Monday, June 30, 2008

Peanut Butter Puffins/Southwestern Egg Wrap/ 100th Post!

So today I have the longest post title ever haha. First off, yayyyy its my 100th Post- which is just awesome. When I started this blog, I wasn't sure how long it would go on for so I'm pretty proud to make it to 100 posts! Second, Tina turned me onto Barbara's Peanut Butter Puffins. Ever since I purchased them on Saturday, I have been unable to stop eating them! They are absolutely delicious and filling! If you have not tried them yet, you must! I can't wait to try the other flavors!!

Tonight for dinner I made a Southwestern egg wrap. I cooked up some egg beaters with hot sauce and a little chili powder. I removed the eggs into a bowl. Next, I sprayed a whole wheat tortilla with pam. I placed the tortilla sprayed side down onto the skillet. I then topped the tortilla with the eggs, Amy's organic salsa and low fat Mexican cheese. I served the tortilla with strawberries. It was a delicious dinner!

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Sunday/Zucchini fries

Happy Sunday and sorry for being MIA again! Our trip was great and I am glad to be back and relaxing! Today I did a lot of work/practice for teaching. I practiced the new Turbo Kick for an hour this morning and ran quickly through step. I also started putting together a new Hip Hop routine which is coming along nicely, although slower than I would like. I also did some laundry today and ran to the pool! My friend Nikki was there and it was fun and sit and talk with her- shes hilarious. For dinner tonight I made chicken on the grill and served it with zucchini "fries" and a nectarine. The zucchini fries were good, but toooo spicy. They are a Rachel Ray recipe and I recommend the recipe to go as follows:

2 medium zucchini cut into 1/4-inch square 3-inch long sticks -- like fries
Vegetable cooking spray
1 teaspoon dried oregano
teaspoon ground cumin
teaspoon grill seasoning


Preheat oven to 500 degrees F.

Arrange zucchini on nonstick cookie sheet. Spray zucchini with cooking spray. Combine spices and sprinkle over the zucchini fries. Place in very hot oven and cook 15 to 18 minutes, turning halfway through cook time. Serve hot. Top with spoonfuls of chili, taco, or bbq sauce.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Chocolate Chip Espresso Cookies, Chicken Mozzarella

Ok, I'm all packed and ready for my trip! As part of my preparation, I made some cookies for the ride. Warning if you love coffee and espresso, you are going to LOVE these cookies. I found the recipe for the cookies on the blog 101 Cookbooks. This blog is amazing! I have like 3 or 4 recipes I plan on making from this blog! Any who, onto the cookies. I adjusted the recipe a bit- 1. I cut it in half, 2. I only used chocolate chunks vs . chocolate chips and chocolate covered expresso beans, 3. I cut down on the sugar a bit- here is the recipe:


1 1/4 whole wheat flour
1 tablespoon espresso
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 cup cocoa
1 stick unsalted butter
2/3 cup sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 egg
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
Chocolate chunks


Preheat oven to 375.

Mix dry ingredients (flour, espresso, baking soda, baking powder, cocoa) in big bowl. In a separate bowl, beat butter until fluffy. Beat in sugar and brown sugar. Next beat in egg and vanilla.

Slowly add in dry ingredients until completely combined. Mix in chocolate chunks. Drop rounded tablespoons of dough onto a cookie sheet. Bake 9-10 minutes. Enjoy!
I also made chicken mozzarella for dinner. I used my chicken recipe I posted about here, but used Italian seasoning rather than paprika. Once the chicken was cooked through, I topped it with pasta sauce and reduced fat mozzarella cheese. I served it with a side of pasta. Yummy.

Busy Bee

I felt like I was rushing to get all of the things I wanted to get done yesterday, but I some how got them all done! After work I did a quick clean of the whole house. I then ran over to the gym and taught Body Step. I think I had too much on my mind cause I taught sort of like poop. Afterwards, I came home and made the shrimp I posted about here:
Afterwards, I got some things in order around the house and helped Josh with some of his hw. He has so much hw to do this week- blah! I also gave Frank a bath and made some of the chex mix I posted about here:
I finished up some laundry and finally got to bed. I am a little tired today, but my Mountain Mudd coffee is helping me through the day :). Tomorrow and Friday I will be on the road for a trip. I will try to post up tonights dinner but then I may be MIA for a while again :) Quick question- is anyone watching that show the next foodnetwork star (or whatever)? Is it any good? I haven't had a chance to watch it yet!

