Morning! So I put all of our clothes in the washing machine this morning which meant that I had no head warmer which meant that my ears froze and might have fallen off.Anthony joined me for a frigid seven miles. He didn’t even know I took this stalker action shot as proof!The cold air was burning my lungs and watering up my eyes, but in a weirdly refreshing way. We must have been feeling the rush because our average pace was like 7:50. Don’t know exactly how we did that? Maybe it was because I can finally breathe through my nose again! That cold from last week is gone
Time out to thanks to everyone who commented on my new blog look! I’m still tweaking the social buttons — until then, you can still find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest. Okay, maybe not so much Pinterest. I need to make more time in my day to prioritize pinning. My header design and page buttons were done by the fabulous Ben Clark, who was a pleasure to work with!
And now onto the food. Usually I have our meal plan together by Sunday, but since we had a weekend out of town, yesterday was pretty jam-packed! We drove from my parents’ house to Nashville around 6 am and went straight to our offices. After work we divided and conquered: Anthony made a quick stop at Whole Foods on his way home to grab things for dinner last night while I stopped at Publix on my way home to grab things for the rest of the week. While he was preparing a quick dinner, I prepped food for meals later in the week. This way, we have minimal cooking left for the next few days. Hoorah!
I don’t know why I decided to tell you that mundane story, but here’s how it ended:Sausages are a very Australian thing — I had figured Anthony might go with those for his dinner choice! He skewered some veggies on the side and threw it all on the grill. That’s a bottle of his mom’s homemade kethcup in the photo above, BTW. I want to learn how to make my own, too!A box of Near East basil-herb couscous on the side. We don’t have pearl couscous very often, but we should! It tastes creamier and looks fancier than normal couscous, don’t you think?And fanciness is what it’s all about, right? You have a fancy day!
- Pearl couscous, or normal couscous?
- How do you plan and cook meals for the week?
- Ear warmer or beanie?