23 responses

  1. Samantha Angela @ Bikini Birthday
    July 19, 2010

    That lasagna looks interesting. I wouldn’t think to use veggies instead of noodles. Sounds good!

  2. Marilou @ Mostly Healthy
    July 19, 2010

    Talk about a dog park!

    I live right across the street of my neighboorhood dog park …. which is a field of grass with a fence all around. Period.

    Can WE win that make-over .. bwahahah 🙂

    I love doing the zucchini-lasagne thing as well!

  3. Emilyeatsclean
    July 19, 2010

    Ohh I like the lasagne idea with veggies!!

  4. Exercise and Eat
    July 19, 2010

    Yay for men who help in the kitchen!

  5. Mal
    July 19, 2010

    happy monday! & that lasagna looks great; i love all things lasagna-like.

  6. pursuitofhealthfulness
    July 19, 2010

    I read about your visit to the dog park on Julie’s blog already. Looks like a good time!

    Lucky you to have Derek around to help! I really like the lasagna with veggies idea… I’m going to come up with a way to vegetarianize it!

    • Meghann
      July 19, 2010

      You can just leave out the meat and add extra veggies. 🙂

  7. christina cadden
    July 19, 2010

    looks like you had a a blast!

  8. Jocelyn
    July 19, 2010

    mmm I am totally gonna pick up those skinny cow cones this week! Have a happy Monday! 🙂

  9. shelly@campinggirlchronicals
    July 19, 2010

    Those skinny cow cones are great! I love the pan of lasagna…we always make huge pans that seem to go on forever… I will have to try a smaller pan for the 2 of us. Why don’t I ever think of these things ? 🙂

  10. missyrayn
    July 19, 2010

    Sometimes sleep is just a priority over shower. I know that feeling and it is completely understandable.

    Glad you had fun with your new friend and your great man made you dinner 🙂

  11. Run Sarah
    July 19, 2010

    When I am exhausted sleep wins over showering as well! I love the idea of a noodle-less lasagna. Yours looks great!

  12. Kelly
    July 19, 2010

    Yum, I love lasagna, I have some zucchini and squash sitting in my fridge right now. I may have to try this!

  13. Melissa
    July 19, 2010

    hmmm lasagna!

  14. averymeggirl
    July 19, 2010

    Derek is such a good BF! I should get my bf to start reading the blog so he can pick up some tips.. haha jkjk

    I haven’t had lasagna in forever.

  15. mary ann
    July 19, 2010

    After such a strenuous workout weekend, do you find that its difficult to eat enough to refuel your glycogen stores/muscle repair? Im not an athlete, but ive taken many nutrition science classes that say its often challenging to meet the necessary extra nutrient/calorie requirements post intense exercise because a lot of people dont have the appetite there body needs. how do you deal with this? I know its SO critical to up the intake in order to meet the metabolic needs (otherwise metab can even slow-making people gain body fat ironically while losing muscle espesh during these critical periods). This always intrgues me and someday i hope to tackle some of the athletic opportunities you participate in, but nutrition is always my number one priority so im just curious
    love you and your his/her place settings!!! Give maddie a squeeze for me!
    MA

    • Meghann
      July 19, 2010

      Hi Mary Ann –

      You’re right, it’s a fine balance of refueling enough while still minding your appetite. I’ve found I’m not as ravenous the day of the race, but am generally starving the day after. That’s when I tend to load up and meet the proper fuel needed. It’s not always in according to time, but that’s what i’ve found works best for my body. 🙂

  16. Kelly
    July 19, 2010

    That lasagna looks delicious! Congrats on the tri 🙂

  17. Stacey @ Tipping the (Kitchen!) Scales
    July 19, 2010

    Looks like a nice relaxing day after all the exercise you’ve been doing!

  18. Samantha
    July 19, 2010

    AWWWW Maddie looks so cute at the table!

  19. Tina
    July 19, 2010

    I sincerely think your comments/views will go back up if you work on proof-reading and spell checking your blog posts before publishing. It will create a more pleasant experience for the reader, for sure!

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