Monday, June 23, 2008


Yayy Monday is over! I started my day off with some Turbo Kick practice then onto a busy day at work. After work, I ran some errands, did some house work, and then practiced a little bit more Turbo. I also went to Josh's softball game. They won and beat a really obnoxious team, which was awesome. Afterwards, I made delicious pizza with reduced fat mozzarella cheese, broccoli and chicken. It was so yummy. I wanted to make it on the grill, but it started pouring right after Josh's game!

Sunday, June 22, 2008


Hello All!

Sorry for being MIA again! We had a very busy weekend! We went up to PA for a wedding (for one of Josh's best friends from high school). The wedding had a hawaiian theme and was very laid back! Here are a few random pics:
The guys (the groom is in front in the white hawaiian shirt, Josh is in the back in the redish hawaiian shirt):
This is a more natural picture of the guys:
The ladies (most of whom are now wives or soon-to-be wives, I did a repeat dress for this wedding since it was low key (I'm in the brown dress I wore to my cousins shower ;)):
The wedding was great. Afterwards, Josh and I spent the night at the hotel where we were married last August. It was wonderful to be back! In the brief probably 10 hours that we were at the hotel, they had two weddings! We drove back tonight and had delicious salads for dinner. I marinated the chicken in light caesar salad dressing and then cooked it in the oven (I planned to grill but it started to down pour). I also made some homemade croutons mmm... What'd you all do this weekend?

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Sweet and Sour

Hello! At work today the internet went down and I could not get access to my email. Since I needed the access for a program I'm working on, I got to work the remainder of the day from home. I was very excited, but Frank wasn't happy that I was interrupting his sleep time :)Once I was done with work, I taught Turbo Kick and ran some errands/did some house work. I then grilled up some chicken and pineapple, and cooked up some broccoli and rice. I mixed them all together.

I then tried to use this recipe to make a sweet and sour sauce. I thought it was good but very tangy (i think tangy is the right word). Josh wasn't a big fan. I am going to continue to search for an awesome sweet and sour sauce recipe- anyone have any good ones (or other sauce recipes they'd like to share)?

  • 1/3 cup white or rice vinegar (Note: rice vinegar gives better results)
  • 4 tablespoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon ketchup
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • 3 teaspoons cornstarch mixed with 4 teaspoons water


Mix the vinegar, brown sugar, ketchup, and soy sauce together and bring to a boil in a small pot. Mix together the cornstarch and water, add to the ingredients and stir to thicken.

Turkey Lettuce wraps take 2

Hello everyone! Hope you're all doing well. I'm still feeling pretty yuck, but hoping today I will start to feel better! Last night I taught Body Step with Jill- its always so much fun to team with her! Afterwards, I came home and made turkey stirfry and ate it in lettuce cups. It was delicious! I also did a good bit of cleaning and house work! What did you do last night?

Monday, June 16, 2008

Sicky/Chicken Apple Sausage

My throat hurting and nose running started during work today :( I haven't really gotten sick since I got my tonsils out about a year and a half ago(before I got my tonsils out I had a cold almost every other month). Since then I have had about two mini colds- achy throat and runny nose for about 2 days. I am hoping this is another mini cold :)

Any who, enough whining, I tried aidell's chicken and apple sausage after reading about them on another blog. I grilled them up (they cooked wayyyyy fast) and served them up on buns with a side of fruit. They were very tasty , but a little breakfasty for dinner(not that I don't eat the occasional breakfast for din din :)). I am going to try a more savory chicken or turkey sausage, maybe next week!

Review: Health Valley's Fat Free Vegetable Barley Soup

Today for lunch I had Health Valley's Fat Free Vegetable Barley Soup. The whole can has under 200 calories and 0 g of fat. The flavor is light but delicious! The soup contains great northern beans,which I love! The soup is also 70% organic! I would def recommend that you give it a try ;)

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Sun and Big Salads

After my previous post, the sun came out! Josh and I headed over to the pool to relax for a few hours. A few of our friends were also at the pool, it was nice to hang out and relax in the sun! After a few errands around the house, I grilled up some chicken and squash/zucchini. I put them on top of spinach, sprouts, homemade croƻtons, almonds, and a side of sliced pears. Delicious!

