Monday, September 17, 2012

3rd day in a row blogging, go figure

Hello everyone, I don't even remember the last time I blogged three days in a row. Thanks for all the great comments yesterday. Welcome Debbie what is your blog address? I googled Debbie's Journey and several blogs came up but it didn't seem that any were yours.

Yesterday was weigh in day and whooo hooo down 1 lb to 142. It's progress and it shows that I was good with food and exercise last week. I feel encouraged that I can exercise and eat good and get back into good shape. 

The roasted veggie soup I made Saturday turned out great and it was so simple. I roasted zucchini summer squash, butternut squash and a medium slice of onion in grapseed oil salt and pepper for an hour on 400. I then sauteed a bunch of kale and celery and then added the  roasted veggies, water parsley and a little more salt and pepper. It was delicious and I didn't even have to add any more chicken or veggie stalk for flavor. I LOVE LOVE fall soups.

Have a wonderful day :)


  1. Wow, Katie, your roasted soup sounds delish! I'm looking forward to homemade soups when we get some cooler fall weather. Congratulations on your new house! Good job on 1 lb down!

  2. Hi Katie,
    you are doing great! Such an inspiration! Have to try that soup. My blog address is (I think) haha I am so new to this. I am struggling getting my page to look good. So much trial and error but I am determined. Let me know if this works to get to my page.Hopefully I can get a few followers and comments.

  3. I am so proud of you:) We can do this if we all do it together right?
    I don't think I have ever eaten a roasted veggie other than a potato, and I wonder why I am not thin? Hmmmm???
    Have a great evening:)

  4. Great for you Katie! I also love summer squash and love to make soup with them. Fall is definitely in the air here in Colorado and I love it because I tend to make more soups. Will have to try your recipe. Keep up the good work :-)

  5. Great job on the loss Katie. I think all veggies taste better roasted! The soup sounds great, especially this time of the year when the weather is getting cooler.