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Wedding Progress.

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Lately, life has consisted of a few categorically different things.

Saturday morning, my brain was feasting on knowledge regarding the study of human disesases caused by bacterias & viruses.

Tuberculosis & leprosy were two that we studied during the last lab.  I’m finding Microbiology to be totally interesting…The problem is, each exam tests us on a HUGE amount of information!  I don’t think it’s physically possible to jam four chapters of the stuff into my brain at once.

After my brain was exhausted from my 8am-1pm class, we went WEDDING dress shopping.

Regardless of what I’ve been told about dress shopping, planning, and all that comes with the goodness of weddings, the process has not been nearly as stressful as it has been fun.

Granted, I probably have the most amazing group of girls in my bridal party…all cousins except one…

Wanna meet ’em?  Well, above you’ve got my cousins, Brooke & Brandi (my matron of honor).  They’re sisters, and since I was old enough to walk, Brandi & I were inseperable.  Maybe you remember my mentioning her a few times in the past? 🙂

Then, there’s my cousin Allison, who couldn’t join us for shopping, since she was away at college…

and Abbie, who couldn’t attend the shopping outting either, but sent me a very sweet text message the morning of, letting me know she was thinking of me 🙂

Then, of course both my younger sisters Myranda & Morgan will be in the wedding.

And last, but certainly not least, my lovely friend from high school & “little sister” from my h.s. basketball team, Lyndsie.  She frequently comments on the blog and I love her dearly 😉

The day was filled with excitement and although David’s Bridal, where we had an appointment after my Saturday class, was absolutely packed full of girls trying on prom & bridal gowns, we made the most of our experience.

I not only have picked out my bridesmaids dresses, but I found my dream dress *teaser above*, which I knew was the one, almost immediately.

After the shopping, we headed to Atlanta Bread Company for a nice little lunch together.

 So far, here’s what all I’ve got taken care of… the DJ, the church, the reception, the catering, the pastor, the cake baker, the florist, & the photographer.

As far as invitations & save the dates, I’m not sure where to go?  Any suggestions from experienced brides out there?  I’m thinking possibly Costco?  Here’s a little creation that I’ve thrown together on their site…the prices are VERY reasonable if you ask me!


Much love to you all!  I’ll apologize in advance for the lack of commenting over the next few days…life as I know it revolves around my 8-4 job, my college courseload, and my amazing fiance who deals with the chaos on a daily basis ❤


Overload: Part II

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Sunday morning was the same as most, started off with Ab Ripper X

Followed by some elliptical action while watching “The Ugly Truth” OnDemand,

and finally breakfast & a shower.  I don’t know why, but lately I’ve been forgetting to photograph these meals. 

Actually, I’m so rushed that I feel like I don’t have time.  I’m usually mixing a protein shake and running around the house trying to get ready for church.

 It was a nice service that honored the graduates from Christian-Life Assembly, and was all about “defining moments”, character, and compassion.

 Afterward, the boy went home to nap, and I ate a brief lunch, followed by preparations for this week’s lunches:

Spaghetti squash steamed in the microwave and flaked with a fork.

Next, dumped into a portable tupperware container for the work week!  I’ll probably end up eating this with light Ragu & fat free cottage cheese at some point.  Probably my favorite way to consume.

I also made Katie’s Miscellaneous Quinoa Salad

I modified it a tad, according to the ingredients that I had onhand, but for the most part I had everything:

    • 2 cups broccoli, chopped
    • 2 celery stalks, sliced
    • 1 red bell pepper, chopped
    • 1 zucchini (raw), sliced
    • 1 can garbanzo beans, drained and rinsed
    • 1/8 C. sliced almonds
    • 1 cup quinoa

    • 3 T olive oil
    • 5 T rice vinegar
    • ¼ cup water
    • 1 T Dijon mustard
    • 1.5  tsp. honey
    • 1 sprinkle garlic powder

 ^ for the dressing

I was a busy little bee!  Next, I hit up the grocery store.

