Such a Pretty Fat or Why Pie Is Not the Answer
By Jen Lancaster
The 50 Word Review:
I am not sure why I like a book that makes me want to go out and exercise, but I do. Perhaps because it also contains such lines as "I'm not lazy. I'm simply judicious about excess movement."
Monday, May 26, 2008
Monday, May 5, 2008
Last Friday, there was a prescient article about the breeding of horses for racing in the Wall Street Journal:
Like hemophilia in the Russian royal family, Native Dancer's line has a tragic flaw. Thanks in part to heavily muscled legs and a violent, herky-jerky running style, Native Dancer and his descendants have had trouble with their feet. Injuries have cut short the careers of several of his most famous kin, most notably Barbaro, a great-great-great-grandson who was injured during the Preakness Stakes and was later put to death.I haven't seen the article (or its timely publishing) mentioned anywhere else, so I thought I would.
Posted by Sarah at 1:11 PM