Thursday, May 8, 2008

Still a Very Tired Girl

Ah, another busy afternoon that flew by!

Recap:

I had planned a healthy, fresh lunch consisting of a hummus sandwich and pear. Instead, I went out to lunch with my coworkers to celebrate one of their birthdays. Vietnamese food isn't my favorite but I felt bad turning down the invite so I went along.

We ended up ordering a bunch of food for the table to share. I don't really know the names of the dishes but there was a little of everything: egg rolls, spring rolls, egg drop soup, beef lo mein, garlic beef, spicy chicken, sesame shrimp, sweet and sour chicken and pork, and some other similar things. Although a lot of the dishes contained meat, for the most part they were served with fresh vegetables. I filled my plate with as many vegetables as possible but I did have samples of most dishes except for the pork. The spicy chicken was really good. I usually don't like egg rolls but this place is known for theirs so I tried one. It was good as far as egg rolls go. Overall, not the healthiest lunch but I think I handled myself fairly well. I'm glad I went because they are a fun group of people. Most of them are in their 20s so it's a young, energetic office. I'm actually going to miss working there once they hire a new receptionist.

Lunch left me full for hours, but around 4:30 I was feeling like I needed an energy burst so I had the other half of the Lara bar from earlier in the week.





I really liked this bar. I need to pick up more at the store.

I skipped the gym this afternoon. I felt guilty but I had no energy to go there after work. I have no idea why I was so tired today. When I got home I was hungry again so I ate a pear.




Then, I decided to bake chocolate and peanut butter chip cookies to bring into work tomorrow.





Combined with the bowl licking and sampling the freshly baked cookies, I had no appetite for dinner. I knew I needed to eat something other than cookies so I just had a small salad. My mom made this delicious salad by slicing strawberries and tossing them with spinach and a pear champagne dressing from Trader Joe's.

Time for bed, tomorrow is Friday so I'm not complaining. Hopefully tomorrow, I will have more interesting things to report. Night ya'll.

1 comment:

VeggieGirl said...

The Vietnamese food sounds good, and it sounds like you did indeed have another busy day.

Love the Cashew Cookie Larabar flavor - pick up more, for sure! :0)

Don't feel guilty about skipping the gym - you definitely sound like you needed the break!

Chocolate-Peanut-Butter cookies = pure bliss.

TGIF!