Drinking Breakfast

August 5, 2010 at 11:25 am Leave a comment

So I have been playing in a women’s 6v6 soccer league this summer, and basically there’s been very little to talk about. It’s very standard, lots of good quality runnin’ around, and decent competition. Normally we play way downtown by City Hall/Chinatown, but this week we got to play on the rooftop field at Pier 40… and let me tell you, that is worth mentioning.

Basically the set-up is super awesome. Not only are you on a pier that extends into the Hudson and therefore are experiencing some super nice water breezes, but you’re also elevated on the roof of this place, which means you get a panoramic view of all of Manhattan. You can even see the Statue of Liberty hanging out in the distance! I tried to get a picture of that, but dinky camera’s zoom didn’t really do her justice.

I guess New York can be cool. Sometimes. Except after trekking all the way downtown, you know you’re going to have to get on one of these again to get home…

And we all know there is no limit to what can happen when you’re sitting on the subway.

Anyways, enough about all of that. I had myself a tasty breakfast this morning.

Smoothie bowls are awesome. They make you feel like you’re eating, but on days like today when the humidity overwhelms you, it’s nice to be able to get all that liquid in there. Especially when you’re a major sweater, which I am.

This mix had some Vega chocolate smoothie mix, a banana, chocolate Edensoy soymilk (the best kind to get bc it’s sweetened with maple syrup which = good), some ice cubes, and a handful of these guys:

Then I poured it into a bowl, sliced another half of banana, topped it with some ezekial cereal, and threw in a handful of almonds.

Try it. You’ll like it. (Even you, DAVID).

Rude. Goodbye.


Entry filed under: Meals.

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