That’s all I have to say about the last two days. Since coming home from the Kansas trip, I haven’t been able to talk because of the cold/allergies I contracted while down there, and I’ve been super tired. Getting 4 hours of sleep every night this weekend probably didn’t help. Hopefully I’ll be all caught up soon so I can do it again this weekend.
I just got home from our weekly softball game, which was moved up to Tuesday this week because of the rodeo. Yes, the rodeo. Remember the title of this blog…small town. Anyway, we played horrible and deserved to lose, but we pulled it out at the end. It was like I forgot how to play softball, dropping easy plays and hitting pop-ups and easy grounders. Glad that’s over.
Since we have a short week at work, we vowed not to do any grocery shopping this week. So we’re playing “let’s see what we can scrounge up for a meal”.
Before I get started, look what I came home to on Sunday evening:
My poor cilantro. That’s the end of that.
Yesterday morning I finished off my last Chobani. Lemon with some unsweetened shredded coconut and frozen blueberries.
Lunch was a six inch Subway Club that I picked up Sunday night on our way home. Along with the turkey, ham, roast beef and pepper jack cheese, I added spinach, cucumbers and banana peppers. Also a little spicy mustard and light Miracle Whip.
Last night after work we decided to go support our local high school softball team. They were playing a pretty good team, and unfortunately couldn’t finish them off and lost 5-3. Guess they lost the next game too, but we didn’t stick around. We ate our supper there, a plain chicken sandwich and shared some nachos. No picture because I didn’t bring my phone.
This morning I had the last whole wheat English muffin and added natural peanut butter and low sugar strawberry rhubarb jam.
I had the morning off, so I finished up charts and hauled my butt to the gym. Got a nice little workout in.
Lunch was the last of some turkey meat and the last of some sharp cheddar cheese. And a handful of carrots. Our fridge is starting to look like a bachelor lives here.
Supper was some leftover smoked pulled pork on a piece of whole wheat bread with some potato chips and baked beans. Maybe that’s what slowed me down at softball tonight. Darn potato chips, can’t have just one.
You’re probably wondering where the heck is Tyler in all this. Sunday night we dropped him off with my parents so they could spend a little time with him before the wedding this week. He’s being spoiled by Grandma and Grandpa instead of going to daycare. Gives us some free time to get stuff done, but we sure miss him.
I just can’t resist this picture… this is him enjoying the easy life on the farm. My mom took it the other day when she was pulling him in the wagon.
Can’t wait to see the little guy tomorrow!
Oh, and because of the wedding festitivites, don’t expect a blog on Thursday, unless someone wants to volunteer to do a guest post?!!