Creative Crumble

I’m back!  My test this morning went well, I’ll be surprised if I don’t pass, but you never know.  It definitely reminded me of how much I love literature – my job as a teacher so far has been VERY focused on the how tos of reading.  There was a question that basically identical to a question on my Jr year Irish Lit exam – Thank you Dr. Bowen!!!

I had to be out of the house super early so I made an onion bagel with cream cheese to eat on the train.  I went through a bagel phobia phase because they were all so Humongous, but these Lenders’ varieties have only 140 calories a bagel and taste as good as I remember.

When I got a little closer to the test site I ate this Kashi bar too; I packed h2o too, I wanted to be certain I wouldn’t have a growling belly mid-test!

Afterwards I actually got lost!  I was on the phone with my dad and I forgot to pay attention while I was walking.  Chelsea is a pretty fun place to get lost though, I spent about an hour ooh and aahing and finding fun restaurants for A and I to try before I headed to a subway station.

Once I got home I made myself a healthy, 1.5minute version of apple crumble:  one chopped Macoun apple, sprinkled with cinnamon, topped with a 1/2C skim milk, microwaved for 1minute and topped with molasses and pecan granola!

Yum!  I’d give this combo “five spoons.”  I recommend the granola as well.

These Liz little packets are only $2 at my grocery store.

The rest of the day is looking pretty busy; I have a class at the gym I’d like to go to, tons of schoolwork to do and some errands to run.  We also have some Halloween movies!

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One Response to Creative Crumble

  1. VeggieGirl says:

    Hooray for feeling confident about the test!!! I’m sure that you did SUPER well on it, no worries.

    Ooooh, love your quick & easy (and delicious) Apple Crumble!!

    Enjoy your busy (but fun) Saturday!!! Which Halloween films will you be watching!!?!??! I’m a huuuuuge horror flick fan…

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