I don’t know what’s going on with my skin right now but my face is broken out like a 14 year-old girl. It could be that I’ve unknowingly been putting conditioner on my face at night instead of my moisturizer. Sometimes when I travel I get creative in finding small bottles to transport my beauty stuff and my Pantene Pro-V was in my moisturizer bottle.
And on my long runs, the tag on my shorts has been rubbing my lower back raw. The same pairs of shorts I’ve been using to run for the past 100 miles are now giving me problems. I blame the increase in humidity here in Florida. But now I have what looks like a “Tramp Stamp” on my lower back. If you don’t know what a “Tramp Stamp” is just pray your daughter never gets one. If you have one, I apologize. That’s just what we called them growing up.
Since my lower back looks like someone poured battery acid on it, it looks like I’ve been getting treatments done to remove my “Tramp Stamp”. Every time I bend over or twist…owww.
So…doesn’t THAT make you hungry! Bahaha. John and I were home one Saturday night and nothing was on T.V. so we happened to be watching Throwdown with Bobby Flay about french toast. John said you gotta try that recipe! I tried to replicate La Isla’s famous french toast but the recipe called for a bunch of hard to find ingredients. So I ended up changing the recipe into something entirely different but still keeping the almond/cornflake crust that the original french toast had. It’s sooo good and with Mother’s Day coming up I think it would be perfect for the occasion. Cream cheese and strawberries are stuffed into an almond crusted bread, toasted, and topped with powdered sugar.