I was pretty productive this afternoon, if I do say so myself. However, I still didn’t get everything on the to-do list done so that means it carries over to tomorrow’s list!! I know living in 2009 we have all these fancy shmancy technological organization tools but I always write my to-do list out every night in ballpoint pen on a yellow legal pad. Stick to basics, folks. Stick to basics.
Midway through the afternoon I snacked on a Dr. Kracker with Naturally More and another slice of watermelon (I’m addicted):
And then a little while later I took a juice break! I used all of the below to make a delicious concoction:
organic carrot, beet, celery, ginger and apple-–My favorite!
And then for dinner I made something I rarely make—lasagna!
And what a lasagna it was, let me tell you. I will say without a doubt that it was, in fact, the best lasagna that I’ve EVER had. I think Ryan was initially a little disappointed because of the lack of meat but he got over it really fast after the first bite. I used this pasta sauce in the dish ’cause I was too lazy to make my own today—
And then I added creamy layers of part skim ricotta cheese, salty kalamata olives, mozzarella cheese and spinach. It was quite divine! I won’t be revealing actual recipe at the moment since I’m saving it for a little project, but you will all find out in good time. 😉 Trust you me, this one is worth the wait!
If that looks like a little bird portion that’s because it was. Don’t fear, I totally went back for seconds and Ryan went back for THIRDS! Can you even believe it was his first ever vegetarian lasagna??! Even after two platefuls I didn’t feel heavy in the least bit because this dish was so, so light. To drink, I had a cup of decaf black tea with vanilla.
And then for dessert, I just had to try one of my new mint “oreos”—
Holy grapefruit (where did that come from?!) this cookie was freakin’ amazing. Totally brought me back to my college days youth where I would go to town on the mint oreos. 😉
I am exhausted! Bout to hit the tub then the bed and have another packed day tomorrow. See you in the morn’!