The Sunday Salon ~ Do You Eat Kitty Litter for Lunch?

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I am back from church, and soo hungry I could eat a whole panful of Kitty Litter! LOL… before you go all, “EwWwW, gross!” let me ‘splain.

I’ve just finished my first Read-a-Thon, and was surprised by a LOT of how everything worked out. My thought going in was this: I read every day anyway, how hard can a 24 hour Read-a-Thon be? *cue insane laughter now*

Yeah…. First off, I have kids. I have 3 kids, in fact. Three delightful and loving sisters who delight in few things more than tormenting one another and making each other squeel. Which, in turn, makes ME squeel. Second, the idea of hourly updates really made it harder for me to get much reading done because, by the time I finished the update and settled back into reading, it would be time for another update.

BUT… by far… the greatest enemy I found was that damned evil blue bird, TWITTER.

It seems I have yet to master the skill to be plastered, obsessively, to the TweetDeck AND read a book at the same time. So I ended up tweeting, totally random and slap-happy at times, to an unproductive degree.

On the upside, though, I did have the oppurtunity to offer up some Kitty Litter Cake:

A nice, big, overflowing pan of Kitty Litter Cake!  YuM!

A nice, big, overflowing pan of Kitty Litter Cake! YuM!

It seems to have been a popular post :-D, and I’ll be taking some of this revolting-to-the-eyes-but-delicious-on-the-tongue dessert to the Mother’s Day carry-in 😀

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Oh my… I’ll never get anything done now!

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10 Responses

  1. Okay, that cake is totally gross. I don’t think I could eat it.

  2. I have never been able to bring myself to eat Kitty Litter Cake. Someday.

    Twitter is eeeeeeevil.

    I stopped using Tweet Deck and started using Twitter Fox last week. We’ll see how that goes.

  3. I don’t think I could eat the kitty litter cake either. It looks too disgusting and I doubt I could ever get past that enough to try it, so it could be delicious and I’d never know!

    I knew if I was really near my computer while reading I’d never do any. I turned off Tweet Deck. I decided not to do hourly updates. Instead I updated when I felt I needed a break or when I’d finished a book. I think it worked pretty well for me. Your updates are amazing, though! You put so much thought into them. Mine were more like, “Finished. Next. Here’s how I did.”

    I also don’t think I could do it with kids. Honestly I doubt I’ll even do as well in October with my future husband. He’s needy!

  4. If I tweet while watching the “Twouble with Twitter” vid, is that like MATTER and ANTI-MATTER colliding?

  5. That cake looks gross, but it’s a cute idea. I have a cat-loving friend who get a kick out of it. 🙂

  6. That Flutter thing was hilarious.

  7. I ended up staying away from Twitter all yesterday, because I just knew it’d suck up all my reading time if I let it. And I’m not even that obsessed with it!

  8. Gross out!! Glad you had fun with the read-a-thon. I was cheer leading and am going to join in as a reader next time.

  9. Ha ha, your kitty litter cake looks awesome! I’ve been dying to make one ever since I saw the recipe on instructables.com.

  10. You know how I feel about the kitty litter cake LOL! But I wanted to congratulate you on finishing the read-a-thon!

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