Boy, am I EVER glad that it’s finallyyyy Friday night!
I’m so ready for this long weekend…and Monday is Ryan’s birthday! I changed up the big birthday dessert a little bit—now, I’m making a Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse Pie (recipe courtesy of the pastry chef at Roy’s…it’s NOT healthy! haha) to take over to Ryan’s birthday dinner with his family on Sunday night. Guess we all know where I’ll be tomorrow afternoon then! In the kitchen! We were going to go offshore fishing this weekend but those two storms brewin’ in the gulf kind of ruined our plans. I guess we’ll just wait and see…
As for tonight, I took the easy way out for dinner and dug into the depths of my bottomless freezer once again to pull out this fab Amy’s meal!
After tasting how deeeelicious this one was, I am sort of mad I waited so long to try it! There are big chunks of corn masa (my favorite!), beans, cheese and chili peppers….it tastes really really not so good for you but I love it that it IS! I had this meal with half a sliced mango and some red pepper strips.
Doused in Texas Pete!
With one of my chocolate truffles for dessert!
And……..a pb cookie larabar for a snack later:
So, in my “free time” this afternoon (I LOVE having free time!!!!!!!) I was of course being a nerd and clicking around Runners World looking at different training methods and such. Has anyone here used Hal Higdon’s plan? I think I actually like this one the best, even over Runner’s World, because it incorporates more running days and also “stretch and strengthen” day. I don’t think I can only run three times a week and build the type of endurance that I’m looking for. Hal’s method has one running day a week with the option of cross training, which is nice as well. Does anyone have an opinion?
I’m off to school to play with sugar all night! Pictures to come in the a.m. of course! 🙂