Final Week

Not to be confused with Finals Week – that’s not for a little bit yet 😉

Can you believe this is the last week of classes for the semester? It seems like it barely just began. Where has the time gone? Tomorrow is December – crazy I tells ya.

I had the worst sleep last night – mostly because there was hardly any of it. I laid in bed, just waiting to fall asleep. I remember still being wide awake, and looking at the clock and seeing 1:30 am. Lame. Obviously, I was one tired chica when my alarm went off this morning.

At least I had the sense of mind to make a delicious breakfast.

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This is my rendition of a yogurt parfait in a bowl (since we have no parfait glasses).

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I layered one of my Apple Carrot Raisin Oatmeal muffins with yogurt, homemade pumpkin butter, and peanut butter.

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With a glass of Happy Planet Tropical Tango to wash it all down.

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Talk about taste sensation!

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It makes me glad I have a couple more muffins, and more pumpkin butter, solely so I can make this again. Excellent!

I also packed up a couple of slices of leftover pizza to munch on my transit ride home from school (Mondays are my “lunch on the run” day).

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*insert biochemistry lecture*

I also had my last volunteer shift of the semester at Sprouts, which I celebrated with a fudgy vegan brownie. Alas, I took not photos, but if you need a reminder, you can check it out here, here, and here. No worried though – I’ll be back there next semester, to dazzle you with more baked treats.

I arrived home, put on a face, packed up some resumes, and headed out the door to my volunteer shift at the local hospital. It was somewhat more thrilling than the last two times, simply because I got to do some extra things, and got to leave 20 min early. Which was perfect, because I made my way to a multitude of local Starbucks to drop off my resume/application package. Girl needs positive income flow ASAP! Plus, ya know…the discount would be great for those green tea lattes I’ve become so fond of.

Home I came, and vegged out on the couch with some quality news watching time. I also did some serious online discussing with my group in regards to our friggin’ paper. I swear, if this paper doesn’t kill me…did I mention I’m looking forward the end of the semester?

Mom cooked reheated dinner. Gotta love those leftovers.

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With a little cucumber & hummus on the side.

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No wine though – school night!

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Dinner was followed by more interwebbing, map designing, project discussing, and all that jazz. There was also some serious finance going on amongst me and the parentals, which I think has been the source of my stomach pains (and not illness like I thought). Oh stress, why you gotta be like that?

To fuel my brain and all the thinking it was doing, I noshed on an ambrosia apple with some Artisana pecan butter and more of that lovely homemade pumpkin butter.

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I also downed a glass of milky decaf tea, because damn, it’s getting cold out there. We’re expecting –3 degrees Celsius by the weekend. BRRRRR!

Wow, I have this post typed up and ready to go, and it’s not even 11:30 pm! I think that’s a record for me lately. I’m going to take advantage and get into bed early. Night!

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Categories: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Snack, sprouts

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6 Comments on “Final Week”

  1. December 1, 2009 at 4:54 am #

    That parfait looks fantastic to me! Let’s be honest, looks don’t count. It’s the taste that matters. Vegan browie = drool like Homer Simpson. Hope you got a better night of sleep!

  2. December 1, 2009 at 7:15 am #

    This semester was over in a flash. Hope your last weeks are good ones!

  3. December 1, 2009 at 11:07 am #

    That pecan butter looks so good. Did you make the pumpkin butter? I didn’t see a link to a recipe so I wanted to ask. It looks and sounds great too. Best wishes for the end of your semmester!

  4. December 1, 2009 at 3:45 pm #

    No need for a parfait glass to make that breakfast taste delicious! The muffin, yogurt, nut butter combo is ALWAYS a winner 🙂

    Hope you get a good night’s rest tonight!

  5. December 1, 2009 at 10:05 pm #

    ahh its my last week of classes too.. im SO READY!
    that parfait looks awesome!

  6. December 2, 2009 at 6:16 am #

    Great breakfast! My fingers are crossed that the ‘bucks gives you a call! It’s been cold here, too, but no snow to speak of yet! I can handle a winter like this one!

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