Running log: Did 30…

Running log:

Did 30 sit-ups.

Yes, I'm aware that sit-ups don't technically count as running. It snowed heavily last night! What the heck is it doing snowing? I was supposed to start this running thing in spring, not winter. And my cough is worse, so I decided today was indoor exercise day. May I note that I truly despise sit-ups? I figure if I make myself do sit-ups every day I don't run, then I'll run a lot more often. We'll see if it works.


Had a nice evening yesterday; Marcia came by for dinner and a movie (Marcia of Paul and Marcia, Paul being out of town at a conference 'til Sunday). I made curry and we watched Run, Lola, Run, which was a lot of fun. I kinda wish I'd seen it on a big screen -- normally I don't much care, but in this particular case...oh well.

It's movie-watching day, I think. Feeling sickly, and I rented a whole bunch of movies yesterday. So by Sunday I need to watch Runaway Bride (I know, goofy film, but I like her, so there), Mystery Men (mainly for darling Janeane), and Harold and Maude (out of the list of movies that Jed is shocked I haven't seen yet). Not sure which ones I'll watch today -- I'll probably limit it to two, since I do have to get some work done today.

Marcia loved the coconut sambol from dinner, so I append the recipe below. Have a good day, munchkins!

Coconut Sambol

  • 1 c. dessicated coconut (do NOT use sweetened kind commonly sold in baking aisle -- you may need to go to an Asian food store to find this)
  • 1 t. salt
  • 1 t. chili powder
  • 2 t. paprika
  • 2-3 T. lemon juice, to taste
  • 1 medium onion, minced
  • 3 T. hot milk
  1. Combine coconut, salt, chili powder, paprika in a bowl.
  2. Sprinkle with lemon juice, onion and milk.
  3. Mix well with your hands, rubbing ingredients together so that the coconut is evenly moistened.
  4. Pile into small bowl and serve.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *