35. Work out
Thursday, March 24, 2016
35. Work out
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Miss this meme:
This week I am going to do 13 of my favorite Dr. Who episodes up to season 8 (because I haven't seen that season yet so basically 9th, 10th and 11th doctors)
1. The Empty Child (9th doctor)
2. Tooth and Claw (10th doctor)
3. Blink (10th doctor)
4. The Unicorn and the Wasp (10th doctor)
5. The Lodger (11th doctor)
6. Day of the Moon (11th doctor)
7. Silence in the Library (10th doctor)
8. Forest of the Dead (10th doctor)
9. The doctor's wife (11th doctor)
10. The Girl who waited (l1th doctor)
11. Closing Time (11th doctor)
12. Asylum of the Daleks (11th doctor)
13. The Angels take Manhattan (11th doctor)
Honorary Mentions: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship
Sunday, February 7, 2016
So yeah I'm doing it...
You have to give up 7 items
Which is very hard b/c I hate to break this to you but everything pre-packaged has soy in it including some teas...
Started week 1 January 25th
The first week I did shakes for breakfast and lunch with protein and vegetables for dinner and 1 snack
Week 2 February 1st
Shakes for breakfast, lunch has been protein and vegetables same for dinner with 1 snack.
After 2nd week (and in 1 month) I have lost 15 lbs.
Shakes that I love!!
Peach berry almond smoothie
chocolate almond smoothie
rise and shine smoothie
strawberry chocolate protein smoothie
Was super uber rough the first week. I craved cheese like no other. Was angry at anyone eating real food. Had bad headaches and was angry. Second week, was doing much better. My joints feel better, don't crave as much was able to go out to dinner without missing cheese or other things. Sleeping better and able to do more things. More energy etc.
So far I would recommend it.
Saturday, February 6, 2016
TITLE: Isabella: The Warrior Queen
AUTHOR: Kirstin Downey
An engrossing and revolutionary biography of Isabella of Castile, the controversial Queen of Spain who sponsored Christopher Columbus's journey to the New World, established the Spanish Inquisition, and became one of the most influential female rulers in history
Born at a time when Christianity was dying out and the Ottoman Empire was aggressively expanding, Isabella was inspired in her youth by tales of Joan of Arc, a devout young woman who unified her people and led them to victory against foreign invaders. In 1474, when most women were almost powerless, twenty-three-year-old Isabella defied a hostile brother and mercurial husband to seize control of Castile and León. Her subsequent feats were legendary. She ended a twenty-four-generation struggle between Muslims and Christians, forcing Moorish invaders back over the Mediterranean Sea. She laid the foundation for a unified Spain. She sponsored Columbus's trip to the Indies and negotiated Spanish control over much of the New World with the help of Rodrigo Borgia, the infamous Pope Alexander VI. She also annihilated all who stood against her by establishing a bloody religious Inquisition that would darken Spain's reputation for centuries. Whether saintly or satanic, no female leader has done more to shape our modern world, where millions of people in two hemispheres speak Spanish and practice Catholicism. Yet history has all but forgotten Isabella's influence, due to hundreds of years of misreporting that often attributed her accomplishments to Ferdinand, the bold and philandering husband she adored. Using new scholarship, Downey's luminous biography tells the story of this brilliant, fervent, forgotten woman, the faith that propelled her through life, and the land of ancient conflicts and intrigue she brought under her command.
Friday, February 5, 2016
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Wizard World New Orleans Panel...
Captain America: Civil War Panel
then came the Russo Brothers
Then Frank Grillo
then the lovely Chris FREAKING Evans AKA Baby Daddy
The following is just random goodness that I managed to capture there are a few and most are of Chris Evans but deal with it. If you want them take them but if you post them just give me credit. Enjoy!!
Monday, January 18, 2016
The true account of the 1979 rescue of six American hostages from Iran
On November 4, 1979, Iranian militants stormed the American embassy in Tehran and held dozens of Americans hostage, sparking a 444-day ordeal and a quake in global politics that still reverberates today. Beaneath this crisis another shocking story was known by only a select few: six Americans escaped the embassy and hid within a city roiling with suspicion and fear. A top-level CIA officer named Antonio Mendez devised an ingenious yet incredibly risky plan to rescue them before they were detected. Disguising himself as a Hollywood producer, and supported by a cast of expert forgers, deep-cover CIA operatives, foreign agents, and Hollywood special-effects artists, Mendez traveled to Tehran under the guise of scouting locations for a fake science fiction film called "Argo." While pretending to find the ideal film backdrops, Mendez and a colleague succeeded in contacting the escapees and eventually smuggled them out of Iran.
After more than three decades, Antonio Mendez finally details the extraordinarily complex and dangerous operation he led. A riveting story of secret identities, international intrigue, and good old-fashioned American ingenuity, Argo is the pulse-pounding account of the history-making collusion between Hollywood and high-stakes espionage.