1, I always share my weekly plan with yall in order to have a plan and to stick to it. This week is definitely a bit off track-but in a good way. Lots of fun things going on but I can’t share until I have all of my “New to me cross training” complete. Then it gets one big blog post!
2. I don’t know about yall, but I go through phases in my cooking/eating out. It’s probably because I live alone and don’t have kids but planning my meals out can be tough. And since I am in my car during the day, lunch can be tricky. Well, I am in training all week stuck in front of a computer but it leaves me with the ability to sit and enjoy breakfast and lunch at home.
Breakfast (everyday so far) has been a half bagel, smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers and fruit. YUM. I made a quinoa salad yesterday to eat all week that was randomly put together (no real recipe). I used 1 cup cooked quinoa, chopped red and green bell pepper, grape tomatoes, feta cheese, white beans (thought I had chick peas but was out), and salt and pepper to taste. Very easy and good!
|don’t you love my old school tupperware?|
P and I had left overs from Sunday night’s dinner last night. Another cooking light one, Stir-Fried Pork with Broccoli and Cashews-but this wasn’t my fav. Not sure I would make it again. And tomorrow night I am going with my tried and true Cheesy Meatloaf Minis from Cooking light too. I will also be baking these muffins for our trip to Huntsville this weekend. See a pattern? Yes, I love Cooking Light.
4. You didn’t think I would forget about the Showerpill giveaway winner did you? Random number generator picked:
Congrats Kim! I know you like to be seen out and about town in your running clothes so this works out nicely for you 🙂
5. WOOHOO!! My flight is booked for Hood to Coast! I bit the bullet and spent the money. It didn’t look like flights were going to go down at all. So, I am getting into Seattle late Monday night and staying with Alma. We will play and eat all around Seattle Tuesday and I hope to get to meet up with other bloggers on Tuesday night too. Wednesday begins the NUUN festivities. Fast forward to time to leave and I went ahead and booked the 10am flight home. It cost $100 more but the thought of making an 8am flight after not sleeping from my first relay race doesn’t sound fun. And you can bet I booked a window seat to sleep on the way back.
6. Speaking of window seats, I emailed Delta about my flight back home on Sunday from New Jersey and they apologized and ended up giving me SkyMiles. Talk about sweet customer service. I know some people hate Delta, but every time they have been wrong, they have fixed it. I am very loyal to them. And of course, it is the hub in Atlanta. 🙂