 Here are the goods: 8th Continent Light Original Soymilk, Oscar Meyer Cajun Seasoned Chicken Breast lunchmeat, Fiber One Light Multi-Grain bread, Eggland’s Best eggs, La Tortilla Factory Smart & Delicious Low Carb High Fiber small whole wheat wraps, Steamfresh green beans, california blend, and broccoli, Nature’s Promise Organic baby spinach, 3 gala apples, organic tomatoes, no sugar added fudge pops, Sonoma Jack’s light pepperjack cheese wedges, fat-free cottage cheese, Strawberry Oikos, and Pineapple & Lemon Chobani

 Around 4pm, my girl Lyndsie came over for a visit!  She was in Europe for her last semester studying abroad (CHECK OUT HER ADVENTURES THERE, HERE!), and this was the first I had seen her for quite some time!

 The sweet girl that she is, she came bearing gifts 🙂

She brought me back handmade soap in the most adorable laced up bag that was crafted by women in Turkey!

How neat, right? It was so good to see her and catch up on all that we had been missing in one anothers’ lives.  I can’t wait to spend more time with her this summer while she’s home from college!

We hung out on the patio for awhile, and then Jarid came over to play.  Ha.

You thought I was kidding?

You thought wrong.

We got our bathing suits on and got in the pool for a little while, but was quickly scared away by the setting of the sun, aka COLDness.

 Okay, so I was the scared one.  I couldn’t help it!  I was freeeezinggg…you could see goosebumps all over me! 

For a brief time, I had my very own pool boy, though.  Hahaha.  I hope you see this and love it, Jarid 😀

 After the pool, we went for a little walk since it was such a perfect night, and when we returned, we put together some dinner and ate on the deck.

Picture perfect, I’m telling you.  Couldn’t have ended my weekend any better ❤


Operation Florida, Underway.

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Boot camp was AWESOME today.  We “played a game” that involved drawing popsicle sticks from a baggie.  Each stick was coded with a different colored marker, and each color stood for a different exercise.  There were different circuits so that people couldn’t cheat and we continuously changed them up.  Some of the moves were burpees, weighted frog hops, planks, clam shells, weighted moon flowers, push ups, jumping jacks, etc.

 326 calories, max hr. 162

The fun thing was, after each “task”, we had to run upstairs to get to the bag of popsicle sticks again and then back down the other side where the spiral staircase was – Have I ever mentioned that bootcamp is held in the basement of a spa?  The first floor is gorgeous!  I LOVE the decor.

Straight from boot camp, we had to pick up some doughnuts that we sold as a fundraiser for our trip to the Women of Faith Conference that we attend every year.

Momma FF and her friend, Bonnie sat down for breakfast together and took advantage of the fact that we had freshly baked goods in our house. 

^She’s going to kill me for this!

Doughnuts were their choice, but personally, I think mine was more indulgent 😉 

Oat bran bake with peanut butter-banana frosting & cinnamon sprinkled ontop!

1/3 C. oat bran, 1 egg white, Splenda, pinch of baking powder, 1/8 C. peanut flour; icing- 1/8 C. peanut flour mashed with 1/2 banana

Holy awesomeness. All I had to do was pop this baby in the microwave for about 2 minutes in a mug, wait for the timer to ding, and plate then icing it!  Beats a doughnut ANYday.

The walk to work was a snowy one.  I’m SO sick of wearing boots!  I want to start sporting flip flops and pedicured toes! Each time it starts getting nice outside, out of no where, a blizzard surfaces.  It’s such a tease!

During my lunch break, I watched the Governor’s budget address

I’m not going to get into politics on the blog.  Let’s just say that I found his speech…interesting.

I had a flat out + flax stuffed with canned wild caught, pink salmon and mustard with baby spinach and pineapple salsa.

Innards 🙂

On the side, there was a Christmas-colored veggie party.

See?  Christmasy.

Snap peas & red pepper slices.

Another exciting transaction took place while I was at work.  I had been planning on visiting Denmark, where my friend Lyndsie was studying abroad, but plans fell through because the only times I could go, she was touring another country.  The downside?  I won’t get to see D…or Europe.  The upside?  I’ll have vacation time to take and can join my family on their trip to Florida next week. 

They’re driving down on Friday, but I have to be around for my Speech class on Saturday, so I will be flying down by myself from Baltimore on Saturday night.  I love flying!

What’s your take on flying?  Does it freak you out?  What’s the longest flight you’ve ever taken?



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I love when the weekend starts with a successful trip to the farmer’s market.

I got alllll of this for just under $18. 

-2 kiwi
-bunch of bananas
-yellow squash
-butternut squash
-2 red bell peppers
-2 yellow peppers
-a tomato threesome
-2 HUGE pears

Not to mention, it was all in support of local farmers! 

