Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

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Good morning! Happy Hump Day!  Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Breakfast

I wasn’t super hungry when I woke up yesterday morning, so I made some green juice and ate some fruit with a scoop of peanut butter.

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Lunch

Not surprisingly, just a few hours later, my stomach started to grumble. I planned to go to the noon CrossFit class at my box, so I ate lunch (second breakfast?) around 10:45 to give myself a little time to digest. I reheated some Vegetarian Cottage Pie, which was especially delicious as leftovers.

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Workout

A little while later, I headed to CrossFit. My legs were sore from the previous day, but I didn’t think yesterday’s WOD would be super-duper hard. Boy, was I wrong!

Running with a 14-pound med ball was not fun and incredibly challenging with sore quads. I was running so slow at times and even walked on the last 400. My legs were dead-tired yesterday. On a more positive note, I did all of the Toes-to-Bar! I finished the WOD in 14:55.

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Snack

After CrossFit, I came home and chowed down on trail mix. I finished the bag.

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Dinner

A few hours later, Mal and I enjoyed a little happy hour action on our back porch. I made some guacamole and we broke open a bottle of wine. It was such a beautiful evening, we needed to enjoy it to its fullest!

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Mal and I (and Murphy) sat on the porch for hours chatting about upcoming plans (Mal’s birthday party) and our addition (we’re building up).

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

When it started to get dark, we headed inside. At this point, I was going to make dinner, but I ate so much guacamole, I wasn’t really hungry. Mal agreed that he wasn’t all that hungry either, but made a comment about how I ate most of the guacamole, so he was going to make himself a sandwich. Ha! What can I say, I really like guacamole.

While Mal and I were watching TV, I had a craving for something sweet, specifically a frosted train sugar cookie from my sister’s shower. It was calling my name from inside the kitchen cabinet!

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

After I ate the train cookie, I had a few Vienna Fingers, which were also leftover from my sister’s shower. Clearly, my dinner was the picture of health.

Guacamole & Cookies for Dinner

Obviously, guacamole, wine, and cookies are “healthy” for the mind and soul, right?

Question of the Day

What’s the “healthiest” dinner you’ve ever eaten?

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