I Want To Glue Feathers on My Fanny.

I woke up earlier than usual this morning thanks to having this in my face at the break of dawn.

Your husband gave me a cheap walk because it was raining.

She was apparently feeling very neglected. It turns out she didn’t want to play with me at all, she wanted to play with them.Since having my ladyflower exposed, ripped open, and had creatures emerge from it, not unlike Ellen Ripley, I am chopped liver. I am invisible next to the fun, cute, food dropping machines. LAME. I make THAT FOOD, BROWNIE!!!

Makes me wish I had one of these.

A much less fickle animal. This is my sister’s cat, Atticus. aka Fatticus or the Great Catticus. He’s dumb and lazy. I like that in a cat.

One more incident of neglect, Brownie and…oh who am I kidding, I wish I knew how to quit you.

Here’s a fitness question for all of you, do you know how to ice skate? I don’t. I can ice fall, ice tumble, ice nearly kill myself but I won’t swell up because I landed on ice, but I don’t skate. I want to. I want to learn because it burns nearly 600 calories an hour and all of the ice skating rinks in nyc serve booze. This might make staying upright more difficult, but I think I’ll care less? Also, I have really been looking for an excuse to break out my bedazzler and unitard and glue some feathers on my ass. I’ll look just like Kristi Yamaguchi.

I’m going to need to put the desserts down so that I can fit into the leopard print leotard complete with tail and tophat. This is hard when you’re on batch 26 of 30 batches. This is even harder when you make lemon cream cheese pound cake. Double hard when you make them into mini loaves. Mini loaves are cuter and instantly make them more delicious.

Pound cake is not healthy unless you are using them as weights. They’re not effective as weights because you’re taking bites out of it. Remember kiddos, sharing is caring.

Lemon Cream Cheese Pound Cake
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What Goes In?

  • 1 3/4 cups butter
  • 8 oz cream cheese
  • 6 eggs
  • 3 cups of sugar
  • 3 cups of flour
  • 2 tsp lemon extract
  • zest of one lemon
  • 1 tsp salt

Avengers, Assemble!

  1. Preheat oven to 350F
  2. WHIP the butter, sugar, and cream cheese for 2 minutes
  3. add the eggs one at a time and whip one more minute. Seriously, WHIP it.
  4. add in zest and extract, whip one more minute
  5. slowly add in unsifted flour and salt.
  6. pour into mini loaf pans 3/4 full and bake for 45-55 minutes or until top is golden brown and a skewer insterted in the center comes out clean.
  7. Makes 10-12 mini loaves
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Do you know how to ice skate?

When was the last time you tried a new fitness activity?

What was it?

Does your cat always look like HE wants to show you his butt?

8 thoughts on “I Want To Glue Feathers on My Fanny.

  1. You know I do. If we can get the boys to watch the babies I would be happy to teach you. Let me know when and where you want to go.
  2. I was a Minnesota girl so I grew up ice skating every night at the rink down the street. Seriously. :) I can't wait to go with my husband and skate circles around him because I'm mean like that. This week I tried a new group fitness class called Sports Training. It was like P.E. class for adults. Kicked my butt. I'm still sore. I'm so not a cat person. Lol. :)
  3. 1. Your kids are so damn cute. I hope mine look just like them. That does seem a bit unlikely, due to the fact that you & I look nothing alike, and the architect & the cop are also fairly dissimilar, but one can hope. 2. I have also always wanted to learn to ice skate, and it's on my goal list for 2012! (I've decided this is not the year for it, due to the aforementioned ice falling, etc.)

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