Monday's breakfast was back on track! Dorset cereal, blueberries, skim milk. Ultra satisfying.
I brought a 1/2 grapefruit to work, already cut, so it was easy to enjoy.
Then, tummy still growling, I had half of this Cliff bar, my favourite kind!Lunch was good. Campbells Harvest Minestrone Soup (half can), and a toasted Ezekiel english muffin, each half with a Laughing Cow light cheese and cucumber. The soup is really good. I don't taste the parmesan at all, and I wish there were a few more beans, but it's still good.
Throughout the afternoon I had an apple and some carrot sticks. I needed a dipper for the carrots...kinda muchie today. Probably because of yesterdays grazing.
Hit the gym after work. My right knee has been bugging me so I'm going to stick with the elliptical for a bit. It's even hurt walking up stairs and I don't want an injury. Elliptical was good, as long as I concentrate and lift up my feet a lot, the numbness isn't as bad. I then did some upper body weights. I don't really do lower body weights, maybe I should. My reasoning is I run, and I feel I get leg muscles from that. Core Control after was awesome! Each of the last 2 Monday's have been a better workout than any other 2 classes combined all winter. Ron Rocks!
Dinner was lamb chops, left over risotto and green beans. Another simple, but really tasty dinner.
After dinner just before I fell asleep watching Jason and Molly's wedding special, I had some cappuccino frozen yogurt.
I forgot to take pictures of the farm/puppies this weekend. We were out in superb weather, hanging out with the dogs, but the camera was left in the house. I think The Shepherd took some video of the puppies running around with the lambs yesterday, so I hope he'll send me a good one I can try post! They are SOOO cute!
I'm really hoping in the next 2 weekends I can get some spring seeds planted in the greenhouse, and a few weeks after that more seedlings on my grow stands in the house. Mid April should see the first time I can break ground and then it really begins! WHOOHOO!