Wednesday, January 28, 2009

My favorite cake

Chocolate mousse birthday cake. Mmmm-mmm good!


Authentic Connecticut Republican said...

Nice cake, geezer.

Now you too will start receiving endless mail from AARP - it's awful; just seeing the return address will remind you, you're not 24 anymore.

Never mind you don't feel any differently............yet.

Don't worry; at some point over the next year or so you'll do something you've done before without any real problem - and the next few days after you'll feel like you're 90.

Trust me on this.

Anonymous said...

I love chocolate mousse cake.

Don't forget, though, that 2009 is almost 8% over. This means you should be 2.4 pounds lighter today than you were on January 1 in order to reach your goal of dropping 30 pounds by the end of the year. (Of course, if it were me, I'd eat the cake and fiddle with the adjustment wheel on my home scale until it showed me a couple pounds lighter).

CT Bob said...

ACR - I'm already a member, apparently. Where are my goddamned discounts to Cracker Barrel?

anonymous - the diet is postponed for at least another week as I continue celebrating my birthday. Boy, it's gonna hurt like hell when I have to cut off my leg on Dec. 31st to reach my goal!

Anonymous said...

Hey- Happy Birthday. Sorry I have to rant all over your special day. So your a AAARP member. I'm no longer a card carrying member. They are the biggest Insurance Co. Lobbyist in D.C.. They are a farce. Medicare is bleeding green to AARP and other insurance companies who are being paid to do the work that Medicare was doing very well. They Are the Black Water of the Health Care Industry. I'm not that good on facts but check out what time in the morning George Bush's pet bill was passed and what AARP had to say about it. Do you think that Chris Murphy's personality overwhelmed Nancy Johnson by that much or do you think maybe a lot of seniors were trying to tell us something?

CT Bob said...

Actually, I don't know dick about AARP, except that they seem to be doing their very best to keep the U.S. Postal Service afloat. If the USPS goes bankrupt, it ain't gonna be from their lack of business!