Mornin’ friends! I can’t believe we’ve already made it to Thursday. I don’t know about you, but this week is flyin’ for me!
After spending, literally, all day at the computer yesterday doing a bunch of stuff, I just didn’t have it in me to blog. I was wiped. Instead, since Jay had a softball game, I opted to play lazy on the couch and do a whole lot of nothing…and it was glorious.
Since I knew Jay had a game, we didn’t plan anything special for dinner, but I still wound up having a little something yummy. Jay cooked himself a burger on the grill and I made a BLT-AT…bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado and turkey sandwich.
There were two lone slices of turkey left in the fridge, so I figured I’d use those up. I also picked up an avocado the other day at the store with intentions of using it somehow but hadn’t gotten around to it. It was finally ripe last night, so I figured I’d incorporate the two into a lovely gourmet BLT, if you will.
All on a whole wheat bagel thin. It was awesome.
I also ended up finishing up the last of the Buffalo Chicken Pasta, which was probably about this, x5.
So sad to see that gone. So sad.
In other news, I also made my first ever attempt at the sock bun yesterday…
Not bad for my first time, eh?
In case you’ve never heard of it (like my husband…shocker there!) yes, there is an actual sock up in there. I watched this video on how to do it and it really is super easy…that coming from the one who can do zip with her own hair. I am in love.
This morning called for fruit and yogurt…and lots of it.
This bowl has a container of plain Chobani under there, which is masked by plenty of delicious strawberries, blueberries, and bananas. As delicious as it looked, I realized there was still something missing…
Ahhh. That’s better.
Nothin’ like a little Love Grown Foods granola on top my yogurt bowl. Talk about delicious.
I’m off to a shift at work this morning…followed by some more work back home. Busy, busy, busy!
Questions for the Morning:
How many times per week do you cook and prepare a full dinner? Ideally, would you rather have more fully cooked/prepared dinners, or do you prefer to keep it simple?
Do you consider yourself “hair savvy?”