After an hour & 1/2 at basketball practice, I utilized the goods to cook up a fabulous dinner.

Roasted goodies with some light ragu on the side for dippin’.

And some cinnamonny 100 cal kettle corn.

Thanks, Pop Secret 😉

I chilled out the rest of the night and did my best to get a good night’s sleep.  In the morning, I had a very big day!  It was my first college basketball game since 2006!

 I knew I wanted to have a hearty breakfast, so I whipped up a batch of Janetha’s protein pancakes!

 Super simple!  Just blend together:

  • 1/2 C. old fashioned oats
  • 1/2 C. fat free cottage cheese
  • cinnamon
  • 3 egg whites
  • pinch baking soda
  • sweetener of choice (I used Splenda)

Spray a non-stick skillet with some Pam and voila!

Except, hopefully you’re better at flipping them than I am.  I think I tried to flip too soon.  Regardless, they were still delicious.  And still a little doughy in the middle which was a total score in my book 😉

I added some sugar free maple syrup to mine!  And then I got my game face on while sipping a huge mug of coffee and watching the snowfall.

I was as excited as I was nervous!  The game was to be held at the Philadelphia University gym, which meant we had to leave at about 11 to make it there in time to warm up.

I packed up all my game stuff and then got to work on some lunch & dinner for the bus trip.

Lunch would be 1/3 C. quinoa, 1 baby sweet tater, 1/4 C. black beans, and some baby spinach.

I also packed a juicy sliced pear sprinkled with cinnamon.

The team usually stops for fast food on the way home, but I obviously am not a fan, so I made sure I had stuff that I wanted to eat afterward for dinner.

V8 Butternut Squash soup, cocoa roasted almonds, strawberry Chobani, and two cuties.

We watched “The Blind Side” on the way to the game for some inspiration 😉

The gym was absolutely gorgeous and I was practically drooling when I saw their fitness center.

Mannnnn.  It was stacked

 Our game didn’t go quite the way we were hoping.  We all played hard and did well, but it wasn’t quite enough to win.  It was a super close game the entire way, and I ended up with four fouls.  I played almost the whole game.  All but 4ish minutes, in fact.  When it was over, I felt like I could go for another half.

After the game, our punishment for losing was to stand out in the freezing cold while the bus heated up.  Haha.  Juuuust kidding 🙂

As I said, we stopped at McDonald’s on the way home and I got some apple slices and a water to accompany my packed foods.  The girls were cracking up when I whipped out my purple lunch box 😀

As a consolation prize for a good effort at our game, I made myself a chocolate cherry bomb oatcake.

  • 1/3 C. old fashioned oats
  • 1.5 tbsp. cocoa powder
  • 1/2 c. frozen sliced cherries
  • sugar free torani syrup
  • 1 egg white
  • 1 pinch baking powder

Then, my girl, Lyndsie who is home from college right now, went to check out my lil’ seester’s indoor soccer game.  We chatted most of the time about how creeped out we were by the old referee who kept flirting with us.

Oh yeah, andd the fact that she’s studying abroad over in Denmark this Spring!  I’ve got big plans already to visit her there!!  Any readers from Denmark out there?! 🙂

 Sunday morning, my body hated me.  My body was achy and sore from being shoved around at the game…still, I got up and did insane abs, biking, and a quick 2.5 mile run before church.

3/4 C. unsweet vanilla almond breeze, 1/2 banana, some frozen pineapple chunks, unsweetened coconut flakes, 3 ice cubes, and 1 scant scoop vanilla whey protein powder

I had a boring unpictured breakfast beforehand (just some toast with fat free strawberry cream cheese) and then a pina colada protein shake  on the way to church.

As I mentioned last week, CLA is doing a new series called “Live Well“.  This week, the sermon was all about relationships.  It was about the fact that next to our relationship with God, our relationship with people is what matters most in this life

  I arrived home to my treasures (Momma, Poppa, and seester FF), and told each one of them how much I loved them.  It’s so important.  You never know when it might be the last chance you get to say it!

Sweet as they are, they picked me up some lunch.

They know just what I like.  Steamed shrimp and mixed vegetables with lite garlic sauce.  I think I actually eat this about once a week…if not more.  Haha.  What can I say?! There aren’t many options in my area when I don’t feel like cooking!  It’s either that or Subway!

