I was very productive on the business-front (although registration for classes does not look promising) but my split study schedule might have been a bad idea. By the time I got back to Starbucks in the afternoon it was packed. I roamed all the coffee bars in the area and it took me until 4:45 to find one that wasn’t sardined with Park Slope stay-at-home-mommies.
I drank a Fizzy Lizzy Tangerine while I worked and did manage to get some good studying in until Adam came to meet me at 6.
This drink was real juice with fizzy water and had 100% daily dose of vitamin C for 100calories.
Our fun plan was to hit up a beer tasting at a place on 5th Avenue but that fell through. When we got there we learned that 1. the tasting was an hour later than listed online, and 2. they don’t have a full liquor license so we couldn’t sit and drink beers while we waited. Our make-up plans were much better though 🙂
We took the looong walk (3miles total) to 7-11 for my version of heaven.
I got a Big Gulp of diet coke and it made me smile the whole walk home. And, we stopped in at a local playground so I could do what I’ve been dreaming of for the past two years…
…climb the mini rock wall! It was everything I had hoped for. We also tried to do the monkey bars but I was way too weak, children’s game are good workouts.
I was very hungry by the time we got home so I ate 5 of Adam’s Saltines,
and another kiwi bowl.
Dinner was a ‘use up the fridge’ effort that ended up being amazing.
My plate had –
- 1/3C cooked wheatberries
- ~2/3C sauteed peas and artichoke hearts
- 1/2 can of tuna
- the last jalopeno chicken sausage
- and tasty sauce (for 2 servings I shook together 2T red wine vinegar, 1T lemon juice, 1T evoo, 1shake oregano and paprika)
This was so yummy! It was a great mix of textures and the flavors blended together really nicely.
Tonight I would like to do a mini workout (seriously mini, like 20 sit-ups) and I will probably have a small snack/dessert if fullness doesn’t kick in after 20minutes. I am also determined to go to bed early!
Have you had any recent ‘eat up the fridge’ successes?