For some unusual reason, the last few days have been extremely strange, dietary-wise, for me! Since I blogged last . . .
~ I skipped dinner on Wednesday night, in favor of an IKEA cinnamon roll, an apple, and a piece of pumpkin bread, to allow for longer shopping time with Michelle. Boy, was I hungry when I got home from choir rehearsal!
~ Thursday, Michelle was over for lunch and we had ALTT sandwiches and coleslaw. (Nothing unusual.)
~ Thursday night, Dan was over for dinner and I made tomato soup (from La Dolce Vegan,)
(the picture does not do it justice . . . my apologies,) and grilled extra-sharp cheddar, avocado, and tomato sandwiches. Mmmmm . . . I had been craving cheese for about three weeks, so I finally decided to give in!
~ Yesterday morning, I ended up going to the Children's Museum with Chelsea and her girls, and then we ate at Mickey's Diner in Downtown Saint Paul for lunch. I had another grilled cheese sandwich (on white bread, obviously), french fries, and coleslaw!
~ Last night, Michelle, Christine, Ann, and I went for dinner to Punch Pizza (Michelle and I both had buy one get one free coupons,) so I had cheese and white flour again! (Oh yes, and a Coke . . . mmmm corn syrup and artificial junk.) Woo-ee! Then, Christine bought a bar of chocolate for dessert, which she shared with all of us, then we went to the Kitty Cat Klub to see The Original Mark Edwards, and I got a beer. (I drink, maybe, a total of ten times a year.) I thik I was as "cracked out" as I could get last night, without actually being on crack!
I am truly surprised that my system isn't in complete revolt right now! I guess we all have our junk food moments, right? :)
Needless to say, I plan on cleaning up my diet this weekend, in preparation for starting my new job on Monday!
Breakfast this morning:
Tofu scramble (get those veggies back in my system, quick!) and two pieces of nice, wholegrain toast with margarine and strawberry all-fruit. It's amazing how incredible healthy food tastes after you've fallen off the wagon for a couple of days!
And now, back to regularly scheduled programming . . . . :)