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Colleen's Blog – June 2012 Archive (2)

Dear Sweaty Half Naked Jogger Guy,

I'd like to thank you, Sweaty Half Naked Jogger Guy (SHNJG) for coming along when you did. Several months ago I started implementing my "no judgment" policy. Because well, judgment is gross and I hate the feeling. So,  just when I thought I had it down, you run through my field of vision and tempt me. You were wearing the equivalent of a Speedo, your butt cheeks, trying so hard to escape their lycra prison and running like a gazelle through the fair city. My first instinct was to judge you.…

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Added by Colleen on June 15, 2012 at 8:15pm — No Comments

Apricot Chicken

 have three challenges everytime I think about making dinner. One kid is crazy

picky, hates most meat and loves dairy. The other loves food, especially meat,

but is allergic to milk and eggs (peanuts and shrimp too). I love butter,

bacon and cheese but that's irrelevant. I have moderate skills in the kitchen,

so whatever I cook needs to be easy-ish. And fast. Because, if left for too long

to their own devices, someone gets hurt. My kitchen is tiny.  My goal is always…

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Added by Colleen on June 7, 2012 at 12:40pm — No Comments

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