Have you checked your facebook feed today? Yeah, it is Valentine’s Day. It always cracks me up to see married couples wishing each other a happy v-day via fb wall posts.
*quick check to make sure Timmah didn’t do that* phew, we’re in the clear.
I guess my body was excited about the ol Hallmark holiday, I woke up at 5:03 a.m., one minute before my alarm went off. Crazy, right? Here’s hoping I can make this a week long winning mini-goal streak. However, with all this extra time on my hands I didn’t actually get to the gym any earlier than normal. Well, I mean I got there one time (on a machine at 5:55 a.m.).
After 50 minutes filled with Katy Perry, Usher and CNN on the Adaptive Motion Trainer I did a little arm action. I haven’t worked my arms in ages, and I am thinking I may be rather sore tomorrow.
Brekkie was a less pretty version of yesterday’s creamy buckwheat with chia seeds, pecans, raisins, brown sugga and half a nanner.
With a side of bright pink sparkly heart nails…
Fun, right? I felt very, very girlie.
Lunch was oh, so good. A turkey sammie with avocado, laughing cow, lettuce, tomato and onion on a whole wheat english muffin, with a side salad.
Plus a side of operation beautiful. I thought the other teachers, aids and support staff needed a little love aside from the raging tween/early teen hormones that were wreaking havoc on our Monday. :)
Perhaps I snacked on a heart shaped sugar cookie. Perhaps.
Pretty soon I’ll be throwing two pizza’s in the oven. I know I promised a meatless Monday dish, but I really didn’t feel like cooking. Meh. Take’n’bake pizza is only half cooking, so I feel like I kinda made my man a home cooked treat.
A heart shaped pie no less.
And I baked brownies!
Oh wait, they came from a box.
Oh well, it’s the thought that counts, right?
I almost forgot I promised you a peak at what I got the hubs for v-day…
‘Cause nothing says I love you like fried food.
His gift to me was a tad more appropriate for the day’o’love.
A fabu paper flower arrangement from anemone. These will look very lovely in my office at work.
Happy Valentine’s Day, or National Singles Appreciation Day, whichever you fancy.