Yesterday was totally boring and lazy and wonderful! I mean, totally. I started the morning out in the screened in porch with my girls!
Katy is always looking at me like, “What about me?” “Why aren’t you petting me?” “Why is that thing on your lap and not me” If I could hear her thoughts, I’m pretty sure they would be: “ME, ME, ME. ME, ME, ME. ME. ONLY ME!”
Sarah is still trying to figure out what to do when the other two tear ass to the fence and bark wildly at a passer by. She wants in on it. Kind of. The little ones are still a little scary to her and she’s not quite sure what to bark at or who they are chasing. Or what it means to chase. Standing on the couch, in the screened in porch, seems like a safer place for now.
Meal #1: Yogurt, Panda Puffs and a Godwin bar.
Meal #2: Left over Mongolian beef with brown rice
I snacked on some gluten free pretzels and hummus while the rice cooked.
Meal #3: Left over pulled pork and corn on the cob
Meal #4: Left over pasta bake
Meal #5: Roast, potatoes and carrots
Justin and I were both craving cookies last night, but I knew there was no way I could have a whole batch of cookies in the house and not eat them all. Justin can eat two cookies and be done FOREVER! He may not eat one more cookie out of the whole batch! I on the other hand will not rest until every last one is gone. Knowing this about myself, I was not going to bake cookies at 8 o’clock at night. To feed my sweet tooth, I ate a bowl of gluten free Panda Puffs with dark chocolate almond milk! FYI, I don’t recommend eating a bowl of cereal at 8 o’clock at night either (it made for a very restless sleep), but last night, it seemed like I only had two choices…cookies or cereal. I picked the lesser evil.
YUMTASTIC! Squashed my sweet craving without having to eat two dozen cookies! Winning!
By the way, we are back to roasting in the midwest. We had that nice little break of cooler temps and rain, but got reminded yesterday what season we are in as Mother Nature slapped a big fat heat blanket on us again.
It got crowded around the water bowl a few times.