Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Mostly Wordless Wednesday

 How to combat anemia.  This wont last me a week.
 Thank You Courtney! This really makes me happy :)
Barefoot running with the hubs in our kilts.

15 comments:

Barefoot Neil Z said...

to eat that much spinach, I'd have to bread it and fry it and dip it in ranch dressing... yikes!

Jill said...

My favorite way to eat spinach is in my protein smoothie. YUM!! Enjoy :).

track coach and adorable wife said...

Hey Angie,
I am a new follower. Someone else recommended your blog to me when they read my post about my son having autism. You seem like such a great strong mom and I look forward to reading more about your journey!

Tressa

misszippy said...

Yikes--we'll have to start calling you Popeye! Hope it does the trick.

Patrick Mahoney said...

The kilt is incredible...

TiffersRunsTX said...

Spinach, yay! Nom nom nom!

That kilt is the awesome! :D

Ewa said...

Spinach! Farmer's Market today in my neighborhood. Gotta get me some too.

Momma Twitch said...

Mmmm...spinach! I love the kilt. :)

Heather said...

That's a lot of spinach!! though, it usually looks like a lot and then when you actually start using it to make stuff it doesn't seem like much...
Nice kilt!

Marlene said...

Mmm, spinach!!!

Cute kilt!

funderson said...

kilt rules..it will match your future green tinted skin!

Genesis said...

you run in a kilt?! you're seriously awesome

Bethany + Ryan said...

i love spinach! i eat so much of it..sometimes i eat too much and you can imagine what happens...yup, it's green! sorry, TMI? you're a mom so i'm guessing not TMI :-)

Cynthia O'H said...

Love the kilt. And, man, that is a lot of spinach!

Ultra Llama said...

haha I eat about the same amount every week too. Usually topped with two eggs overy easy, ranch style or black beans, jack cheese, plain greek yogurt, a whole avocado and some texas pete hot sauce=awesome ;]

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