Friday, February 29, 2008
It's a "once every four years" kind of day today. I celebrated by going to a Friday Fish Fry. In Wisconsin, we take our fish fry seriously. My MIL and FIL took us to a "Catholic Fish Fry." Now, what exactly is the difference I will not know, however that's how it's advertised. Many churches have a fish fry on Fridays during Lent. St. Mary's in Port Washington was our destination. They served baked fish, fried perch, fried cod, fried shrimp, fried potato wedges, and fried hash browns. They did have a nice salad bar that really would have been enough for me, but I indulged. It's Leap Day! I took baked fish and one hash brown, but went on to nibble on my 3 yr. olds plate. I am getting ready to buckle down for the weekend as I have money riding on my next weighin. Tuesday is the final weighin for my at-work weight loss challenge. 45 people are involved and if I can stay at 188 I should be good. I started the challenge at 194 and set a goal of 6 pounds.
Happy Leap Day!
Posted by TB--Milwaukee at 9:25 PM