To take a picture of my lunch today, that is. Aren’t you proud of me?
Sarah will be happy to know that I had baby carrots for a snack this morning 😉 Because I was feeling lazy after my late night (11:00 pm, wowsas!), I just grabbed the rest of the bag. There were a lot of carrots in there! I’m waiting for my skin to turn a light shade of orange.
For lunch, I had a salad. Looks a lot like my salads from Sunday and yesterday, doesn’t it? That is because I am a Time-Saving Super Genius and made all three salads at once! Why I don’t do this more often is beyond me. Since I eat a salad every day during the week, I could make 2 or 3 at a time and save myself a bit of time. It’s just a matter of having enough space in my fridge as well as enough tupperware. I think I am onto something here.
It’s official: I love green beans in salad. I’m not the only one! These just tasted so fresh. I also love corn mixed with the balsamic vinaigrette and feta. Yum!
This also contains:
- Baby spinach
- 1/2 sliced avocado
- Red pepper
And I had two squares of Lindt milk chocolate. I have greatly enjoyed having milk chocolate in my possession, but I’ve got to tell you: It just doesn’t satisfy me like dark chocolate does. It must be the cocoa content. Two squares of dark and I feel perfectly satiated. Two squares of milk and I am ready for the next two squares of milk (which happened yesterday. Shhhh!! Don’t tell). Lesson learned: Buy dark.
I am not sure what is on the agenda for dinner. Our Korean guests are either at the zoo or Hockey Hall of Fame today, but we will probably come back to our place for dinner, either for a barbecue or homemade curry (not made by me, hurrah!).
Since it is Tuesday, I am already beginning to think about the weekend (honestly, this is the first thing I think about on Monday morning too). Do you have any plans for this upcoming Civic Holiday weekend? Do Americans even get a Civic Holiday weekend? It is a great holiday because it is a holiday just for the sake of having a holiday. No one famous died, no historical event happened, no religion anointed this day as such-and-such. Just the good government of Ontario decided to cut us some slack and give us a day off in the middle of the summer.
And that? Is why I love democracy (and Ontario!).