Well, this weekend turned out to be very relaxing, but I ate some food that was
crazy delicious not super good for me. So I can’t remember where I left off in the last post–after I posted, Patrick and I and Sadie went on a suuuuuper long walk on the bike trail. It has been freakishly awesome weather, so I wanted to take advantage of it. Poor little Sadie got stung on her leg by a bee or something but was having a fantastic time being outside and seeing/smelling all the sights. When we got home, we were all worn out, and this picture of Sadie really says it all:
She was sooooo tired! It was adorable. Patrick and I were worn out too, so we spent the rest of the afternoon lounging before we headed out to Kleptz to meet my parents, aunt/uncle, and cousin/her kids. They are ADORABLE and super hilarious. It was a nice dinner–I sure did order a fried tenderloin sandwich with chips on the side. At first, I did great and only ate half of each. Then I kept picking at my chips, and finished them all…boo. Oh well, it wasn’t just a GIANT serving of them or anything. Then, when we left, I got in the car and proceeded to finish the 1/2 of the tenderloin I had left to take home. It’s not like I was even full though–I was still ravenous!! I’m not sure if this is because of the huge walk that we took and all the processed food after–I know that processed food hardly takes up any room in the stomach, so yeah. I was so surprised at myself (and annoyed) for eating that all, but I have let it go and moved on 🙂
Yesterday, we slept in a bit and woke up to a message from our best couple friends asking if we wanted to play frisbee golf. We couldn’t resist, as it had been a while since we’ve played and it was WAY too nice outside yesterday to stay in all day. So, we went to the park and played 9 holes (our friends’ 3 year old was melting down quickly!) instead of our normal 18. I count this as exercise because the park is REALLY hilly and we are constantly walking up and down the big steep hills to get to our frisbee/the next hole. It is so much fun, and it doesn’t feel like exercise (which, let’s be real…I love that!)
Our tradition is to go to DQ with all of our friends after disc golf, but no one could go yesterday so it was just Patrick and me. I got my favorite, a mini chocolate chip cookie dough blizzard. It really is pretty mini, but it’s the perfect size and it’s still a whopping 10 points. Fortunately, I had enough of these saved up in the day to do this.
Made some pretty badass BBQ chicken in the crockpot last night, and ate that with some yummy corn. Tonight it’s another quiche–I am OBSESSED with that ish! We’re also going to go out on the bike trail again tonight, but this time with Clara. She needs the workouts! Zumba tomorrow night, walk on treadmill (or trail, depending on weather) Wednesday, and weigh-in on Thursday. Hope everyone is having a great start to the week!