Just as needed, today was much more low-key than the first two days of my parents’ visit. Adam was at school all day so my mom and dad and I did some shopping, ate take-out at home, and saw a movie. It was just what
the doctor my sore feet and back ordered.
For breakfast I ate the newest Clif Bar, Coconut Chocolate Chip.
I doesn’t taste like a samosa like the chocolate dipped coconut Luna Bar, but it was still pretty darn tasty. Just enough sweet to be fun but not sickening.
My parents and I were at the mall for-ev-er, and I ended up making a lunch snack out of samples from the kitchen supply store.
Normally I’d be upset about not getting a more substantial lunch (or breakfast!), but I knew I had the filling meal coming for dinner.
Can you beat Moe’s rice bowls? I submit that you cannot. Rice, blacks beans, sautéed mushrooms and green peppers, corn salsa, lettuce, cheese, and cilantro.
Also amazing were the (serving’s worth of) chips I grabbed from the communal bag.
I loved getting to introduce my dad to Moe’s, you just can’t help but love it.
You can totally help but love this Eat More candy bar I bought in Canada this weekend.
I’m not even going to say what that looks like.
I took two (icky) bites and passed it off to the rest of the family to try. Just as well, I was much more excited about my movie candy.
Gummi cola bottles! To be accurate, gummi cola bottles, cherry gummi cola bottles, and sour gummi cola bottles; multiple varieties for the win!
The movie was also a good idea, we saw “Horrible Bosses” and all four of us loved it! John Francis Dailey (Dr. Sweets of “Bones”) is a great actor but he can co-write one hell of a screenplay too. The movie was dirty and guffaw-inducing, just my style.
Have you ever had a horrible boss? You didn’t kill them did you?!