The weekend is officially here. For most of you that means a long 3 day weekend. For me that means, two more weddings. But it doesn’t really feel like work, and I usually get done pretty early, and we are having a Memorial Day neighborhood party on Sunday. So I’m looking forward to it.
Let’s go back to Thursday breakfast:
The last bowl of cereal with a naner.
Then I rushed out the door to work. I had to get all my ducks in a row for this weekend’s weddings. The last weekend of busy season, then low-key until the fall. We are an outdoor wedding facility, which makes for a hot summer wedding in Florida. I also had to prepare for a Bridal show we are having next weekend. I plan to stay busy throughout the summer while still enjoying several weeks of vacations.
I brought leftovers to work for lunch:
Fake chicken stir fry.
After work, I went to my sister’s to see my babies. They just get cuter every time I see them. Mom was at my sister’s (she’s on the health food wagon too), and she had some yummy organic cucumbers and hummus to snack on:
After we got the babies to bed, (I must say, Auntie Em has the magic touch), we had some pizza:
I picked the chicken off this BBQ chicken pizza, it was just okay. It was off to bed early in anticipation of a big Friday (taking the babies on a field trip to Whole Foods).
Friday breakfast was in 2 stages. Stage 1:
These cherries were awesome! I ate more than a handful before going running. I ran about 2.5 miles and boy was it hot! I should have went at 6:30 when the baby alarm first went off.
After my run I had a bowl off oatmeal with lots of peanut butter, I let it cool for a good 20 minutes because it was so stinkin hot, and I had my hands full of babies. Love, love, love it!
This is a blog about food, but I want to eat these babies up, so here’s some pics of the loves of my life:
Gracie beeping her horn.
Evan likes to put his feet in his mouth.
We packed them up and ventured to Whole Foods. I got lots of goodies and we had lunch:
There was some veggies with dressing, tater salad, vegetarian “chicken” chili, An Indian eggplant dish, black-eyed pea salad, couscous salad, and a fudgy, yummy, dessert.
Washed it all down with a Kombucha:
I only drank half of this, and saved the rest for when I got home to have with this treasure I found:
Only 120 calories per serving (20 chips!), and barely any fat, these chips rock! And I didn’t even eat half a serving, they were so yummy, salty, and vinegary, a few totally satisfy.
Dinner was a meatless fantasy:
Yes, those would be meatless wings:
I highly recommend this. Hubby would too. I’m still trying to figure out how to buy and cook for him. Do I buy the expensive, organic food for him, that he could polish off in one sitting, when he would be happy eating ramen soup and grilled cheese, or do I buy him the cheap crap? Any opinions?