Hi guys! Last night was indeed another long night. By the time Scott and I plopped down on the couch it was after 11pm. I felt bad but I was yawning during the other guys’ test. I was pooped! I came home and had a small bowl of frozen grapes and two prunes. No picture because I took pics during the test and so my camera battery needed charged.
Then I crashed in bed! I got my sleepy butt up and out of bed at 7am and got started on my day. Rocks was taken care of and I changed into running clothes and was out the door. I did a very sweaty and slow 3.5 miles and headed back home for some CS.
Glorious, especially when it’s steamy hot outside. I ran back out with Rocky for his walk and then I could finally hit the shower. I got Scott up and then went straight to making breakfast. I wanted oats this morning and wanted them to be as simple as possible.
Basic oats with some blueberries added in. No mix-ins or anything. Easy peasy! Along with some coffee, it was a very yummy breakfast.
I got started on some laundry and it feels like I just did laundry! And worked on some things for the SF seminar this weekend. After that was done, I realized I worked up an appetite and all I wanted was some vegan nuggets.
As much as I love them, clearly vegan nuggets would not make for a great lunch. :p So I had to toss in some other things in there as well.
Very small salad with mixed greens, shredded beet and zucchini. Topped with a small amount of balsamic and olive oil.
Smoothie! I found some spinach in the downstairs freezer and thank goodness because it meant smoothies were back to being on the menu. Produce is getting scarce around here and I thought smoothies were down for the count.
- 1.5C OJ
- .5C POM
- 1C water
- Huge handful of spinach
- 2 small carrots
- Frozen peaches
- Frozen pineapple
- Frozen blueberries (because we didn’t get enough from breakfast )
Remember this makes smoothies for both Scott and I, plus a little extra for Scott.
Kashi veggie crackers for dipping in hummus. I love these crackers! They are probably my fave Kashi cracker with honey sesame in a very close second place.
I dipped the vegan nuggets into bbq sauce and hot sauce. These are the one highly super processed item that I adore. And it’s also why I don’t eat them too often. They are sooo good! But soy and mushroom protein have to go through a lot to look like that and I also think they are fried, making them not the best thing around. I will gladly take them over a chicken nugget any day though.
I have lots more to do today before MT so I leave you with this:
That’s us during my demo which was about exploring the difference in range using staff verses stick. Clearly the staff is larger and going to have a longer range. I provided examples of how using a stick still provides you with the ability to block strikes and also retaliate. And then I moved on to show how just because someone has a larger weapon doesn’t necessarily mean they are going to come out on top. Shown here as I’m about to take off Scott’s head with a strike.