Very behind!

April 30, 2010 at 1:04 pm Leave a comment

I was in the city for the last few days and so I’m super behind on posts due to a lack of internet! Let’s see if I can get these organized in the correct order!

First was a snack of unsweetened banana chips and dark chocolate chips. Such a great combo!

Next up was breakfast the next morning — I broke into an orange juice before heading out.

Charlie and I headed to the Driftwood Cafe in Southport for some eggs. I kept it simple with 2 scrambled eggs with whole wheat toast and coffee.

Next up was a banana as a snack for our drive into the city.

Dinner was a makeshift oatmeal attempt that didn’t turn out very delicious… in any case it had oats, milk, water, peanut butter, dark chocolate dreams, sunflower seeds, and almonds.

The next morning it was time for yet another spinach smoothie. (Tired of seeing these yet?) This one had spinach, milk, greek yogurt, banana, and lots of peanut butter.

Charlie made himself a breakfast burrito with eggs, spinach, cheese, a tortilla, and lots of cholula hot sauce.

Yesterday’s breakfast was a mix of greek yogurt, kashi honey puffs, almonds, sunflower seeds, honey, and sliced banana. Always good.

Last night, after a LONG and traffic-filled drive, I arrived home to my mom’s homemade guacamole and tortilla chips. I also had a corona light to keep the theme going.


Entry filed under: Meals.

Another lunch at SBC A Gorgeous Friday

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