Sunday, March 30, 2008

Saturday March 29 stats

photo by Sara Heinrichs
On the menu:
8A: 1 quart lemon water with MSM
10:30A: 2 Lara bars
2:30P: a small plate of rawluck offerings (hummus, Mediterranean seed salad, flax crackers, raw burrito, coconut water)
7:30P: avocado/lemon juice/flax seeds/sea salt
8:30P: 1 quart green smoothie (spinach/celery/bananas/hemp protein powder/bee pollen)

10P: Portobello Burger with fries. Glass of white wine.

I needed to get out of the house last night and let my hair down a bit and my neighbor was kind enough to come along.

We went to the Wynkoop Brewing Company. Nice but definitely, not the place to get wild and crazy. I was looking for that last night.

My evening was pretty tame, well with the exception of being a rebel and eating, yes, a grilled (cooked) mushroom burger.

Of course at the time I told myself I needed something to absorb the alcohol I really shouldn't be drinking in the first place. But it's all good, especially that burger.

Which I suspect I will eat again in life because it tasted that good.

I am very surprised that I didn't have any ill effects after eating it. I took my time chewing and eating to make sure I digested it well.
I think it took me an hour to eat the burger. The fries were shared with my neighbor.
I feel good today, guilt-free. Well sort of. I did work out first thing this morning, so maybe I felt a bit guilty.

But I'm ready to move on with life. I'll make my green smoothie and to prepare some raw falafel balls to munch on for the week.

We all have those cheat meals, right?

2 comments:

Sweet Caroline said...

We sure do (lol). Nice blog title - Congrats on making Blogs of Note!

Mina Jade said...

"hope you enjoy my life as much as I do. Well, I don't always enjoy my life" - I also like your sense of humour!

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