MD Crabs/BS Launch

Happy Sunday! I was planning on going to the pool today but its looking pretty cloudy out :( Hopefully it will clear up! It has been a wonderful weekend! Friday night, Josh's Mom, Dad and sister arrived! We out for an awesome dinner of MD crabs. We also had some delicious (unhealthy) sides including hush puppies. Below are a few pics from dinner. Our friends Matt and Melanie also came with us!

Crabs with tons of Old Bay:

Josh's sister and I outside of the restaurant:Josh's mom, sister, and Josh getting ready:

Josh's Dad and I:
Melanie and I:
Josh and Matt:
mmm Hush puppies:

Saturday morning we launched a new Body Step. We had a red white and blue theme (which worked out well since it was Flag Day). Sorry the pics came out blurry for some reason. Setting up:
The four instructors:
Still looking cloudy, maybe I will head to the gym instead of the pool. Hope you have a great Sunday, I should have a food post up tonight! Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there-especially my awesome dad and Josh's dad!

Friday, June 13, 2008

Baking Insanity

Yesterday was pure craziness! I taught Body Step and then rushed to the store to pick up some ingredients for the mass amount of baking I did last night! Since my in-laws are coming into town, I wanted to make sure we had enough snacks, etc so I made the following:

Spicy Chex Mix- recipe from the Chex Mix website:

1/4cup sugar
1tablespoon chili powder
1/4teaspoon ground red pepper (cayenne)
1/4cup butter or margarine
2cups Corn Chex® cereal
2cups Rice Chex® cereal
2cups Wheat Chex® cereal
1can (11.5 oz) mixed nuts
(instead of 2 cups of three different kinds of cereal, I used 3 cups rice chex, 3 cups Wheat Chex)

Heat oven to 300°F. Mix sugar, chili powder and red pepper. In ungreased large roasting pan, melt butter in oven. Stir in cereals and nuts until evenly coated. Stir in sugar mixture until evenly coated. Bake uncovered 25 to 30 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes, until mixture just begins to brown. Spread on paper towels to cool, about 15 minutes. Store in airtight container.

Next, I made the oatmeal chocolate chip cookies I posted about here. Half were for part of our father's day gift for Josh's dad, the others for everyone to snack on this weekend.

Somewhere between all that I made buffalo chicken chili. I found this recipe on this awesome blog. It was a little too hot for my lips (and I only used 1/4 cup hot sauce!), but still delicious. I added peas and corn in.

Next I cooked up some of Sarah's delicious granola. Recipe can be found here.

Lastly, I made a "banana cream pie". I was originally inspired by a recipe from Melissa. When I bought the crust (
Keebler Graham I believe), there was a different recipe inside so I went for it:

1 1/2 cups milk
2 packages banana pudding mix (I got the sugar free, 4 serving size)
1 tub cool whip lite or fat free cool whip (I used lite)
2 bananas
1 graham crust

Beat milk and pudding for 1 minute (it will be very thick). Mix in 1/2 the tub of cool whip lite and banana pieces. Place in crust (see pic below). Top with remainder of cool whip and banana for decor (I am going to do this right before we eat it).

Lastly I put together a little basket for Josh's dad for Father's day. The basket includes a few of his favorite things- Starbucks coffee, a jar of oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, a
starbucks gift card (for his favorite drink), and a red Izod polo shirt. Phew! I am exhausted! This am I got up to practice Bstep with the ladies. Tomorrow we launch a new round- hopefully I'll have some sweet pics. Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Cashew Chicken

I had a nice busy day at work. Afterwards I went to Body Pump and then taught Turbo Kick. I came home and sat in an Epsom salt bath with Frank. He still has some little skin infections in between his toes so we're going to be doing these soak sessions a lot! After the bath, I made a recipe from the Perdue website for Cashew Chicken. The recipe calls for store bought, pre-cook honey chicken. Instead of using that, I boiled 2 chicken breasts and used them. The recipe goes a little something like this:

2 chicken breasts
1 cup chicken broth (low sodium)
2 tablespoons soy sauce (low sodium)
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
1 box (9 ounces) frozen cut green beans, thawed
1/3 cup cashews


1. Cook chicken breasts in boiling water until no longer pink. Cut into bite sized pieces.
2. In small bowl, whisk together broth, soy sauce, brown sugar, cornstarch and ginger. In large nonstick skillet, stirring frequently, bring broth mixture to a boil over medium-high heat.

