Let’s see here today. Sunday is obviously a fun day. Especially right before finals and even in the rain. Now that we have had snow-I would just assume it stays here for a while. Rain is so mushy and gross when mixed with snow and the roads are dicey=death+icy.
Thank-you everyone for your lovely comments about my food overload. I had gone three weeks without binging and one day (although upsetting) it will not be as bad as I’m making it out to be. I am progressing. It is slow but I will get where I need to be. It is just as important for me to keep a positive attitude or I will only go backwards.
Here are my goals from last week (that I plan to continue to this week)
Here are my goals of the week:
1. Try at least 3 new foods on campus/in restaurants.
I tried quiche, sea bass and polenta to name a few. I have been doing really well with trying new things and getting out of my elements.
2. Try 1 new recipe.
Di’s Cranberry Cookies hello.
3. Try to have at least one breakfast that is not pancakes.
Although it was not as fancy as I would have liked or exciting. A bowl of peanut butter, yogurt and oats is not pancakes.
I’m also adding one for this week which is run about 30 miles. We don’t have intense swim practices this week (academics over athletics) so I must do it up.
Anywho for breakfast Aram and I made homemade choconanner muffins. The recipe is to come, I promise. Aram liked them a lot and I could sneak some fruit into his diet because he refuses to eat campus fruit. He did, however, have a lot of kiwi at the Chinese Buffet last night so I can’t give him too much crap ha.
I went to the gym today and did some core exercises and ran 6.5 miles. It was enjoyable, especially because I found a new tv show to watch in the gym. The Best Baker! It’s made by the TLC’s cake boss and it is so interesting. The cakes look delicious of course.
For some sort of mid afternoon “precasino” snack, I made some pancakes. I thought today would be my day of no pancakes but clearly it was not. I made lemon zest cakes but then added raspberries. I have to get rid of all these foods before winter break. I still need to get rid of tuna and mashed potatoes and my immense supply of Greek yogurt. I’m not sure I could do it if I ate a Greek yogurt with every meal.
Then off to the casino with my housemate Julie. It’s on the Mohawk reserve about an hour northeast. I can’t take pictures or anything in there but I ended up coming out with a profit of 20 dollars. All from slots I might add. Julie came out with 60 but she is a black jack champion.
For dinner we stopped at the union on campus and I tried a Hollywood hills wrap. It had rice, ham, cheese and turkey. It was good and I’m glad I did.
Also for dinner is salad number 8! Inside of salad number were peaches, spinach, toatmoes, kidney beans, banana peppers olives. My strange combination of food works wonders you know.
Question for you:
Have you ever been to a casino?
What are your goals of the week?