What I ate Wednesday

We finally broke that heat yesterday. There was a copious amount of rain, which we sorely needed, and that ushered in a cold front.  It was in the 50s and breezy for our ride to breakfast this morning!

I was pretty hangry for this bagel!


That’s a 20 oz coffee, too.  😀

Then it was another ride before having to get to work.


Nice! For those keeping track, I am at about mile 335 out of a goal of 2000 for the season. Bit of a slow start, but not bad.

We got back and Pixie was being her lazy self while we were gone.



I just woke her up here. She loves our new couch, too.

Lunch today was one of the ruts I am in. Cereal topped with plain Fage, strawberries and about a teaspoon of honey.


I had been having iced lattes for the last few days because of the heat, but with cooler temps today, it was time for the hot one!


Plus a few cashews:


It was nice to take a break. Work was just so busy today. It’s nice to have work, but we are teetering on the edge of the screaming that periodically comes around – and May is usually one of those times. It puts a lot of pressure and stress on those of us already doing a lot of work –  and there is a limit to how much you can do in a day when others aren’t pulling their weight. Of course, this all comes down to company management, and I will just leave it at that.

Quick dinner after a tiring work day. I had cooked up chicken breasts yesterday to eat this week.  I pulled an oldie out! Baked potato with BBQ chicken on it 😀


I used to eat this all the time and I don’t know why I stopped. It’s tasty.  Actually, now that I think about it, it was because I tend to eat less starchy things in the winter time. Now that I am biking and outdoors more, I am eating more carbs.

We are off to dig up some plants at the old place (still no news yet) and then one last thing – some Sweet Frog Froyo.  No picture, but I think you all know what that looks like 😀


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9 thoughts on “What I ate Wednesday

  1. debby

    Yes, I need to try your dinner too! Got all the ingredients, just need to remember to put them together.

    The cashews look so yummy. Does it make you sad that it is such a little cup of them to eat? I have a hard time with that, so most of the time, I don’t have them.

    We are having cooler temps this week too, and tomorrow they are promising rain! After 12pm, I hope…
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    1. Lori Post author

      I really find it depressing on the nuts, but I have to because I can eat a ton. Same thing with nut butters. I only use nut butters as a topping rather than as a sandwich spread because 2 tablespoons is not enough for a sandwich, but 1 tablespoon on my oats is just fine.

      I mentioned to Lisa above – I also used a wedge of LC cheese on the tater. Yummers!

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