Whole 30 Day 9
Tuesday, July 29th
I took another long nap in the middle of the day today. I don’t know if this has to do with the Whole 30 or if I’m just being lazy, or old. I also woke up aching all over. I felt like I tossed and turned all night long; I just couldn’t get comfortable. Now I’m achy everywhere, but especially in my lower back. Sigh. Poor, sad Daisy. I woke up excited to eat my new usual: scrambled eggs with prosciutto, only to find that I had used up all of my eggs. More sad Daisy. I had a green smoothie as it was the only thing on plan that I could pull together quickly and satisfy my hunger. I didn’t use any vanilla flavoring today and it was still mighty yummy. By lunch time I wasn’t hungry, and shortly after lunch time was nap time so I ended up having a very late lunch just before going grocery shopping. I polished off the rest of that Super Greens Salad from yesterday. I wrote in the recipe that it serves four, but I may have to rethink that serving size. I guess if each person had a decent sized piece of chicken or fish to go along with the salad it would serve four.
I was on my own for dinner last night because David had a Mason meeting so I had scrambled eggs and crispy prosciutto for dinner. I was still craving those eggs since breakfast so I got in my fix. I had a full evening of cooking planned for last night since I knew I would have a few hours to myself so I sort of snacked on all the things I was cooking instead of adding vegetables to my dinner. I know, I know, snacking is a no no, but the things I was snacking on were roasted butternut squash, roasted cauliflower, and spicy pork sugo, so I would say that’s better than any other type of snacking. Right? Plus, I was cooking before and after cooking my dinner so all that snacking was done during dinner time. I just had a multi-course meal served over a leisurely amount of time. I was pretending to be European.
Breakfast: Green smoothie. Kale, spinach, banana, frozen pineapple, coconut milk.
Lunch: Super Greens Salad, grapes.
Dinner: Crispy prosciutto, scrambled eggs, bites of this ‘n’ that during cooking.