After my healthy breakfast-on-the-run, I had some good lunch eats.


Leftover Cozy Chicken Noodle Soup and GH Whole Grain Goodness bread.


Plus a banana.


I had kind of a crappy afternoon and wasnt feeling much like cooking, so hubby and I had a pizza night. We started with salads to get a veg serving. They were a mix of spinach and baby greens with organic red pepper, sunflower seeds and more yummy Girard’s Champagne dressing (*).


Pizza! I had 1 slice of pepperoni and 2 slices of cheese from this fabu NY-style, thin-crust.



I tried to cheer up with a baking experiment.



Any guesses what I’m working on?


And check out this maze I drew. It’s not very difficult. 😆 Anywho, when I was a kid, I used to draw mazes all the time – especially when I was in class at school. They kind of help me concentrate. I used to draw HUGE mazes on 8 1/2″ x 11″ paper. I just doodled this one at random. Guess I should try to make them more challenging, eh?

What’s your favorite thing to doodle? Want to share it? Email me your doodle (or maze if you want) at thechiclife at gmail dot com.

22 thoughts on “A-Mazing”

  1. That cool that you used to draw mazes as a kid. Have you seen Inception? It’s all about mazes and is a pretty interesting movie.

    I used to draw symmetrical stars with probably 100 points, each a different color, kind of like a 1-D version of the lighted Christmas stars people hang from their awnings.

  2. Hmmm…mazes. Very interesting. I usually doodle something boring like my name (I used to doodle my name with the names of boys that I liked…so mature) Sometimes (especially when I’m in faculty meetings), I doodle cartoon people from the shoulders up…they never have bodies. Kinda weird.

  3. I totally used to draw mazes too! I remember sitting next to a kid in 3rd grade, and him and I would have contests to see who could draw the most complex maze. His were usually better 🙂

  4. Very impressive doodling! I always doodle with flowers. Little daisies everywhere, haha.

    Isn’t WF noodle soup the best?!?! The perfect flavor that reminds me of home.

  5. awesome maze !!

    I like to draw words in the shape of whatever the word is… like an ice cream cone might be ICE (top scoop) CREAM (second scoop) CONE underneath in the shape of a cone… I’ll try to email you one – 🙂

  6. Chia seed cookies, or green-something cookies? I love your green baking goods, I’m so excited to make the spinach muffins this weekend!

    I love to draw faces, with exaggerated facial expressions. Art is my favorite! And although I love love love painting, my drawings always seem to turn out better. Shucks, I got to get my paint on!

    • Ooh I would love to bust my paints out as well. Especially now that I have a big yard to do it in! Which kind of paint do you prefer? Acylics, oils, watercolors?

      Hope you like the muffins!


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