Could this day go by any slower? I think the clock knows I am super excited for the weekend so its seconds are ticking an extra tick or something. Come on clock hurry it up!
Luckily, since it’s Friday, and I tend to build up my time over the week for whatever reason, I get to jet out of work around 4:00 today woo hoo!
Which is great since I have this waiting for me at home.
I haven’t done laundry since I moved into my new apartment 3 weeks ago. As you can see it’s built up a tiny bit. There are actually two huge laundry baskets supporting that mountain of clothes. After work today is the only free time I have this weekend to catch up on my washing, so unless I feel like wearing dirty sports bras for my long runs this weekend I need to get to it pronto..:-/
While I was staring at the slow ticking clock this morning I snacked on an Apple Pear.
What’s the cute short name for this hybrid? Would you call it a Papple? AppEar?
I think I’ve had one of these before, but I don’t remember when. It tasted just like a pear with the slight texture of an apple. Some of the bites I took from the center were a bit sour and the single fruit was a bit $$. I think I will just stick to regular pears in the future (which just happen to be one sale this week at Publix!)
My lunch was a boring creation of left overs. It may have been boring, but still yummy and delightful.
I had last night’s Frittata with some pita chips on the side.
These are Stacy’s Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips that were left over from Tuesday’s Guacamole Challenge. I may have went back after the competition was over and packaged up all of the left over pita chips I could find. J These things are quite tasty. I’m not sure how much they balance my meal out, but they sure do give my taste buds a nice treat.
Since dinner is going to be on the late side tonight, I brought a Peanut Butter Cookie Larabar with me to have on my commute home.
I’m sorry for the not so exciting lunch post, but I promise to make it up with dinner! Tonight a bunch of Orlando bloggers and blog readers are getting together at Seasons 52 thanks in large part to Gina’s visit to the area. I’ve never actually been to this restaurant, but have heard good things about it. Apparently the prices aren’t too bad and everything on the menu is under 500 calories. I keep zoning out on the online menu trying to decide what I will want for dinner. Anyone have any great suggestions?