Can’t believe the weekend is almost over! Where did it go?
Breakfast was non-fat plain Chobani with raspberries and blueberries. It was a little too bland for me, so I added some Bonne Maman jam too. Is it just me or does Chobani seem thicker than it used to be? I was so full after this big bowl!
Lunch was a spinach salad with mushrooms, grape tomatoes, herbed tofu, and feta cheese.
Then it was time for us to head out of the house. We took a drive by the house that my sister-in-law bought last week! It was cute and in a nice area. I’m excited to see the inside now.
After that, we went to Mayfair Mall to check out the laptops.
I’ll definitely be getting one of these very soon. The reason that I didn’t buy it today was because I want to clean some items off of my current iBook a bit more before having the Apple store transfer items to the new computer.
I played with Photobooth for a while. :)
Then it was ice cream/frozen yogurt time in Wauwatosa!
Craig and I are signed up to get a free scoop of ice cream from Baskin Robbins for our birthdays. He picked out cherry and it was tasty!
Right near Baskin Robbins, there is a new frozen yogurt place! It just opened in June of this year. After becoming a bit obsessed with frozen yogurt in Florida, we longed to have a place like Menchie’s or Pinkberry in Wisconsin. We finally have it with Yo Mama!
Here’s how it works:
Craig always goes for the fruity combinations and I go for chocolate, caramel, etc. Today, I chose Dulce de Leche and Cake Batter swirl. I topped it with heath bar crumble, brownie bites, & cookie dough. Fantastic combination!
Our total for two came to $8.31, which this numbers freak got excited about because my birthday is 8/31 and I love when it pops up unexpectedly at a cash register like that. I know, I am a dork. The yogurts were 45 cents per ounce.
The interior is cute and reminded us of Menchie’s in Orlando, Florida.
Love the wood on the exterior.
I’ve come to the conclusion that I could open up my own frozen yogurt place and just eat it all the time that way. :)
We walked down the street and I was reminded that I still need to check out the French Cafe Le Reve and the olive oil place next door sometime.
What a great afternoon with Craig!
I needed to burn off some of the frozen yogurt, so after a little cat nap with Karma sprawled out on my lap, I hit the gym. I biked for 25 minutes (my ankle is not in tip top shape again, so biking is mainly what I have been doing lately) and lifted weights. I even went to the “men’s weight” area and used the barbells in there to do some Body Pump moves. I was so proud that I broke through my fear of going in that area. Now I’ll never be scared again (I hope).
This is so wrong, but while I meditated, I started craving a BLT. Well, we didn’t have any bacon, so I was imagining a tempeh BLT sandwich and that’s what I made!
Like frozen yogurt, tempeh reminds me of Florida because the first and only other time I tried it was while we were there in February. I had it in my Whole Foods salad bar creation and I liked it then.
I cooked it up on the stove and topped it with spinach, mayo, and roma tomatoes.
Time to go watch a movie, since I have been half ignoring it and half paying attention.
How was your weekend?