Happy Hump Day! I’m a little excited that it’s Wednesday, and for me it means that in one week, the boy will be home :D He’s been gone for just over a week, but I’ve missed him lots! And because it is Wednesday, here are my eats.. Thanks to Jenn from Peas and Crayons for hosting the link party.
As I mentioned in my post yesterday about the 3M Half Marathon, I’ve had a cold, and I’m almost over it, but I didn’t want to have a lot of dairy. From my understanding, dairy can produce phlegm, and I really want to kick the cold. Yogurt was out… then I wanted cereal, but that was out as well. I grabbed the last couple of eggs and scrambled them along with a little bit of black forest ham, some red bell peppers, onions, and a serrano pepper. I had my eggs with a couple of corn tortillas.
Between breakfast and lunch, my stomach started hurting, and I thought back to the ham, and how my mom always told me that pork is too heavy to digest when you’re sick. So I decided to have a light lunch with gluten-free chicken noodle soup (Gluten-Free Cafe) and toast (Rudi’s).
In the afternoon, I had a Kind bar, and that was okay. I made some spaghetti squash in preparation for dinner, so I could make something quickly.
Just because I ran a half marathon on Sunday doesn’t mean that the season is over… so I went to my quality workout, even though it was cold and my quads were really sore. The scheduled workout for those of us who ran the half marathon would be a short one, so that made it a little more bearable. We just had to run 3 miles and some strides, and I was done in about an hour! When I got home, I had a Strawberry Core Power.
For dinner, I heated up the spaghetti squash, and cooked some ground turkey to put into some tomato sauce. It was fast, easy, and it really hit the spot!
After dinner, I was craving something sweet, so I had a packet of Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter all by itself. I love that stuff.
How’s winter treating you so far? Have you stayed healthy?