So today, the pizza wasn't that bad. Luckily, they had it in a different room than the seminar, and I got there 5 minutes late so all the dudes in construction pretty much polished it all off. Thank goodness. I think I will eventually try pizza--but maybe a nice home-made low carb crust, low-sugar sauce, and good cheese.
Or I could just continue on my "eat nothing but BBQ beans and chicken" kick. I wonder if I could make a pizza with BBQ beans and top it with some shredded chicken and aged cheddar. Mmmmm. Damn. That actually sounds good.
As far as my other decision, I think I will be buying a bike. I may have to wait a little while so I can have enough money to do it, but I think I'd really like it. Yea! Thank you all voting. If you have any tips on buying a bike when you know nothing, please send them to me. My last bike was blue with little clouds on it and "Blue Angel" written across it. It was beautiful, but I think it does give you an idea of just how long ago this was.
Just as a note on my other "daring deeds", I did buy some new clothes. I went to a super-fancy bra shop (which I tried to talk my bloggy friend Happy Fun Pants into going along, but she is not so interested in my ta-tas) and I got 2 new bras for the price of a mint-condition classic Pinto (as in car, not as in bean). All I got for it is a much better looking silhouette, shoulders that are where they belong, and the ability to breathe. Oh, and I also got felt up by a sales-person, so that was an unexpected bonus. And I'm still thinking about that Seattle conference. The "Women, Food, and God" one, not one about ta-tas.
You all give me so much courage. I'm finding that there is a whole other list of things I want to try...pilates, belly-dancing, travel. We'll see how I fit it all in (read, afford it on a non-profit-sized paycheck).
I'm off to take a lovely, luxurious shower (can't wait until I can take a bath at the end of the month and can use my Lush bubble bars!) Next time, we talk barbeque!