Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Sick but still hanging in there.

I've been sick since Thursday and Friday night I really wanted a hamburger, but I just hunkered down and kept putting a face to the thought and was able to get through that momentary lapse of reason. So proudly I can still say I haven't had any meat since November 11th!
Friday night my 17 year old daughter, Taryn and I went to see New Moon and went out to dinner. We ate at Red Robin, per her request. We shared an order of fried zucchini. We originally wanted the artichoke dip, but since I found out it had bacon in it I decided against it.

I had the Veggieburger with onion rings. I only ate about half of it, we were so full from the zucchini. The veggieburger is so salty too.
Saturday we all went to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. This is the 4th year in a row we have gone and we absolutely loved it as usual. We sat in the 2nd row, and my 12 year old son Ryan was given a TSO jean jacket and a pick by the creator of the TSO. He was so excited and it's a really cute jacket on him.

I'm home sick today, so I'm just trying to eat what makes me feel good.

B- 2 slices of Ezekiel cinnamon and raisin with earth balance organic whipped regular (normally I'd add some nut butter - but I was just wanting the buttery taste)

L - Ezekiel tortilla, roasted organic onions, organic broccoli and brussel sprouts lathered in homemade organic hummus.

S - Purely Decadent Coconut Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl.

Have you tried this stuff??????????? Seriously good. I've tried the plain coconut and tried the chocolate peanut butter swirl. Who needs dairy ice cream with this stuff. The problem is I could easily eat the entire pint (did with the plain coconut) and it contains 4 servings over 200 calories each -yikes! Seriously it tastes better than the real chocolate peanut butter dairy ice cream I used to eat. It does have a tiny coconut aftertaste that does take about 2 bites to get used to, but then it's just heaven. The only thing I hate about it is the price. Why oh why is it so darn expensive.

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