Breakfast today was an English muffin, open face breakfast sandwich with 3 egg whites, pan seared turkey and fat free American cheese. Delicious!
Enjoyed with a nice and frothy espresso.
After breakfast I ran to pick up the last few items I needed from the grocery store. I didn't need a whole lot so I was able to get that out of the way with quickly. After I was done with that I made the weekly pilgrimage to Mama and Papa's house. To keep lunch simple I took some of the cabbage soup I made yesterday with me. Enough to share of course. Papa and Ann both loved it. Mama had a taste but didn't want any. She's not big on spicy food.
I enjoyed it with a toasted Ezekiel 4:9 bun sprayed with spray butter.
I hung out with the family for a while, sipped on coffee and played STUPID boardgames (I kept losing) for a few hours. Just another typical Sunday afternoon spent laughing, conniving and backstabbing those you love. HA!
When I got home the living room was covered with papers, file folders and receipts. Nick was working on his taxes (self employed) and I guess it was a bit more involved that he was expecting. Poor guy. Oddly enough I was hungry again. Cabbage soup always fills me up quick but the fullness doesn't last very long. I decided to have a little snack. I tried some of the spicy Trader Joe's hummus I picked up yesterday. OMG... SO DELICIOUS!
I had it with some Trader Joe's blue corn tortilla chips, green peppers and baby carrots.
After my snack it was bath time. I was hoping to soak some of my aches and pains away. The hot bath helped a bit but by no means did it get rid of my suffering. BAH! Hopefully I'll be less sore by the time I wake up tomorrow.
Dinner was another simple concoction. I made a nice salad with spinach, sweet butter lettuce, cherry tomatoes, chicken breast, crumbled feta, toasted English muffin pieces (for hot croutons), spray butter and fresh cracked black pepper. Delicious!
I think I'll curl my tired and sore body up on the couch and relax for a bit now. Time to veg out for a while before getting back to work reality tomorrow. I leave you with a quote...