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Foodie On Stage! April 19, 2010

Since I am a total ham at heart, I’ve started developing this blog into a solo performance show.

Foodie McBody was an overweight, rice-loving couch potato when she got a wakeup call that threatened diabetes. Follow her roller coaster ride in “FoodFoodBodyBody”, from the medical laboratory to Weight Watchers and the world of jogging and secret blogs. Can she have her cake and have her health too?

If you would like to see Foodie McBody live, check out these dates! I’d LOVE to see blog readers in the audience.

  • Thursday, September 20th: “FoodFoodBodyBody”

at the Fitbloggin’ Fitness Bloggers Conference and Extravaganza!

7:00PM Salon B

Hyatt Regency Baltimore
300 Light St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

NEW SHOW!!!!!!!  (“The Ice Cream Gene”)

… it is 1980, and Susan is going to meet a woman in a hotel room. A very important woman. Will they recognize each other? Will they like each other? Will they like the same ice cream? This is maybe where emotional eating all began…

– recently performed at Pact Camp, Tahoe City, CA


11 Responses to “Foodie On Stage!”

  1. Kat Says:

    I got tickets this morning. Thanks for the head’s up that they were selling out. Can’t wait!

  2. Pubsgal Says:

    I’m going too, this Sunday! Anyone want to meet up? Especially for the walk back to cars, I’m a weenie when it comes to going to the city.

  3. June E. Says:

    This looks soooooo good. Tape it for all your far-away friends! And, you are a true inspiration!!!!!!

  4. […] really loved the little preview of the show that Susan was performing at fitbloggin. And of course, I missed it. […]

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