Ok, this post is sort of random, but Mal and I had such a blast last night reminiscing (and laughing) about the ridiculous toys and games we had as kids, I thought it would be fun to do on CNC today.
Do any of these look familiar?
I’m pretty sure I haven’t though about Fashion Plates or Mad Balls since the 1980’s. What a blast from the past!
As you can see, I totally embrace the 80’s, and, in the past, I’ve blogged about my other favorite toys, including Skip-Its, Pocket Rockers, and Pogo Balls as well as my favorite music, celebrity crushes, and Punky Brewster on a multiple occasions. (I always thought she was so cool.) I really loved being a kid in the 80’s.
Last Night’s Dinner
Last night’s dinner was quick and simple: homemade pizza on a Boboli crust with shredded cheese, sauce, sliced red bell pepper, leftover ground beef, and Garlic Gold Italian Blend sprinkled on top. Holy delicious. Pizza never gets old for me.
I paired my slice of pizza with a salad topped with flax oil and balsamic vinegar.
This morning’s breakfast was Overnight Oats in a Jar, which I know you’ve seen on CNC a zillions times in the past, so here’s a photo of the face that stared at me while I ate it:
Murphy could not wait to lick the inside of the jar! What a freak.
Mid-morning, I snacked on two cinnamon raisin Sandwich Thins topped with peanut butter. I took a lunchtime yoga class, so I made sure to eat a substantial snack before I left for it. I hate having a grumbling stomach during class.
When I got home from yoga, I made lunch, which was scrambled egg whites with shredded cheddar cheese, Garlic Gold nuggets, pepper, and red pepper flakes mixed in with a salad on the side.
After lunch, I ate a few spoonfuls of Peanut Butter Cup ice cream right from the container. I wasn’t hungry, but I wanted a little something to satisfy my sweet tooth. It worked.
CNC Blog Bake Sale
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P.S. I added a beer category to my blog, which includes lots of posts devoted to reviews and events. (You know it was only a matter of time until I added this category!)