Tuesday, January 6, 2009


by Meghann on January 6, 2009

I did it! I bought a domain name today.

You can now view my blog at http://www.graduatemeghann.com Don’t worry you won’t have to change your bookmarks, the old address should still transfer and hopefully Google Reader will do the same thing. 🙂

In other news I just talked to my Dad and he wanted me to Thank all of you for the wonderful Birthday Wishes! He was really touched there were so many comments wishing him another good year.

For my snack today I had a Kashi Cereal Bar.


For dinner I decided to make an old favorite I haven’t had in a while… Perfectly Portioned Chicken Meatloaf. I made a couple of changes by making it with Whole Wheat Bread Crumbs instead of Oatmeal and added some Buffalo Sauce for a little spice.


With the meatloaf I had half of a Tomato and a quarter of a Butternut Squash.

The dinner was wonderfully satisfying and just the right amount of food. 🙂

Dessert was Cinnamon Apples topped with Annie’s Honey Graham Bunnies and a dollop Fat Free Cool Whip.


It was the perfect ending to another great meal.

People always ask me how I manage to cook meals for just me night after night and I tell them it’s easy. Just looking back at this meal and remembering how great it what makes it east. I can’t wait to see what I can cook next, which makes me wonder how people give up for cooking for themselves. Sure, I’m the only one enjoying the food, but does that really matter? I mean what’s wrong with working hard for just me for a change? 🙂 Does anyone else out there really enjoy cooking for just you?

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