Monday, February 6, 2012

Guard those chips to LTUE!

The bracelets are off, the inches are the same, my sanity has returned. "The Buggy Bracelet Diet" is a failure, but I'm not! I'm off to the LTUE Conference this weekend, where I will participate in the panel, "Injecting Romance into Ghost Stories" and Bron will be on a panel "Creating Magic Systems." You should come! Check out the website: LTUE
I will be driving my car, but these are not my chips. Seriously. They belong to my 12-year-old, who put them in a seatbelt on the way home from the store. He loves this flavor. (And his pants fit.) This is a great insight into characterization - considering what one would do for the food he/she loves.
In the most recent book I listened to on CD, the main character described her distaste for fruits and vegetables and her frequent visits to a fast food joint for cheeseburgers. (Her pants fit, too.)
I recently talked to a friend who said that her doctor told her that her blood pressure was too low and prescribed eating potato chips. Seriously. I asked her for the name of her doctor.
When you want to munch, what do you prefer? Sweet or salty?


Diana said...

Fritos Honey BBQ twists.

Shirley Bahlmann said...

I've never had those. If you say that name between each piece, though, then you've surely burned off all the calories.
Just tonight my son introduced me to caramel Bugles. (Say WHAT?) Caramel Bugles. Yeah. I think people try them because they don't believe such a thing can exist. Amazing.

Cindy Beck, author said...

Ooo, Caramel Bugles sounds yummy! And I prefer sweet and salty together ... pretzels with Dove's chocolate, potato chips with M&Ms.

Shirley Bahlmann said...

Then you would love caramel bugles, my dear Ramona.

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