The rest of the weekend was unpictured, but I went to see Tangled with a friend and my middle sister!  It was super cute and I was impressed, since I had been disappointed by the recent Disney makings.  This was an exceptional one, though.

Eventually, I had some Shiritaki noodles with light ragu and a light parmesan peppercorn sonoma jack’s cheese wedge for dinner along with zucchini chips.  I’m not quite sure I remember what was next, other than a strawberry chobani dessert induced coma.  I bet I got about 10 hours of sleep last night.  Gloriiiiiiious.

What was the hilight of your weekend?


Thank God For Beautiful Weather.

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Here’s to new starts and the celebration of Spring!  With that, I give you the Verse of the Day:

“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.”- 1 John 1:9

This verse truly amazes me.  I can’t believe what a gracious God we serve.  No matter how many times I screw up, he is forgiving if I come to Him with a remorseful heart.  We can be “pure as snow” with just one confession to Him of our sins, because of His sacrifice on the cross.

Last night was totally EPIC.  When I got home from work, I fueled up with some carbs (a sweet potato & a Flat Out Light wrap with Sonoma Jack’s & Splenda) right before heading outside into the gorgeous sunshine that the Lord provided us with yesterday, for a 5 mile run.

I brought my camera so that I could bring you all with me on the journey.   I wanted to try out the “running photography”, Yes Man style 😉

Incase you can’t tell, I live in quite the rural area, to say the least.

But it makes for some stunning photographs, no? Check out how GREEN the grass is!

The easiest part of the run is down this huge hill!

The creek.

 This one is probably my FAVORITE picture, because I can see my shadow in the cement wall of the bridge! I was showing my Mom these photos and she said I looked like a dragon. Haha.

The hardest part of the run.

This sucker was long, slow and gradual.  I was so glad to get to the top!  Not to mention, it’s toward the very end of the 5 miles, so it kicks my butt everytime!

Okay, so I lied.  THIS is my favorite picture 🙂  And with that, I concluded my run.  When I reached my driveway, I moved my car so I could play a little basketball.  It was boring by myself, so I went inside to do some ab work before my sister and Mom got home from softball practice.  My Dad had ordered us Chinese.

Steamed shrimp and vegetables.

I got my usual, and when the rest of the family got home, we sat down to eat dinner together.

As you can see, I hated it:

After dinner, I went outside with my little sister and played some basketball!  Taking advantage of the fact that it was STILL light out at 7PM 🙂  I whooped her butt in “one bounce“.

We came back inside, I showered and relaxed the rest of the night.  I packed my lunch and then made us dessert

Lunch spread.

For lunch today, I packed a big tub of veggies (cucumber, carrots, & yellow pepper slices), some deli turkey that I abs. love, and a Light Flat Out with Sonoma Jacks to eat at my desk.

The star of lunch?

Columbus Herb Turkey Breast!

Review to come soon, so stay tuned!

I made Morgy a white chocolate raspberry cheesecake milkshake, and myself a Mint Chocolate Chip protein shake with some Optimum Nutrition protein powder!  I can’t wait to review the other flavors Tim sent me too!

Not very photogenic, but deeeelish.

Greek yogurt fans, be sure to check out Julie’s giveaway!

Happy Thursday, bloggies!

OH! And before I forget to mention this!  HUGE congrats to my girl, Lyndsie!  She applied for an internship in Uganda, Africa and just found out a few days ago that she GOT IT!!! WAY TO GO, BABE! 🙂


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The highlight of my Tuesday was mail! I was excited to find two very cute things waiting for me:


It was an adorable card from my good friend, Lyndsie!  She’s away at school right now doing great things, but we got together while she was home on break, and I’ve been missing her ever since!


She’s a frequent reader of the blog.  Lynds-  I wrote you back and the letter is on the way! 🙂 

There’s something about handwritten letters that have a personal touch that reaches so much further than an email or a phone call.  I love it!

Isn't he handsome? 🙂

Speaking of letters, I also got one from my friend, Dennis who is in the Army.  He’s allll the way in Texas right now but he sent me a picture and letter that I was totally ecstatic about!  We always have fun get togethers while he’s in the area.

the letter.

 I had a snack when I got home from work.


 A handful of Salsa Kooloos =NOM. {reviews soon!}


 And a perfectly ripe pear.



After about an hour and 1/2 on the stationary (the typical routine), burning 500ish calories, I decided to prep some dinner for consumption after my shower.

