It’s mid November and I’m neck deep in school work. Somehow this happens every semester – things coast along, everything seems fine, and WHAM! 500 things are due in the span of 3 weeks. This week included:
- writing an article about cranberries for the dietetics student newsletter
- designing and validating a screening tool for vitamin B12 deficiency in vegetarian adults
- finalizing research for my group project on the effects of decreasing salmon stocks on food security in BC
- finished up a reflection post for my dietetics blog
Throw in some work shifts, helping decorate the store, Zumba, and a whole lot of bus riding, and it’s amazing I have time to breathe. Or eat!
It won’t surprise you that I lack pretty much any food photos from this week. Le sigh. But I can tell you a little about today if you’d like 🙂
The morning is uneventful. Breakfast, classes, the usual. But it was bloody cold!
I made a little pit stop on the way home from school into Whole Foods. I was responsible, and only left with three items.
Whole wheat pastry flour, spinach hummus, and a gigantic Chocolate Sandwich Cookie from Butter Baked Goods.
Once home, I was ready for warm food stat.
Leftover Annie’s White Cheddar Whole Wheat Shells plus some minestrone soup. A bit random, but I just grabbed what was in the fridge.
I took some me time this afternoon and played a little Rock Band while sipping on tea, then went to Zumba this evening. Back at home, the family had dinner, then I had to get back to work on school stuff.
Yes, I’ve set up camp in the middle of the rec room floor. Sienna thinks it’s neat.
I eased the pain by munching on that amazing cookie I bought today.
Totally kicks oreo’s ass.
Oh yeah, and one more thing…
We’re supposed to get 5 – 10 cm tonight. Should make my drive up to work tomorrow interesting. Ah well, I don’t care, I’m just excited for the snow 🙂
Now I must bid you adieu so I can get to more of that school work. Is it December 15th yet? :S