I have so much to comment about yesterday and yesterday’s blog.
Speaking of yesterday and day light savings time, my body was not ready for one or more of the following things:
1. The cold weather of Northern New York
2. Actual college work
3. The ripple effect of daylight savings time? Does anyone else think that you feel more effects the day after?
And yes, each of you can come down to VA and to the beach for a blogger meet up and we can have an America’s Next Top Model party. I would love it..I would invite you all to upstate NY right now but it’s cold and I don’t want you to hate me too much.
Speaking of ANTM, someone found my blog yesterday by typing in Reina’s eyebrows. Whoever you are, we are already BFFS.
Okay I’m done let’s move to today.
Anywho now that I’m back at school I could finally use my giant waffle maker and coconut.
I do not recall which blog I read last week that reminded me to have a dark chocolate coconut waffle so if it was yours please let me know. With that being said-I was super excited to try it out. It was unnecessary to buy a huge thing of coconut for the week I was going to be home.
I just added ¼ cup of shredded coconut to my basic recipe!
½ cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
¼ cup dark cocoa powder
¼ cup shredded coconut
You could probably use coconut milk as well-but that will be my next adventure. I always look chocolate waffle pictures…don’t they just make you want to eat them up? HA.
Both math courses were hard to pay attention and seemed to take forever. That is what happens the week after a break I suppose. Especially since it’s pi day today, did you forget?
After class, I could finally have a quiche from Dexter’s and I chose Asparagus! They also had crab but I wasn’t ready for crab in my quiche. I got a quinoa and lima bean side salad. Can you say nom? Seriously-I’m becoming obsessed.
Incase you wondered, the washers at my school take exactly minutes to cycle through 1 loud. This route takes me anywhere between 36-40 minutes to run and starts from the laundry room. It kind of kills two birds with one stone ha.
The run went pretty well but I could feel the quiche in the pit of my stomach. So needless to say it was difficult-but my heels felt good and for me that’s all that matters right now.
Questions for you:
1. Where do your running routes start?
2. What did you have for breakfast today?
You know-you aren’t allowed to tell me you didn’t have anything for breakfast.