Today was one of my days off this week, which rarely happens on the Wednesdays that I share what I ate with all of you wonderful people. While my plan was to wake up early to make the most of my day, I didn’t actually sleep too well last night, so I didn’t end up getting out of bed until almost 10am. Instead of having breakfast, I had brunch, because I wasn’t actually hungry when I first woke up.
To start off my day, a bit later than normal, I drank a glass of Slingshot iced coffee, black. If you read my July Favorites, you would see that it’s local, and we love local around here! I also had strawberries, walnuts, a Clementine, and an apple strudel from Annelore’s German Bakery, which I picked up from the Farmer’s Market this past Sunday. I warmed up my strudel for 15 seconds in the microwave. Perfection.
I got hungry again, so I decided to make myself a late lunch. I made tuna salad and put it on honey wheat bread slightly toasted (it keeps it from getting soggy so fast), with fresh baby spinach leaves. My side was a handful of truffle flavored Pipcorn. My drink was Simply Lemonade with mango and I added one of my homemade berry ice cubes to it for some extra fruity flavor!
This fortune cookie was sitting on my desk staring at me, so I just had to eat it.
I went to my job for an event tonight and on our way back, Michael and I stopped by Panera Bread to pick up dinner. I got a half size of their Lemon Chicken Orzo soup as well as a half size of the Strawberry Poppyseed and Chicken Salad. It was the first time I had this particular salad and it was actually pretty good! The salad was made up of mandarin oranges, strawberries, pineapple, chicken, blueberries, and pecans and topped with a fat-free poppyseed dressing. I drank a bottle of water with my dinner.
After my run with Gabi (side note: I never run. This is the first time since I can remember.), I ate a grape, tangerine, and blood orange popsicle that I got a while back from Trader Joes.
That’s everything that I’ve had for the day! I hope everyone had a wonderful Wednesday, and have a great rest of the week.
Bows and Arrows,