I was craving some chips, so I went with it.  Zucchini style 😉


I baked them on a non stick baking sheet for about 25 minutes at 400° after spraying them with some Pam and sprinkling them with salt n’ pepper.

They came out really yummy!

They really shrivel up when they bake, though!

Along with my zuke chips, I had an egg burrito.

Egg beaters, bell peppers, and greek yogurt.

To round out the meal, I made some apple crisp for dessert 🙂

Diced, microwaved apple chunks.

 Afterward, I watched some tv, folded some laundry, and did some dishes  after my shower until I was ready to doze off.

The Weekend In A Nutshell.

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As soon as 4:00 hit on Friday, I was in complete weekend mode.  I headed home for my date with the exercise bike & my ipod.  We enjoy movies together quite often 🙂  Friday was no exception.  I watched 27 Dresses while pedaling away.   


James Marsden is enough to keep any girl distracted long enough to bike 30 something miles in an hour & a half…Seriously…how cute is he?!   

Anyway, I showered and got ready for the little sister’s basketball game which started at 7:00 PM.  Gotta show some support!   She has always been there throughout my career as a three sport athlete, so it’s only fair, right?!  Plus, I really enjoy watching her play.  Before I left, I made a quick dinner of roasted veggies and a salmon filet.  

Salmon, onion, broccoli, mushroom, & celery.

I also ate a golden delicious to round out my meal as a carby fruit.  


The game was fun, and the girls kicked butt.  Then, I went to meet Ry at The Coliseum for some competitive game playing 🙂  When I got home, I pretty much went right to bed after a brief facebooking sesh.  

Saturday & Sunday…

Saturday morning, I woke up at around 8:15AM when I brushed my teeth, put my contacts in, took my thyroid meds, and left with the Momma for our yoga class.  It’s kind of a nice mother-daughter bonding thing 🙂  I don’t think I’ll be going to yoga on Monday nights anymore though, because last week when I went, I felt  like it wasn’t nearly challenging enough.  We pay $8.00 per class, and to leave feeling like I got nothing out of it doesn’t feel too good.  It was mainly because the women there were somewhat beginners, I think, which is fine, but I don’t want to waste my time or money.  I’ll just stick to the Saturday class.   

After yoga, I went home and made myself a protein smoothie for breakfast with some Jay Robb strawberry protein, fat free milk, some frozen strawberries, and some Chocolate Amazing Grass.  Scrumdillyumptious 😀  

Tasted just like a chocolate covered strawberry!

After downing this yummy treat, I hopped on the stationary and did about 40 something miles in 2 hoursWhat can I say?! I had some extra time on my hands and got carried away with movie watching.  

After the biking, I showered and got ready for a shopping trip to Harrisburg with my good friend, Lyndsie from High School.  She was home from college for winter break and I really missed hanging out with her, so we decided to get together.  We went to the mall first, because when I bought these awesome jeans for just $12.90 at Hollister, they forgot to take the sensor off of them, which I didn’t realize until I got home:  

Cali Flare

Also, we checked out Victoria’s Secret in the mall because they’re having their semi-annual sale right now!  I had already visited this sale twice before, and so had she, so we didn’t make any purchases.  They were pretty picked out, anyway.  

Then we went to Kohl’s, where I had lots of gift cards for from Christmas.  She fell in love with this guy:  

The Lorax

So I picked him up for her as a belated Christmas gift 🙂  I also got this cute mini dress to wear with tights and boots because I’m so in love with the other one that I have.  They’re such an easy option when you’ve gotta get dressed up!  And SOOOO totally comfortable.   Plus, Lynds said that the teal really went nicely with my hair color, so I took her advice and snagged it:  

Mini dress.

From there, we went to Old Navy, one of our FAVE bargain stores.  They always have such awesome clearance sections!  I’ve bought clothing there for sooo cheap before.  For all you yoga lovers out there, Old Navy is having a HUGE yoga pants sale right now.  

We had a great time shopping, but I had to be back by 5:30 because a friend of mine was picking me up to go for sushi!  I really had a good time with him the last time we did dinner, so I figured it would be a lot of fun.  And it was!  He took me to Mikado Japanese Steak House & Sushi Bar where we ordered the Sushi Boat for two which was a combination of sushi rolls and sashimi:  

Sushi feast.

