We scored on avocados for the week. Usually when I buy them in bulk (because I’m lazy and don’t like making multiple trips to the grocery store in a week), at least one of them will go bad before we get to it. Knock on wood…every single once since Saturday has been perfect.
Wellll, this post is a tad late because I accidentally took a four hour nap after my run this morning. I don’t really know how it happened, but I guess I must’ve been tired. HA! Yesterday’s breakfast was more egg muffins and avo toast. I am not sick of this breakfast yet!
I go to bed excited for this breakfast in the morning. I also go to bed excited for coffee. Do I have a problem? Probably.
Do you ever have the perfect day of delicious food? Yesterday was one of those days. The day started with the best mushroom and ham egg muffins and a piece of avocado toast. YUM.
This weekend was wonderful. Lots of good food, a long run, a bike ride, a little work, and a whole lot of relaxing. We have been trying to up our veggie intake a little bit, so I made a huge casserole Thursday afternoon with spaghetti squash, broccoli, peas, and mushrooms. It was pretty dang delicious.…
I have been so excited to do this post. We closed on our house in August, but didn’t move in until the middle of December. We didn’t really start trying to knock out some work (ripping up carpet, scraping popcorn ceilings, peeling wallpaper, ALL the dry wall work, etc) until October or so. We busted…
Our breakfast yesterday consisted of sweet potato toast, sautéed spinach, turkey sausage, and eggs. I put a little butter and brown sugar on my sweet potato toast. It was delicious.
The last day of our pancakes – so sad. They were delicious!
Our Monday started with a little family jog. My legs were toast from my long workout run Sunday. Rhea and Lu love running together, so it makes my heart happy when we are all able to run together.
We had a biscuit obsession last week. When that ended, I made sweet potato toast instead. I like to slice sweet potatoes and then bake them at 400 for about 15-20 minutes. We just heat them up when we want to eat them. They store in the fridge really well and you can top them…