…I watched Mildred Pierce. I liked it! Another period drama to help me fill that Downton Abbey void.
I knew Saturday’s workout challenged me when I woke up sore on Sunday. I couldn’t quite place what made my arms so sore in a particular area.
Yesterday, I went to do more push ups on the BOSU (ball side down) and the pain hit in those exact areas. I guess that move is working, so I’ll keep doing it! The cardio portion of our workout included walking around our YMCA, enjoying the sunshine, perfect temps and gravel trail.
Banana soft serve (frozen bananas grinded with a bit of milk in the food processor) was mixed up when we got home. I added chia seeds and sunflower butter to mine. Yum!
Sunday lunch was quinoa with roma tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, dried basil, kalamata olives and red pepper.
March photo of the day was a corner of our house. Here is our front door with Buddha. :)
I crammed a Target and Marshall’s trip into the afternoon. When I got home, I sat outside and gave myself a mani and pedi and then read the latest Glamour issue that features Jennifer Lawrence on the cover. Can’t wait for The Hunger Games to be in the theaters this week! I haven’t been this excited for a movie in a while.
Dinner was a small tortilla (that ended up being hard to pull apart so it is holy) with romas, avocado, jack cheese and Frank’s Red Hot.
I was in the mood to bake and I had known since Friday what I was going to make. I saw this recipe for Oatmeal Butterscotch Bars with Brown Sugar Glaze randomly on a blog or website and printed it out.
And then I ended my evening by watching The Amazing Race. They went to my favorite place, Germany! They had a challenge at Neuschwanstein, which is the gorgeous castle we went to on our honeymoon.
Aaah, to be there on vacation right now instead of starting another work week.
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