So. I went to a wedding shower on Sunday. It’s for a wedding I will be in in March – my brothers. It was a pretty long day, but no fiascos. I realized over the weekend that I haven’t been grocery shopping in about as long as I hadn’t done laundry. If you’d like you know how I figured that one out, I counted my socks when I did laundry last week: 24 pairs. That is 3.5 weeks of laundry.
I don’t know what I’ve been subsisting on, but I can assure you, it wasn’t pretty. I remember some eggs, and a really good few meals that came from a box and was New Orleans-themed.
It really didn’t get much prettier after the grocery store.
I left with three boxes of cereal. And I could not have been more pleased. It started on Grey’s Anatomy night, when I watched a boy in the house fix a gigantic bowl of cereal for dessert, with a big dollop of vanilla yogurt on top. Mixed in with the milk! I was flabbergasted. And immediately tried it.
And when I came home from grocery shopping, I had a bowl of cereal for dinner. Remember Cap’n Crunch Berries? I only vaguely did.
They were even better than I remembered.
I also tried a ruby red grapefruit for the first time. I cut into it like a grapefruit, which took some time. But it was juicy and delightful.
That might be the extent of my healthy eating for the week. :-( Can something please kick me into shape soon?
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In other news, I’ll part with some links of interest over the week:
- Wikipedia Blackout: Websites Wikipedia, Reddit, Others Go Dark Wednesday to Protest SOPA, PIPA (go on, wikipedia. i’m in full support.)
- Paula Deen’s type 2 diabetes: Is her cooking to blame? (i love paula deen, and i think i always will. this doesn’t look good for her. especially teaming up with a diabetes drug manufacturer… but she makes me melt. and yearn southern living. if i ever have cable again, i will gladly welcome her into my living room.)
- Burger King tests out delivery service in Virginia, Maryland
- Conquering the chilly workouts of winter
- Unleash the power of the nap (really interesting – it explains the phases of sleep, and what’s going on during each one.)