Oh man, what a good weekend! Sunday = fun day. This will be a quick post because it is laaaate.
Yesterday morning A and I got up and trekked (in the rain!) to Target. From there we headed to a movie theatre in Cobble Hill to watch the new X-Men movie. We were both super hungry but the theatre is on a crappy street and it was pouring so we ended up getting food here –
There was literally nothing healthy on this menu, nor anything I really wanted, so I chose by calorie count alone! The chicken biscuit had 350calories so chicken biscuit it was!
This actually wasn’t too bad tasting! I would have still been hungry, but I was saving my self for movie snacks! A small popcorn,
and Dark Chocolate Cookie Dough Bites.
A and I really enjoyed the movie, it had some great action and some really funny moments too! When we got home I got down to business and got 90% of my work for this week done. From there we (FINALLY) headed to the gym 🙂 I did 25minutes on the treadmill at 2minutes running/1minute walking intervals to equal 2.6miles. I also did 5minutes of abs/stretching on the mats and 5minutes of arms on the machines. It felt so good to be active again.
On the way home we stopped to fill in a few grocery staples we still needed and A got himself some pizza. I made fun of him, but in reality I ate half of this slice 🙂
After doing a little more work, it seemed like a really good idea to see a second movie – oh yeah, we roll like that! We headed to “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past.” It was good, but a little chick-flicky for me. I made some better snack choices for this one (especially since they ended up serving as dinner).
A Sigg full of h2o, a big baggie of green grapes, and 1serving of Coldstone Jelly Bellys.
It is clearly time for bed, good night!
How often do you go to the movies? I know A and I go a lot, but honestly, I really really like movies! I think acting, and not just stage acting, but particularly film is so beautiful – this is a Lot of power in a well done scene. People like Zach Braff and Will Smith seriously make me wonder how I kept myself from throwing sense away and doing something in film (fun fact – I have dreamed of being an actress since I was a little kid and I saw “Annie” for the first time).