Back from the Signing…
Posted October 18, 2012on:
…and let me tell you, carrying the book around should be considered part of an aerobic workout! Lisa noted that the book weighed 3 1/2 lbs. Lisa answered questions, raffled prizes (with help from Charlie the Tuna), signed books, and took pictures.
The goodie bags were nice — pink plastic Hungry Girl bags, filled with the following:
- a 5.6 oz bag of Hershey’s Simple Pleasures Smooth & Creamy candies
- a sample of Simply Snackin Dried Beef Sirloin with cranberries and blueberries
- a Vitalicious Mini VitaCake in Fudgy Chocolate
- a Weight Watchers Chocolate Pretzel Blast mini snack bar (I’ve had these, and they are delisious)
- a 1 oz. pouch of Funky Monkey Freeze-dried Fruit in Jivealime (Pineapple with lime – I found them to be too sweet after the first few pieces
- a 2.6 oz pouch of Starkist Tuna Creations Sweet & Spicy Tuna
- a mini cookbook from House Foods for their Tofu Shirataki Noodles
- a .8 oz bag of popchips (I got sea salt & vinegar potato chips)
- a package of 6 Flatout Foldit Flatbreads
- an 18 oz. plastic bottle of Bai5 Antioxidant Infusion (mine was Panama Peach), which claims to have natural caffeine, and to be Kosher, Vegan, Gluten & Soy free. That needs to be chilled before drinking, so it’s in the fridge, waiting to be tested.
The extra goodie for being a Weight Watchers member was a note pad
Raffle prizes included tee shirts, a basket from Weight Watchers filled with goodies, a years’ supply of Vitalicious products, a Hungry Girl thermos, and a case of Bai5.
I promised pics, so here goes:
The evening was fun, I got to do some walking, meet some nice folks while on line, and I got home at a reasonable hour What more can you ask?
If you get a chance to meet Lisa, you should definitely go.