I’m not a fan of the rolls, so he took care of those while I ate most of the sashimi.  After the sushi outing, he dropped me off at the 2010 PA Farm Show to meet up with Lyndsie again!  I invited him to join us, but he informed me that he was responsible for the beer provisions at his buddy’s house for the Eagles/Dallas football game, which I totally understood.  

For those of you who don’t know, the Farm Show is a huge attraction to the Central PA area in which proud owners and breeders showcase their animals in hopes of being honored with awards.  There are also lots of other competitions for things like cakes, pies, floral arrangements, and clothing designs.  I saw tons of out of state license plates in the parking lot, too!  I didn’t realize how widespread the Farm Show traditions really were!  Most people that I know go for the copious amounts of homecooked food.  Some classics on the menu at the farm show include: honey ice cream, fried vegetables, baked sweet potatoes, potato donuts, milk shakes, deep fried mozzarella cubes, pork barbeque sandwiches, apple dumplings, and chicken corn soup.  Not exactly nutritional superstars, but  everyone seems to love the food!  I didn’t get anything because I had just eaten.  It was fun to see all of the animals, competitions, and families: 

Ice sculpture.

 There were horses, cows, rabbits, goats, pigs, geese, and chickens


A must-see at the Farm Show for my family every year is the butter sculpture: 

The butter sculpture.

After the Farm Show, we went home and I decided to have a cup of decaf coffee while I was doing the reading that I needed to finish for Sunday School the next morning.  When completed, I tried to relax and get ready for bed, but I got seriously sick throughout the night and ended up throwing up several times 😦  I was wondering if maybe we got some bad sushi.  Anyway, I didn’t make it to church the next morning and felt achy and tired all day.  My stomach was settled by the time the family got home from church though, and my Mom made them spaghetti for lunch with meat sauce and texas toast.  I wasn’t that hungry, but I knew I should eat something, so I mixed some Sonoma Jacks light cheese with Egg Beaters in a mug along with some minced onion: 

Simply Satisfying.

Along with a slice of whole wheat toast sprayed 5X’s with Parkay: 


For some reason, I think eggs are my comfort food 🙂  They always taste good.  And they’re so simple!  I just microwaved them in a mug for about 2 minutes, added some salt & pepper, and enjoyed. 

I was really lazy Sunday, and still felt weak from the lack of sleep and excessive vomiting.  I’ll spare you the details 😉 Snacks throughout the day included a golden delicious sprinkled with cinnamon & a good belly shot:

Strawberry Probiotic & Multi Vitamin

 We pretty much laid around all day watching movies, playing games, and spending time as a family until the middle sister had to go back to school.  She had softball practice at 7:00PM, so she was going to be leaving around 5:30.  I ran to the grocery store for my Mom because the sister requested tacos for dinner and we didn’t have tomatoes, lettuce, or soft shell tortillas.  Plus, I needed some groceries for this week’s meals as well.

While Mom was prepping the family’s tacos, I was busy getting my own creation together.  What she used: 

Old El Paso Taco Shells-150 calories for three

Wrap Itz - 200 calories per tortilla

Figuring that this is 70% lean ground beef, it would provide 305 calories per serving with 20g of fat.

What I used:

Low Carb High Fiber Wrap = 80 calories

1/2 C. Black Beans = 100 calories, 0g fat

See, there are ways to make the most savory meals nutritious, too!  🙂  We both used lite sour cream, lettuce, tomato, and salsa as topping for our tacos/burritos.  I was stuffed after one, probably due to the crazy amount of fiber between the beans and the wrap! But I did munch on some of the lettuce and tomatoes. 

After dinner, we cleaned up, played “Catch Phrase”, and hung out.  The little sis and I both had ice cream for dessert.  She had Dutch chocolate, while I had sugar free, fat free vanilla.

This stuff only has 70 calories per serving along with 0g of fat and 3g of protein! 🙂

Before hitting the sack, I packed my breakfast for this morning and my lunch for work.  

Breakfast: fat free cottage cheese, sugar free blackberry jelly+fiber, frozen berries, and fiber one allll stirred together (typical).

Seriously NEVER gets old!

Lunch: egg whites, la tortilla factory wrap spread with sonoma jack’s pepperjack cheese+splenda, and cucumber, carrot, and tomato salad topped with sf raspberry syrup & balsamic.

egg whites.



cheese wrap.

Anddddd that’s a wrap, folkss… 🙂


Have a great Monday!