3. Add chicken and green beans and heat, stirring occasionally, 5 minutes.

4. Sprinkle with cashews and serve, if desired, over hot rice.


Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Sesame Noodles

I am watching the finale of workout while blogging. I love this show- I know its way over dramatic, but I just love it. There are never enough recipes! Tonight I tried a new recipe that Kalyn blogged about- Rachel Ray's Hot and Cold Sesame Noodles. It was good but a little tangy. I am going to experiment with some other peanut butter based sauces. Here is the recipe, in case you want to give it a go:

1/2 pound spaghetti
1/4 cup Tamari dark soy, eyeball it
1/4 rounded cup smooth peanut butter, softened in microwave 15 seconds on high (Iused low sugar/low fat)
2 tablespoons cider or rice wine vinegar
1 tablespoon dark sesame oil, eyeball it
2 tablespoons hot sauce
2 cups shredded cabbage and carrot mix, available in produce department (I used broccoli slaw)
1 cup bean sprouts or pea shoots, any variety, available in produce department
3 scallions, chopped on an angle
2 tablespoons sesame seeds
2 chicken breasts (I added chicken for protein)

Cook chicken breasts, chop into bite sized pieces, set aside to cool.

Cook pasta to al dente, with a bite to it, then cold shock it to stop the cooking process by running it under cold water in colander. Drain the pasta very well.

In the bottom of a large bowl, whisk together soy, peanut butter, vinegar, oil, sesame oil, and hot sauce. Add noodles, chicken and veggies and toss to combine the noodles and coat them evenly with sauce. Sprinkle scallions and sesame seeds throughout the salad and serve.

Egg Beaters

Good morning

Hope you all had a good night last night. I have no idea where the time went but it FLEW by! I made the Parmesan Cauliflower and Broccoli salad I posted about here last night. Instead of using eggs I used egg beaters and it turned out great! I did feel I needed to cook it longer to get it to brown.

This a.m., I headed to the gym to practice Body Step (we're launching a new release on Saturday). I am tired and I have a long meeting today. Hopefully I will make it through :) Sorry no pis today! Have a good one.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Sunday Wedding

Sorry for the lack of food/recipe posts! What a crazy weekend! I am exhausted and its just Monday! Yesterday we went to an outdoor wedding. The event was held at a beautiful park but it was HOT (I think the temperature was in the high 90's yesterday with the humidity making it feel well over 100 degrees). Josh was really good friends with the groom growing up. The couple looked so happy! I have a few pictures- the first is of the bride/grooms first dance, the second is of Josh and his mom, and the third is of Josh and I (sorry my hair looks crazy- we had a fan right behind us ;)). Anyone do anything good this weekend?

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Les Mills Quarterly

I just got back from the "aerobathon" and it was incredible! The day was put on by Les Mills who puts together Body Step (one of the classes I teach). I had an amazing time. It was so nice to be in a room filled with people so dedicated to their health and the health of their participants. I participated in a number of classes including Body Pump, Body Step, Body Combat and Body Jam. If your gym has any of these classes, give them a try! I had never taken Body Combat or Body Jam and really enjoyed both but absolutely loved Combat! Here is a picture of some of the instructors from my gym at the event (before we got massively sweaty :)). I'm in the yellow top and blue capris in front. Please keep in mind this picture was taken really early in the morning :).

Friday, June 6, 2008

To weigh or not to weigh/Exercise-a-thon

Hey everyone!

