The What Runs Lori Theme Song with a rift of Tomato, Parsley, & Cauliflower Salad

April 11, 2012

Happy Wednesday! We’ve made it this far in the week and we’ve got only a few more days of adventure until the weekend! I’m wishing and hoping for sun. 🙂

It’s already day 11 of the HAWMC and I’m still going strong with 30 posts in 30 days. Woo hoo! It’s harder than you think to post every day and have a full-time job, workout, and eating schedule. 😉 But it’s also super fun and pretty insightful to write using the prompts given. I’m learning more about myself with each prompt and post. If you have time, try going back and looking at the prompts and maybe write a few words of your own on each.

So Day 11’s prompt is Theme Songs. Your health focus or blog is getting it’s very own theme song! Congrats! Now… what is it? What are the lyrics? What type of music is it?

I’m not feeling terribly creative today and am going with a song I’m loving. I feel as though it’s either loved or hated but I think it’s inspirational and super fun. Oh wait, that’s the name of the band…

We Are Young by Fun


We are young

So let’s set the world on fire

We can burn brighter than the sun

Carry me home tonight

The world is on my side

I have no reason to run

So will someone come and carry me home tonight

The angels never arrived

But I can hear the choir

So will someone come and carry me home


We are young

So let’s set the world on fire

We can burn brighter than the sun

Sure, this song is about drinking (if you read the rest of the lyrics or hear the song), but it’s also about being empowered, fearless, and taking on the world! And I love hearing words that motivate to that degree.

Know what else I like? Healthy, delicious, What Runs Lori fuel. And today’s recipe is not only filled with flavor and fiber, but it’s filled with new ingredient combos (at least for me). It’s a bit interesting but it’s SO GOOD.



That’s my recipe and theme song for the day. Tomorrow things may change, likes, dislikes, and song. But that’s tomorrow…


Go forth and enjoy your day!




{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

yo yo mama April 12, 2012 at 10:57 AM

wait! a scar? I gave it to you months ago?!


yo yo mama April 12, 2012 at 10:54 AM

hey I like the song and the way it is sung!!!


Ela April 11, 2012 at 12:59 PM

I love your upbeat take on all this!

Loving the daily posts too–I’m also not usually a daily poster, but feel like I’m learning from the experience–been a rough few days and having the posts to do has been kind of an anchor.

My theme song ended up being a Hebrew nursery rhyme!


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