Yesterday we got our baby back!
It was exciting and eventful. Webster gets carsick but we figured he would be good for running a few errands in the car after we picked him up from boarding. Nope! As we pulled up to our final stop he projectile vomited all over the laundry Adam had in the backseat.
I hopped out and walked him the rest of the way and he felt fine by the time we got home. He wasn’t too keen on the bath that followed though.
He is adorably pitiful when wet!
Yesterday brought another homecoming as well.
Uggggggh! I’m back in retainers full-time for the next 9 weeks. It’s going to suck, but at the end I should be officially done with day-time wearing. I didn’t blog yesterday because I was eating mushy things (plus lots of pizza!).
I kept breakfast soft today too.
Coffee with Silk Vanilla Almond Milk.
And berry banana soft serf.
I food-processed 1 large frozen banana with 1/2 cup each fresh blueberries and raspberries. It was perfectly tart and sweet.
I was online while I ate. I randomly freaked out about room availability for a conference I’m attending in October and booked a motel. Between pricing, checking distances, and coordinating with friends it took up my whole morning.
I did squeeze in a “something is better than nothing” workout. 20 minutes on the elliptical at level 8 random.
Do I look professional?
The afternoon was spent on interviews for both school and job things. Cross your fingers for me please?
I scheduled my appointments with room to spare so I killed time in between at The Spot with a large cold-pressed coffee with skim milk.
For today, this was one coffee too many; I’ve felt sick to my stomach ever since.
We are leaving for vacation on Thursday so I had to buy a few travel-sized items this evening. Then I came home to an easy dinner.
Roasted green beans.
I used frozen instead of fresh this time and these weren’t very good. I ended up having to add a side of french dressing (unphotographed) for dipping.
Plus cold pizza, x2.
Pro tip- Pizza Hut has really good deals on Monday nights. Yesterday we spent $25 on four cheese pizzas. I put them in the fridge to cool and then portioned slices into freezer baggies (wrapped in foil for extra protection). Now we are stocked up on cheap frozen meals. I also bought tons of fresh berries on super-sale that are waiting to be bagged.
How often do you buy food with intent to freeze it for later? Any items that you think freeze great/not so well?