geezz,,, Timmy's is such a problem. I gave up donuts for Lent and that has helped a lot but I know as soon as summer returns those iced caps are going to mess up my gastro system in pure joy. Sigh.

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  3. sorry kiera but timmy ho's vanilla dip donut (with sprinkles, not those weird, hard little dots) and an iced cap are the best combo...EVER! angel cream? i laugh in the face of cream filled donuts!

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  4. We went to the Olympics last weekend but couldn't afford a hotel room so we "slept" at a Tim Horton's. Not bad...

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  5. You have me convinced I need to find a TIMS!

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  6. Haha! That's GREAT!! I wonder if their family tree shows they're actually related!!

    Hi! I'm just visiting your blog and I'm so glad I stopped by. You're FUNNY! I'm your newest follower!

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  7. I am going to have to try to find a Tim's at some point, but that is a long way to travel for coffee and donuts.

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  8. I would die without Tim's. Seriously.

    I'm considering just putting a shunt in my neck and hooking up a permanent IV so I don't have to waste time actually swallowing it.

    I found you through Cape Cod's site, your comment about sounding as though you belong in a group home made me laugh.

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  9. I haven't looked at his mug since I did Power 90 wayyyyyyy back in the day. P90X scares me.

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  10. I'd need 4 cups of the former to consider beginning the latter....

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