Country Grammar

28 Apr

I started today out with some would say a non traditional breakfast…..a whole wheat wrap with Trader Joe’s Organic Hummus, lettuce, half a tomato and mushrooms.

Surprisingly good and filling. May need to try this again. Nothing remarkable about this morning it was pretty quiet. I’ve been in a better mood lately at work and I think my co-workers think I’m getting some loving on the regular or something. Even I think I’m extra preppy for my normal demeanor so who knows. But keeping a positive attitude while at work was one of my goals for this month so I’m definitely on that!

I deal with a lot of nasty people in my industry(I guess dealing with millions of dollars on a daily basis makes some people that way?) And dealing with a particularly rude one this morning I sent him a quick “Thank you” for finally emailing me documents that I’ve been requesting for almost a month now. He responded back with “Your welcome” ummm its you’re. It took everything in me (and the fact I don’t want to be fired) not to respond with “Its you’re biznatch!” You can be nasty to me for no reason but at least I know how to use your as opposed to you’re!

I had leftover pork enchiladas for lunch.

I’ve made enchiladas before but never with pork and this was hands down the best batch yet. I don’t know if it was the succulent (how do you like that big word!) pork or the full fat cream cheese but I was in a fatty lactose heaven!

We had three people out this afternoon (yeah I work on a team of six) so things were a bit hectic after lunch. Most of it involved cleaning up  other peoples problems which is annoying but unfortunately part of the job. But its all good since I already have a few hours overtime this wk. Which means extra time and a half money so bring it on! Anyone else get paid OT?

 

I then decided to go for a run. I don’t like daytime running at all but figured it was going to be light out for a while go and get that done with. There weren’t too many people out on the trail and the sun was shining and things were perfect. I love how the light was shining on me and it was silent except for my footsteps. What I didn’t like was looking at my shadow and seeing my big booty shadow. But then again, it was kinda encouraging. I haven’t ran in a while so it was tough me. I would run two or three minutes then walk one and repeat. My ankle was killing me sporadically (thank you Clueless for giving me that word), I couldn’t breathe and my heart rate was getting into the 190’s/200’s so I had to slow it down a bit. Regardless, a good workout. I covered about 4 miles in 50 minutes and had a nice calorie burn!

Yeah, 169 was my average hr. EEEK!

I have no fresh veggies on hand and no meat so dinner tonight was easy to decide on. When in doubt I BFD! I went with egg in a hole which I’ve seen but never made. I took two pieces of bread, made a hole in each with a glass then put on the stove top with 1 tbsp melted butter. I whisked two eggs with salt, paprika and shredded cheese then poured it into the hole.

I laid out a dab of ketchup for each piece of bread and spread Trader Joe’s Superfruit Spread on the cut out pieces of bread

Carbs, eggs and cheese? Count me in. I loved it!

These are officially the devil’s work

And their packaging lies. It says one serving is 50 pieces (40g). I measured this out and this did not look like 50 pieces to me but then again, I could just want more but want have more and am bitter about that.

Has anyone heard of the show Sunset Daze? It’s a new reality show on WE about a retirement community in Arizona. Some are saying it’s Golden Girls meets Jersey Shore. I cannot wait to watch it! I am just hoping there is no hot tub scenes or making out at the bridge club.

And check out Missy Maintains for a chance to win a Seventh Generation Cleaning Kit! Ends on Friday so hurry over there 🙂

Another one that ends on Friday is for a nice Wiseman Tea Package including a pot and samples of tea–check out the contest over at Danica’s Daily!

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9 Responses to “Country Grammar”

  1. Mari April 28, 2010 at 9:58 pm #

    did you notice that you swapped bfast and din din today? Too funny

    omg Lincoln looks like he is saying”GASP” in the first picture! Too cute…

    Today was a great day for a run..it was brisk and sunny…

    I also love the sound of my feet on the trails..so relaxing.

  2. Amy @ Second City Randomness April 28, 2010 at 11:54 pm #

    That TJ hummus is a staple in my refrigerator. It seriously goes with everything! Much love…

  3. teneightsixfour April 29, 2010 at 9:23 am #

    That Egg Sammy you made looks delish!
    I made pizza last night because you inspired me…really what I’m doing from now on is copying your meals…tonights menu: Egg Sammys. YUM!

    Good job with running…any kind of exercise is good exercise!

  4. Monique April 29, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    i just adore hummus! I recently fell in love with garlic hummus! oh so good! mmm.

    and I havent made “eggs in a nest” in a long time! Its time to revisit that wonderfulness.

    puppy is so cute! I couldnt resist letting my mickey girl have a bit of peanut butter and pumpkin oats the other day…she lurved by the way!

  5. Can You Stay for Dinner April 29, 2010 at 1:44 pm #

    What an awesome BFD!! I have never made eggs in toast before but your pictures definitely put them on my “need to make this ASAP” list! Love the jam on the cutout pieces too!

    Yoforia looks like a great froyo place! And how could you resist giving some to that adorable little pooch! Such a cutie!!

    Have a lovely day!

  6. Kelly April 29, 2010 at 4:16 pm #

    The eggs in the toast look awesome!!! I love it!

  7. Naomi (onefitfoodie) April 29, 2010 at 5:25 pm #

    hahaha omg that pic of your dog is SO cute! all doggies love froyo!

    eggs in a window! i used to make that all the time when i was a kid! 🙂

  8. Fit Chick in the City April 29, 2010 at 5:33 pm #

    Love the dog photos! So cute!

  9. eatspinlive April 30, 2010 at 7:58 am #

    I love your photos! Your foods look delicious! And pay day is always a plus 🙂

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