135.2 yesterday, 136.8…Sticks and Stones
Sticks and stones may break my bones but it doesn’t stop me from getting around and enjoying delicious eats!
There are times when I am really thankful for my freezer full of leftovers. Tuesday night was one of those nights. My foot was killing me but I was getting a bit tired of take-out so I defrosted some Bolognese sauce, cooked up some penne pasta and dinner was done!
Even better the second time around!
Yesterday morning I had a toasted English muffin with peanut butter and an iced coffee.
I took the kids to school and then Lisa picked me up for the Dia Del Sol luncheon & fashion show benefitting United Cerebral Palsy. I spent most of the event seated enjoying some wine.
Not a bad day. :) I enjoyed a delicious lunch: chicken picatta with a mushroom orzo risotto.
Dessert was a trio of assorted goodies:
It was a great afternoon raising money for a much needed cause. Several children with cerebral palsy participated in the fashion show. Their stories were quite moving and I was glad to have attended the event, knowing that my attendance helped them.
The events didn’t stop there. Last night we met Alicia, Joe and their kids at Phil’s BBQ. The last time we attempted to go to Phil’s, it was closed. So this trip was way over due.
Baby back ribs, cole slaw and potato salad (for my husband). Epic. It wasn’t just my friends that joined us for dinner but the principal of my children’s school joined us as well. :) He recently discovered my blog and found out that we go to Phil’s every so often. Phil’s is one of his favorite restaurants so I asked him to join us. Much to the kids’ shock, he did! We all had a great time!
Today’s breakfast was a toasted English muffin with peanut butter again.
I took the kids to school, got my nails done and then met some of my friends at Wahoo’s for our “taco diet” fish tacos.
Awesome, as usual. I made a quick trip to the grocery store and now I’m home with my foot up where I plan to be for the rest of the day.
What’s the most unusual thing you have in your freezer?