I was in desperate need of a relaxing Sunday… and today it seems that I got my wish. The weather is so sunny and warm and all I really did today was go to church and then later I have just a few chores and a little AP work.
The car wash went great! The weather was nice and sunny and we ended up making all of the money that we needed to get our new flags and flag poles. After the car wash I went into work for a couple hours and we were so slow. I think we had a grand total of three people in 5 hours. It was okay though because I finished reading a college book and I began practicing for my college interview on Tuesday!
This salad that I had for dinner last night (plus four more bowls!) was one of the best salads that I have had in a long time. I threw together lettuce, spinach, 1/2 an avocado, 1 tomato, white onion, scallions, 1 ear of sweet corn, Eden Organics black soy beans and one of my new favorites…
My mom picked me up this salsa from my local health food store and I just go to try it out last night. Oh my gosh it was delish! It’s by a company called Green Mountain Gringo and its all organic, has no GMO’s and is low in sodium. It was the perfect combination of sweet and spicy to compliment my salad.
This is what I just got done eating for lunch and oh man oh man it was scrumptious. Thanks to my girl Heather I came up with this tasty concoction that left my mouth watering for more. In my bowl of chia seed goodness I had 2 tbsp. chia seeds, 1 cup water, 1 tbsp hemp protein powder, 1/2 banana and nutmeg. After giving it a whirl in my blender I topped it with a drizzle of maple syrup and the last of my almond butter *sniffle*. But don’t worry I am planning on making some of my own today with the raw almonds that I bought last tuesday at Living Naturally! With my bowl of maple-chia pudding I ate the other half of the banana, a slice of my favorite Ezekiel 4:9 bread and a nectarine.
Another bit of exciting news! We might be making a special trip up to Whole Foods! I live in a really small town and the nearest Whole foods is probably like 2 hours away, the same goes for Trader Joes unfortunatly. Anyway I mentioned it to my mom today and we might be making a special trip up there with my aunt and my cousin. Since Ive never been there and I know many of you have what products would you guys reccomend, or what are your favorites?
Well I’m off to do some chores and practice for my interview, I still can’t believe that im finally going to get to go and see the campus!