Thursday, May 3, 2012

The art of typing with one hand...

That's me, one hand holding kupcake 2.0, the other finally getting around to updating the blog. Having two is both easier and harder than I thought. The harder comes up when I need motivation to go running or workout after they go to bed. Sadly, I didn't do much working out. That half marathon I said I'd do? Well, it's looks like I might be in a lot of pain if I don't start running tomorrow. I just want to finish it without crying now. No breaking personal records here. I need to really use my Bikram yoga pass I have too. I got it as a groupon and hate wasting those things. Last week I let my 9cent smoothies go to waste I was mad at myself the next say when I realized I missed the expiration date. I know, I should have just taken care of it way before but HELLO, I have 2 kids under two. I can't even remember how old I am. (true fact: I had to ask the hubby how old I am and was a little shocked and didn't believe him at first.). Another fun thing going on here t the LMP household is that I'm back on weight watchers because the simple fact is I need a planning tool to keep me regimented on how many spoonfuls of sun butter I can have. I'm a little worried what tomorrow's scale will say. Scared enough to not even do a mid week weigh in. I know I know, I'll lose it all in time, but seriously, I'm done waiting for time when that scale says the same number for 4 weeks straight. In any case, I doubt I'll see a good number since I ate like rubbish while I was on vacation (it was an overnight trip but in my world I felt like I was gone forever!). Fingers crossed right? Oh and the best news, I crested the most amazing new recipe: the gardenilla 1 apple (diced) 2 cloves of garlic (I loooove garlic, you can always add less) 1 teaspoon of goat cheese 2 cups of spinach 2 whole wheat tortillas A little coconut oil for the pan Sautée the garlic, apple and spinach up until the the spinach is wilted and the garlic is golden. Put it in a bowl and mix the goat cheese with it. Then smother it on the tortilla and place it back in the pan, add the other tortilla on top and toss it after a few minutes until the tortilla looks crunchy. Place it on a rack to cool off and get crunchier and slice it up to serve. Great way to get your veggies in and eat something that is ohhh sooo good! Ok, off to bed, until next time. Hoe you enjoyed today's ramblings!

2 comments:

Linda said...

I haven't tried coconut oil yet. Do you use it like olive oil?

Claire Maria said...

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