D grilled dinner last night, and we had corn, broccoli, and Tofuky kielbasa with all the trimmings! I skipped the broccoli (mainly because it’s one of R’s favorite things in the world and she ate mine!) but definitely enjoyed the rest.
This morning was a creamy green smoothie of coconut water, mango, avocado, hemp seeds, spinach, and frozen pineapple.
Lunch was one of my simple faves – carrot and ginger soup!
And dinner was a toasty sammich on sprouted grain bread, Daiya chive and onion cream cheese, sliced tomatoes, avocados, cucumber, and red onion.
Stop the presses, I actually went for a run today. I was feeling well enough to go for a short run – so only two miles – but darn if it didn’t feel awesome! I have a new audio book to enjoy, it was nice and warm, and felt great to be out in the late sunshine. I didn’t have quite the energy I normally do, but I really needed to lace up and sweat!
So I think I mentioned that D and I usually go to Busch Gardens every year on our anniversary – without kids – and spend the day. This year we just couldn’t with our work schedules, so we planned for the weekend. I still wasn’t feeling well enough for that yesterday, but that ended up being a good thing. A bomb threat was called in, and they evacuated much of the park, and kept the England area closed for quite some time. For once, I’m glad we didn’t go!
R started day camp today, and had a great time. Therefore, the morning pics are back!!
On the whiny news front, I’m going to complain about the Supreme Court today. I know the religiously minded conservatives think this is a win, and I even understand why. And I get it, not just from a religious perspective, but from from the standpoint of a business owner not wanting to do something they morally disagree with. However, I disagree overall because I feel it’s yet another attack on women’s rights (a frighteningly growing trend) and equality of healthcare. I don’t know many religious people who don’t believe in birth control anymore, so maybe I just don’t get it after all. I personally think it’s a cop out to try and not have to spend any money on employees. All that aside, everyone should be scared. We mock other countries – like Islamic nations – who’s religious law is the only law. Where girls are married off young, honor killings are OK, and people can be executed for choosing a different faith. Part of the foundation of our country is the freedom from that, but the more we let some people’s religious values govern the laws of the land, the slipperier the slope we will be on. I find it inherently wrong for anyone’s religious views (doesn’t matter the religion) to play a role legally. And once we allow things like this, it has the potential of opening Pandora’s box. And that’s scary to me.
On the exciting news front (and a much lighter subject!), I’ve been given three books by publishers to review for the blog! Two are something I’ve never come across before, and the other will be more along the lines of the traditional giveaway. I’m really excited, and have been spending as much free time in the kitchen as possible to get research done! Stay tuned! Made something totally unique this evening and loved it. I have high hopes!
So with that, I’m going to go do dishes and then drag my nearly recovered butt to bed. Hope you all had a great Monday, and will have a wonderful week ahead!
And just because it made me giggle…