I’ve come up with a surefire way to lose weight and stay healthy! The idea struck while I was in the kitchen this morning eating a honey bun.
It all happened as I was feeding Mary Grace (my sweet Boxer). Dancing while eating will help you burn the calories as you eat.
I think my work is done here.
Hey, wait a minute — instead of giving all my secrets away for free, I could write a book and do a video. I’ll be rich (picture me leaning back in my easy chair, sunglasses on holding a cigar — make that a bubble gum cigar).
I’m practically a mogul.
I’m always celebrating food with a dance — it can be an all out dancing spell or a little jig in my chair. I love food. You can probably tell how I work food into almost every post. Food is fun and I think it’s important to enjoy it every chance you get.
Holidays, birthdays, weddings and life in general are all marked with a meal. And it’s not always the healthy stuff. Although, at every covered dish festivity somebody always bring something with raw vegetables.. This is often put next to the cheese casseroles for some reason — it’s really not fair to the vegetables.
So, back to my point. Dancing has been proven to be a wonderful aerobic exercise (I read it somewhere) and you have to eat to live – put the two together and, voila, you’ve got the perfect weight loss/get healthy plan. Oh yes, just look in the Bible — they danced a lot back in those times. If you’ll notice, it never says a one of them died from heart disease or being overweight. I think it might have had something to do with olive oil too.
Remember to look for my new program coming soon to a convenience store shelf near you. That’s the perfect place to sell it — strategically placed between the Little Debbie Cakes and the Pepsi cooler — just gas, eat, dance and go! You can fill up your car tank and your own tank and dance all the way back to your car. You won’t have to worry about the calories piling up as you travel.
It’s the perfect plan.
(Maybe I can partner with Dunkin and Krispy Kreme…)
Wow. Great opening and closing and tickle-funny in between, definitely in your unique “voice.” : )