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My fiance is amazing!

After my phone call today, the person I was talking to (I’ll be less vague if I get this internship, really) asked me to send him an email with what I would want to work on if I were to start working for them today.  I got so caught up with my ideas and writing my email that I completely lost track of time.

Next thing I knew, it was 12:02, and I was planning on catching the 12:12 bus to my Finance course.  Oops! (Side note: I don’t usually take the bus to class, but I’m trying to get my knee to heal.  Long walks like yesterday’s are only a “go” this week if I am wearing athletic shoes, which I am not today.)

While I ran around getting ready, Dan was awesome enough to make my lunch.  Yay Dan!

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A plum.

IMG_2902Some berries.

IMG_2904Another PB & honey sandwich, which did not photograph well.

IMG_2903And a pineapple Chobani!

I also have a PB&J Larabar for later (forgot to take a picture of that one, and I don’t have time now!), that I’m debating crumbling into my Chobani.

I interned for General Mills this summer, and on my last day, one of my coworkers gave me a big box of the PB&J and Tropical Fruit Tart Larabars– yummy!

I’m slowly easing back into Larabars, because I Larabar-ed myself out this past winter. My doctor thought I might have a gluten allergy/intolerance, so I ate a lot of Larabars because they were quick, easy, and gluten-free.  When we realized it was a misdiagnosis and I could eat wheat, barley, rye and oats again, the thought of eating yet another Larabar made me feel queasy.  I’m finally back to the point where I enjoy them again, which is good, because they are healthy, simple and yummy!

Off to class, bye!

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September 10, 2009 at 12:49 pm 1 comment

Quick Post

IMG_2891Last night’s dinner was leftover taco “meat” with some cheese, lettuce and tomatoes.  It was good, but the ground soy reheated weird and got kind of melty.  Not quite sure what that was about…

At SWE, I had 1/3 a brownie and most of a chai tea (both not pictured).

When I got home, I felt really nauseous, and the only thing that sounded good was granola and skim.  Again.  I ate this x2:

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Before I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism, I felt nauseous 5, 6, sometimes 7 times a day.  Now that I’m on meds for it, it is only about once a week that I feel sick.  Which is good because working out is a lot harder when you keep feeling like you’re going to be sick!

Breakfast this morning was half a smoothie and a ready-made Fiber One blueberry muffin.  The smoothie contained yogurt, skim milk, frozen mixed fruit, a banana and water.  It was very foamy and bland, and the water kept separating out.  I don’t think I’ll be putting water in my smoothies again….

IMG_2899I drank about half that mug.

IMG_2900So foamy, and not very good.  Blech.

Sorry for the late post.  I was prepping last night/this morning for my phone interview/informational call for an unpaid internship… more news to come!

September 10, 2009 at 12:39 pm



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