Last night, I ate two donuts
As I wrote last night, I had a craving for an apple fritter, so my obliging husband went out and got me one. Except instead of just getting each of us one apple fritter a piece, he also got each of us a blueberry fritter! I had every intention of sticking to my singular fritter, enjoying each bite just a bit too much (quite frankly, things got illicit), but then the blueberry fritter called to me.
Sitting on the coffee table, all fresh and blueberry-y, it beckoned. It lured me with its siren song of doughy, glazed goodness.
And I caved.
I hate using pregnancy as an excuse to eat large quantities of food, but I totally whipped this excuse out to myself last night! I also reasoned that it is a rare occurrence to have in my possession two perfectly delightful donuts. I even suggested to myself that by watching Big Brother, it was justifiable since this was such a “special” occasion in my life. I have no shame!
In the end, it’s really no big deal. I enjoyed every morsel of those fritters, let me tell you! Today, though, I am back on the Frugal and Fit bandwagon. I ate an egg ring for breakfast!
- 1 egg + 1/4 cup egg whites scrambled and microwaved with hot sauce and black ground pepper
- 1 toasted whole wheat bagel with margarine
- 1 cup of diced, fresh pineapple
This looks like Mickey Mouse!
OBLIGATORY POST-BB12 DISCUSSION PIECE:
So what did you think of Big Brother last night? With my mouth stuffed full of fritter, I thoroughly enjoyed the episode. The South Beach podiatrist already annoys me, and I like the hilarious bisexual, Annie. I also think that Brittany (the one who hurt her leg by falling off the “big weenie”) looks like a young Dolly Parton and is cute as a button. I am afraid there are no men of Jeff caliber this season, but give it time! You never know. Husband even watched the episode with me, although he was on his iPhone most of the time. Then I sat through an hour of watching LeBron James choose a basketball team. You know you are lazy when you’d rather sit on the couch and watch something you don’t care about at all, then get up and do something you actually like. Oh well, c’est la vie. Today is a new day!