Happy Friday afternoon! I am getting ready to let loose and call it the weekend! I just finished reading MizFit's posting. In it, she called out this posting which discusses how often (if ever) one should weigh themselves. I consider myself a pretty healthy person but I can definitely (on occasion) let the scale dictate how I feel. So, in the honor of setting goals, I am going to try to eliminate weighing myself a few times a week and limit myself to one weighing a week. I will let you know how this goes. Speaking of goals, I have really kicked my diet coke habit (so far:))! I have only had diet soda one time per week (when we go out to dinner) for the last three or four weeks! Hopefully I can continue this!

Tomorrow I am going to what I can best describe as an exercise-a-thon. It is a day when a bunch of group fitness instructors get together to preview some new routines! I am very excited but sort of nervous, as it is my first one. I will let you know how it goes :) Sunday we are going to a wedding. Hopefully I will have some fun pics from the weekend!

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Potato, Spinach and Artichoke Soup & Breadsticks

Yayyy for almost Friday! After work today I taught Body Step and then came home and did some work around the house. I also made bread sticks! I was super excited to try this recipe. The outcome was amazing! The dough is very sticky, so I recommend that you use a lot of flour on your hands and the board when you shape the dough into bread sticks. The original link for the recipe is here.

Bread sticks:

1 pkg. Regular or quick-acting dry yeast
1 1/3 c. Warm water (105 to 115 degrees)
3 tbsp. Vegetable oil
1 tsp. Salt
Coarse salt or sesame seeds (or melt butter and butter and garlic powder & brush on baked breadsticks
3 to 3 1/2 c. All-purpose flour
1 tbsp. Honey
1 Egg white, slightly beaten


Dissolve yeast in warm water in 2 1/2 quart bowl. Stir in 1 cup of the flour, the oil, honey and 1 teaspoon salt. Beat until smooth. Stir in enough remaining flour, scraping dough from side of bowl, until soft dough forms. Cover and let rise in warm place until double, about 45 minutes. Heat oven to 400 degrees. Stir down dough by beating about 25 strokes. Turn dough onto generously floured surface; roll around lightly to coat with flour. Divide into 24 equal parts. Roll and shape each part dough into a rope, about 9 inches long, sprinkling with flour if dough is too sticky. Place on greased cookie sheet. Brush with egg white; sprinkle with salt or wait until baked and brush with melted garlic butter. When baking bake until crust is deep golden brown and crisp, about 15 minutes. Immediately remove from cookie sheet. Store loosely covered. Should make about 2 dozen bread sticks. 70 calories per bread stick.

I also made a Rachel Ray recipe for Potato, Spinach and Artichoke soup. It turned out really well and was super easy to make! The original recipe can be found here.


5 large baking potatoes (I used four and it was more than enough), peeled and quartered
One 9-ounce box frozen artichoke hearts thawed (I used 15 ounce canned)
Two 10-ounce boxes chopped frozen spinach, thawed
2 tablespoons butter (I used a butter substitute)
2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil (EVOO)
1 onion, finely chopped
4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 cup milk (I used 1% milk)
Thyme (desired amount)
One 32-ounce container (4 cups) chicken broth (I used low sodium)
1 cup grated parmigiano-reggiano

1. Place the potatoes in a large pot of cold water and bring to a boil. Salt the water, lower the heat and simmer until fork-tender (about 15 minutes). Drain and return to pot to dry.
2. Place the vegetables in a clean kitchen towel and squeeze dry.
3. In a medium pot, melt the butter in the EVOO over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook for 10 minutes. Add the boiled potatoes and milk and mash together (I used an emulsion blender). Season with thyme then stir in chicken broth. Stir in vegetables and heat through, about 2 minutes (I cooked it longer than that). Add cheese. Thin soup if desired.

Review: Dr. Praeger's Broccoli Pancakes

Last weekend when I was food shopping, I hit up the frozen burger section with every intention of buying a vegi burger to try. Instead, I ended up buying Dr. Praeger's Broccoli Pancakes. Now they look just like a hash brown, but I was a little nervous that they would taste like Styrofoam. Last night we sort of had a random mix of stuff for dinner and I decided to cook up two of these pancakes to try. The review- delicious! They have the flavor and crisp of hash brown (if you do them under the broiler) but are much healthier! Each pancake has 60 calories. You can find the full info here. If anyone else tries them, let me know what you think! I am going to look for some of the other Dr. Praeger's products!

