I woke up with a frozen yogurt hankering this morning. I was hoping the weather would at least be cooperative. I got up and brewed up some coffee and started work early in anticipation of taking a break in the afternoon for a ride!
Breakfast consisted of peanut flour waffles with the blueberry sauce/coconut butter.
I know you all missed the blueberries the last few days. 😉
Confession – I did not shower until much later in the day. I worked in my jammies all morning because one of my favorite doctors uploaded all his files. He is very easy to transcribe and I can get a lot of files done in a short amount of time (more $$), so I just sat there and typed my little fingers off! Yay!
I finished his files up about lunch time, so I made up some chicken salad/salad. This was 1/2 of a granny smith apple, 10 grams of toasted pecans, 2.5 ounces of grilled chicken, and 28 g (2 Tbsp) of light mayo. Normally I put curry powder in this, but I forgot. Oh well.
Half a bag of butter lettuce and I made like a bunny and ate it.
Temps hit around 60 today. Not like yesterday’s high, but good enough for a ride and sweaty enough for a bit of froyo! I decided to take the path and see if it was all clear of snow.
Quite clear! And not boggy at all, which I expected.
Mr. Mallard checking out the canal.
I went past the yogurt place a little and turned back around so that I could get in 15 complete miles by the time I got home.
I had a pistachio Only8 yogurt topped with coconut!
It was actually pretty windy and I was cold by the time I finished this. Most of the wind was in my face on the way home, so that was a good workout.
This is cinder path and one of the several reasons why I purchased a hybrid bike rather than a road bike last year.
I like biking. My hair is getting long, too! John likes the little curl up at the bottom, which I don’t.
I arrived home happy after 15 miles. It felt great. Just a little slow, but I am pleased at where my legs are this early in the season. Totally worth having to work a bit into the evening. One of the reasons I like my job is the flexibility.
Dinner time was brussel sprouts, scrambled eggs, and socca bread with laughing cow.
Socca is a chickpea flour bread that is easy to do and I really liked it.
I will post the recipe later in the week.
Tonight is finishing up the work and then a trip to the liberry!
Oh, and on the macaroon front? I told myself I could have one if I wanted. I broke a piece off of one and that was all I wanted. Interesting.