Time to [Foam] Roll with it

Hey everyone! Happy almost-Friday 😀 Any fun plans for this weekend???

I have something fun for you! 😀

The OpenSky promo I’ve been telling ya’ll about….

this is for all the people out there who need a foam roller in their life.


As you guys know, I’m a foam rolling fanatic, ever since my IT band started bothering me with the spinning/running/Zumba combo. I have a deep and profound love for the foam roller- we spend quality time together every night 🙂 The foam roller is an amazing tool for relieving sore muscles. It does the exact same thing a massage would do for a fraction of the cost.

So for those of you who don’t own a foam roller yet, from now until tomorrow night at midnight, they’re on sale for $16 (instead of $20!) in my Open Sky store.

*I paid $25 for mine –and it’s shorter.. I actually like the big ones better (TWSS)- and would do it again in a second. I use it all the time!!

Shipping is $6.99

Here’s the kicker:

– We need at least 10 people to order one in order for the discount to apply – not worried about that!

– We only have 90 total – this I’m worried about!

So act fast, my friends! A foam roller would also make an awesome gift for an active friend or relative 😀

Happy shopping!    <—- Click to get your foam rolling shopping action on 😉


In very happy and wonderful news,


I could wait to continue our Wednesday night tradition of Indian feast after Pilates and Zumba.

The restaurant is under new ownership, so while the menu was different, it was technically the same 🙂

*Note: All pics were taken with the Crackberry- I left my memory card at home :/


They brought out the standard chips and dippers (pappadum and chutney)


I liked the new pappadum better. It was crunchy, light and not as greasy as it used to be. The chutneys were about the same… I love the green one 😀

You’ll never guess what I ordered:


The standard (or “The Gina”). Baigan Bhartha with tandoori roti.

I devoured it and it was beautiful 😀

The only thing I didn’t like quite as much was that this baigan bhartha was a tad greasy. I mean, I wouldn’t kick it out of bed or anything, but the greasiness was a turn-off. The spiciness however, was perfect.

Indian is back, baby. Lurve.

Well I’m off to meet the girls at the gym for weights, make some macaroons (I still owe Bethany hers and some for Kilee as well) and then apply for our passports. I think our Europe trip may actually be happening?!

See ya this afternoon <3


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  1. Janice- down the veggie road on March 21, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    oh we LOVE LOVE Indian food – we go 8almost8 every Sat night – I posted about our dishes also – and I have a friend/co-worker from Indian and she makes me food to bring home – so YUMMY and full of flavor!!!!


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