karalianne is a Level 41 Health Monther

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I live in Saskatchewan and am trying to live a healthier lifestyle.

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Wednesday February, 19th for 45 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Wednesday I was in town all day again because my husband had a meeting in the evening at the same time as my shift. I went to see Saving Mr Banks at the cheap theatre in the afternoon and enjoyed it very much. I spent the morning shopping and writing.

:) SusanT
about 1 year ago

I LOVED that movie.

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Tuesday February, 18th for 58 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Tuesday – Got filling. Freezing worked first time! In and out way faster than usual. Now able to eat without pain, which is stellar.

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 17th for 53 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Monday was another laze around the house day, what with it being Family Day. I tried to get some writing done but it is just being really hard right now and I find it annoying.

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Sunday February, 16th for 61 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Sunday we went to church and then spent the afternoon at home. My husband has been working on the snow blower and he got some of the driveway cleared. We also watched all of the Indiana Jones movies except Temple of Doom as we both deemed it unworthy.

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Saturday February, 15th for 47 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Saturday was a laze around the house day. We only watched three movies:

The Fountain
A Clear & Present Danger
Pi

I’d forgotten how confusing The Fountain is (also, I saw it with my ex, who pretended to stalk me after I broke up with him; real peach, that one). I find the Clancy-based movies boring, to be honest. And Pi is confusing as well. The ending is disturbing, to boot.

However, both Pi and The Fountain had music by Clint Mansell, and I need those sound tracks. He also did The Wrestler and Moon, two movies I’ve seen (I really like Moon), and Black Swan and Requiem for a Dream (which I haven’t seen).

:) MaryAnn
about 1 year ago

Ahh, The Fountain ….
Yeah, that’s a very strange movie, for sure.
I kinda liked it though.
It’s been a few years since I saw it.
I’ve thought of watching it again.

:) MaryAnn
about 1 year ago

I love that tree.
And the tree in Avatar.
But I’m an old tree-hugger.

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Friday February, 14th for 48 points, following 66% of her 3 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: meditate for 5 minutes at least 4 days a week. Her public review of the day was…

Friday my husband stayed home (worked from home). We watched several romantic movies.

Kill Bill vol. 1
Kill Bill vol. 2
Lucky Number Slevin
Patriot Games
Lockout

Lots of explosions and violence.

I’d say this ranks right up there with Christmas 2009, when we celebrated by watching that great Christmas classic, Rambo.

:) Elfu
about 1 year ago

Sounds like a romantic Valentine’s Day! :P

:) Bridget
about 1 year ago

You two are so funny.

:) kookoriko
about 1 year ago

Just watched the Kill Bill ones. Maybe a good alternative :-P

:) MaryAnn
about 1 year ago

LOL.
Karalianne, I don’t think I’ve ever watched 5 movies in one day. Probably 3 has been my maximum.

:) karalianne
about 1 year ago

Well, he was working on his laptop and I was procrastinating on writing and stuff so movie after movie after movie… seemed appropriate.

:) EvaC
about 1 year ago

giggle

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Thursday February, 13th for 47 points, following 66% of her 3 rules. She lost 1 life point for missing the following: meditate for 5 minutes at least 4 days a week. Her public review of the day was…

Thursday I was in town. Spent the whole day at the mall as I had a dentist appointment (cleaning & checkup) in the morning. I have one small cavity right where I have been having issues for the last while (not the tooth that tried to kill me a couple of weeks ago, this is on the other side of my mouth) and I will be getting it fixed on Tuesday. Met my husband for lunch in the food court at 1.00 p.m. and then spent the afternoon at Starbucks reading The Fault in Our Stars. Finished it that day; will link review from the books thread. We had dinner at the food court at the other mall and then went to see 47 Ronin as it was in the cheap theatre. I liked it. You can read about it here: http://karalianne.tumblr.com/post/76603248630/movies-watched-today

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Tuesday February, 11th for 93 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

Tuesday was a pretty good day! Cleaned Bandit’s cage and got most of the dishes done.

Made meatloaf for dinner, made up the recipe:

1 lb ground beef, 2/3 cup oatmeal, 1 egg, garlic to taste, basil to taste, salt to taste, parsley to taste. Mix it all together and put in loaf pan; cook at 350F for 1 hour.

Also cooked frozen veggies to go with it, and had leftover mashed potatoes in the fridge so just heated them up. Really good meal!

:) kaizenkaren
about 1 year ago

Meatloaf sounds so good. I haven’t had it in a while.

:) bud lake
about 1 year ago

yum!

:) MadameAlto
about 1 year ago

Sounds like a very comforting meal!

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Monday February, 10th for 44 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

I went into the city on Monday. Too late for swimming, so I went to the library and then to Value Village. Then I went to the Centre mall and parked in the heated parkade and cleaned up the back of the car and found that I had no garbage bags. So I got lunch at the food court and went to the Dollarama to get some garbage bags. Then I cleaned out the back seat. (Wow it needed it.) Then over to Starbucks on 8th to drink green tea and answer questions about ADHD and work on the bass clarinet solo I’m writing. And then I went to Sobeys and got groceries, and the one I went to had Twining’s Earl Grey in the large tin, which made me very happy because I was starting to worry if I couldn’t find a local source; no idea where to order it. Then picked up my husband and we came home. We watched A Good Day to Die Hard after dinner. (We watched the third and fourth ones in the series on Sunday.)

:) MadameAlto
about 1 year ago

Sounds like a pretty good Monday!

about 1 year ago

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karalianne, in the Yellow Bracket, played Saturday February, 8th for 53 points, following 100% of her 3 rules. She didn't lose any life points and therefore got 1 piece of fruit for the hard work. Her public review of the day was…

It was the Met live broadcast at the Galaxy (movie theatre). We saw Rusalka (Dvorak), which reminded me a lot of The Little Mermaid. Supposedly not based on it, but the libretto was written 60 years after Hans Christian Andersen wrote his story, so I’m not convinced.

Went with Mom and a couple of her friends. It was my idea, which is odd as I have never been a fan of opera.

Might go see another opera this season, we’ll see.

I brought Oscar the toy guinea pig that I got for Christmas (well, he lives in my purse but I pulled him out and put him in the cup holder) and he liked it but thought it needed more guinea pigs.

:) MadameAlto
about 1 year ago

We just saw a semi-staged production of Rusalka and the program notes referenced the Little Mermaid; apparently both works were drawn from existing folk tales that had existed for centuries before. It was an interesting work, but it was sure LONG. I’d like to see the fully staged version someday.

about 1 year ago