Tuesday, December 13, 2011

my achy breaky arm

I went to work yesterday and I was whining  commenting to one of the girls about my arm hurting and I couldn't understand why. I said that I hadn't done anything strenuous, just baking all day. She asked if I had mixed all my cookie dough by hand and then I realized that must have been it. Now I know I"m getting old when I can't even handle a day of mixing cookie dough without over taxing muscles. Geesh.
So if I appear to be leaning to one side for the next couple of days like my picture here, don't mind me. Help yourself to the cookies and pass me the Ben-Gay please

29 comments:

  1. They look just perfect!!! And I love your cute blue centerpiece! We can't over-use any body part without it hurting, ouch!!!

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  2. Whoa - scared me a bit with the title - I got better stuff than Ben-gay - trade ya for the cookies...

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  3. that's quite a tilt.. your arm must really be aching.. hope it gets better soon Ann. Go ez with the baking even though Christmas is just so near...i haven't done any baking at all *LOL* i probably should start this weekend.

    the cookies in the tray looks deeeeeelicious :)

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  4. Sorry about the arm, but it looks like it was worth it :)

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  5. One bowl of cookie dough and I'm done for for the next ten minutes - its that stiff consistency - so not surprised a day of it gave you the aches *hugs*

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  6. Wow, you have been busy! I only usually bake one type of cookie a day :)
    The ones with the chocolate? center look yummy!

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  7. Kitties are really good at kneading dough. They are also really good at mixing ingredients, as long as you sprinkle a little cat litter on top.

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  8. hubby had the same thing when he got up today, he trimmed and hacked bushes yesterday with the trimmers and when he got up he KNEW what he did. cookie dough arm! sorry but I am smiling just a little. old age aint for sissies.. OOPS it's ME that's old not you.

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  9. Sorry to hear about your arm - esp. during the holidays with everything going on ... try some Bayer Back & Body - over the counter ... it saved me when I had hurt my back.

    Happy baking ... will do my cookies this weekend.
    Katie
    www.westiejulep.blogspot.com

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  10. I like the spindles on the chair back, very delicate. Hope the pain is better today.

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  11. I'm sorry about your arm, but you have to admit it's worth it. :) Your cookies look delicious! Are those magic cookie bars in the pan??

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  12. All Day??? No Wonder it hurts!
    Pass me a cookie please!
    hughugs

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  13. Poor Baby... I'm sorry!!!! Sounds like you did alot of baking though... YUM!!!!!

    Hope you feel better soon. Aches and Pains are NO FUN..
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. You aren't old... your arm is just complaining because you asked it to decorate the tree and then make all those cookies... it isn't fair... you didn't even ask - lol
    Hugs, antonella :-)

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  15. Precisely why I bought a nice big mixer. Making bread dough was becoming a mamoth chore with aches all round. Oh the joys of aging. lol
    Briony
    x

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  16. They look yummy indeed. Sure wish I could have one of each for real. Yep, I can see that stirring all that dough would make your arm sore. You're not used to doing that everyday.

    Have a terrific day. My best to Duke. :)

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  17. Just like tennis elbow, you have cookie dough arm.

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  18. That is probably true. You have cookie dough elbow. Sorry you have a hurty arm from making all those yummy cookies. We are sure everyone is going to enjoy those delicious looking morsels. Glad I didn't make cookies this year. Take care.

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  19. I'm such a wimp I have to have my husband help if I need to mix more than one bowl so I'm impressed you did as much as you did by hand! Your cookies look yummy!

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  20. That's so funny!! I use a mixer now for my cookies--or I have Joe make them instead. He's got muscles. Hee! Hee!

    Sounds like you will need some weight-lifting for next year's cookie-making!

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  21. I totally understand! I'm like Donna....please pass me one of those cookies!!!

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  22. Oh Ann - your cookies look just awesome - so precise and professional looking - totally opposite of mine! sandie

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  23. LOL ... all those cookies look awesome as I sit here drinking wine. Not sure the two go together but who cares!

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  24. By hand? I am so lazy I never do that! Wish me luck - cookie baking starts tomorrow! Hope I get as much as you done!

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  25. Quick, catch those cookies before they roll off the table and then Duke gobbles them down!

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  26. Sounds like a good way to build up the muscles! Your treats look yummy Ann!
    xo Catherine

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  27. Arm muscles? What's that? Mine left me about 5 years ago.... just flab now. LOL

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  28. Oh so funny and I can totally relate. Your cookies look delicious btw!

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  29. Yum, yum ! I'll take one with the Hershey's kiss in the middle! And a bar too.

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