I had a really fun evening, it an unexpected sort of way. First on the agenda was finishing up my business with a grocery trip. A was busy so I finished out my Physique57 workout from this morning hauling 2 heavy bags back to the house! On the way home I stopped for a fresh juice.
I got a small veggie blend – Apple, carrot, spinach, kale, celery, bok choy, parsley, lemon, cucumber, and ginger.
Delish, this was my favorite of all the juices I’ve tried!
A had an eye appointment at 5:15 so we threw together a quick meal.
A cooked the pasta (Rising Moon Organics Wild Chanterelle Mushroom Ravioli) and the broccoli/cauliflower together.
Then I topped my portion with a serving of TJ’s marinara sauce.
So tasty! I like pasta cooked al dente and this had the perfect amount of chew to it.
The plan for the evening was to head to Manhattan to see a friend of a friend at a comedy club. We got a late start because of A’s appointment and the rain but we were feeling good. I even relaxed with a book waiting for the train.
Well apparently I was too relaxed because I followed A right onto a train headed the wrong direction! Once we realized our mistake (on the moving train!) it was too late to make it to the show. I was sad, but it was easy to get over once A suggested Wendy’s and a movie! We split chicken nuggets and fries, my portion –
and watched “He’s Just Not That Into You.” A had never seen it and he loved it – it is the perfect mix of touching and comedy. I snacked on some new Lindt Mini Truffles while I watched.
I had one of each flavor – cappuchino, nougat, caramel.
I have some fun planned for tomorrow so I’m trying to make it an early bedtime but we’ll see how that goes. Sleep tight!
What silly things have you done for a crush? As you know I married my high school sweetheart, A and I have dated since my senior year (his jr year) in high school. When we first met it was very casual – he thought I was hot and I wanted him to drive me around in his car! Well as I spent some time around him I developed a crush. A ran cross country so I thought “what better way to spend time with him than join cross country too?” Good idea, except, I was already a cheerleader. I somehow worked it with both of the coaches that I did cheer practice M, W, F and running T, R. So I ran 2 days a week, which meant while everyone else was training and getting better I was basically maintaining. Which meant I started off pretty strong but by the time the first meet rolled around……….I came in dead last and then puked! The things we do for love!