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Relaxation and Shrimp

After work today I did some house cleaning/laundry and then relaxed with Josh and Frank :). For dinner tonight I made a light meal of shrimp and pineapple skewers and corn on the cob. I did the skewers on the grill and they turned out delicious! Before cooking the shrimp/pineapple, I marinated them in the following mixture (original recipe link):

1/2 c. pineapple juice
1/4 c. lime juice
2-4 tbsp. soy sauce
1/2 c. oil

Marinate for at least 1/2 hour.

Weekend Pics/Spanikopita Burgers

Good Morning! Sorry this post is a little late! I had a busy night. This may be a long post (sorry), so lets get to it! Here are the few pictures I took this weekend. The first is of my mom and grandma and the second is of my mom and me.

After reading MizFit's blog about doing, not trying, I decided to go to Yoga (not try to go to Yoga) after Body Pump last night. It was a wonderful experience. I took Yoga in college and hated it. Last night's class was challenging and relaxing. Tracey walked us through a number of poses and it was so easy to follow! I found the stretching to be exactly what my body needed. Surprisingly, she also challenged our muscles with a number of the poses! After the classes, I went to Josh's softball game. I ran home and made an altered version of the Spanikopita burgers Tina had posted about. The original recipe is Rachel Ray recipe that I adjusted a bit:

Spanikopita Burgers

1 tablespoon Olive Oil
1/2 onion chopped
2 cloves garlic chopped
1-10 ounce box frozen chopped spinach (thawed)
1 teaspoon oregano
1 tablespoon Grill Seasoning (I used McCormicks Montreal Steak)
1/4 lb shredded mozzarella cheese
1 1/3 lb ground turkey or chicken breast


1. Heat the olive oil in a skillet over medium-low heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook for 5 minutes. Transfer onion/garlic to a bowl.
2. Wring the thawed spinach dry. Add it to the cooled onion and garlic. Add in oregano, chicken, mozzarella, and grill seasoning. Mix well. Form 5 patties. Cook paties in the skillet over medium high heat for 5 minutes on each side (or until no longer pink).

Rachel has a topping for her burgers in the link. The burgers were so juicy, we ate them plain on buns with a side of zuchinni.

I got up early this am to go to the gym and practice step! I am excited to have the afternoon free to clean/get the house in order :) Anyone doing anything good today (other than working obviously :))

Monday, June 2, 2008


Hello all! Hope you had a great weekend! Mine was wonderful. I drove up to NJ on Saturday and spent the day with my Grandma and Mom! We had lunch, went to the mall, relaxed outside, and had a nice dinner out! On Sunday my mom and I helped my grandmother clean up her backyard and then we went to the shower! The food at the shower was delicious (lots of salads, sandwiches, meatballs, pasta, and amazing desserts (my fav were the chocolate covered pineapple pieces!) and it was great to see everyone! I have a few pics of my Grandma, Mom, and I before the shower but I forgot my camera/computer wire! I will post them later :)

Last week, Sarah tagged me to do this fun meme. I have posted my answers below- if anyone else would like to do it- feel free (I think its a fun one):

What was your favorite cartoon as a child?

I loved the Smurfs! It is so strange to look back at cartoons and try to understand the concept behind them! When you’re little, a group of really tiny blue critters (only one of which is a female) seems totally normal- haha.

Pretend you are about to get a new pet. Which animal would you pick, and what would you name it?

I would definitely get another Bulldog and name him Beans.

On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the highest, how much do you enjoy getting dressed for a special occasion?

8- I really enjoy getting all dressed up every once in a while, but I don’t think I’d want to do it allll the time! I love buying dresses though.

Main Course:
What kind of music do you listen to when you drive?

A random mix! I, like Sarah, LOVE LOVE Billy Joel- he is my favorite singer. My favorite band is the Barenaked Ladies. I enjoy a bundle of different artists- on my trip this weekend I listened to Green Day, NeYo, Usher, Lauryn Hill, Ginuwine, and a variety of pop stuff.

When was the last time you bought a clock? In which room did you put it?

A clock? Ummm….there is a clock on a cell phone, does that count?