For food and for knowledge today!
I can’t believe I went to Organic this morning – that seems like ages ago! I LOVE the professor. He’s so normal and started the class talking about what we were doing over the weekend (unfortunately Winthrop doesn’t celebrate Labor Day so I’ll be in class) and what his plans were. Not only is her personable, he’s a great teacher. I’ve learned about electron orbitals about 5 times in my life from 5 different teachers and never have I understood as well as today.
I really liked the whole workout-after-class routine. Since being in class is kind of like being in jail (i.e. you’re trapped) when I got out all I wanted to do was run because I was freeeeeeee!! Time-wise, early mornings make more sense, but I think I’ll do this every now and then for sure. Once home, I set out on my bike to park at the Y and run from there. I ended up doing a 5 mile loop, plus the 4.5 biked miles. I felt great afterwards, but I was really hungry when I got home!! It had been 5 hours since breakfast. I quickly showered (YAY!) and whipped up a delicious feast –
Some homemade Cheese Bread that was baked last night (not whole wheat but very tasty) topped with some frozen/thawed Easter ham, a slice of swiss and some mustard. The whole thing was broiled while I made my salad.
Open-faced for maximal flavor
With my sandwich I made a big spinach salad:
- Spinach in a lemon/mustard/EVOO dressing
- Green pepper
- Goat cheese
I really felt like I was a sponge soaking up the nutrients!
I spent some time studying and doing an assignment for Micro, hence the last post. I have SO MUCH to do on my study-list and no time to do it!!!
Our friends had to cancel dinner due to a migraine ( ), so that leaves the evening wide open. I should study and we should cook at home, but we were so hyped for a dinner out (I was planning on a beer!) that it’s too much of a let down to bum around the house. Now we’re toying with biking to dinner. Guess you’ll have to wait and see what we do!