What a weekend!! 😎
For once in a long time, I actually felt like I was able to enjoy a vacation… and it was so awesome! Now that blogging is my full-time job, I rarely take time off, but, sometimes, it’s nice to take a break– even though, I still posted photo recaps of my weekend with a total of 25 words! 😉
Mal, Murphy, and I spent the night at Fanny Farm with Dave and Marie and their puppies. We all slept-in and puttered around the house in our PJs before heading to breakfast at Bagels Plus in Acton. I ordered their grilled veggie sandwich with Swiss cheese on a toasted sunflower seed bagel.
Sunflower bagels rule. I had no idea how delicious they’d be. They’re similar to sesame seed bagels, but I guess I prefer the flavor and chewiness of the sunflower seeds over the sesame seeds.
Mmmmm! I can’t wait to replicate this sandwich at home! 😀
I also drank some iced coffee with breakfast.
I have a crazy, crazy week ahead, so I spent 5 hours catching up/getting ahead on work for the week, so I never really ate a “real” lunch. Basically, I ended up snacking all afternoon long.
I started with a bowl of granola + Puffins and soy milk X 2.
Then munched on a TON of pitted dates.
And some walnuts. (These photos show just some of what I ate!)
I finished off my snack attacked with some pickles.
For dinner, Mal and I headed to Milton Marketplace to grab dinner and a few groceries for the week.
On the menu tonight were Make-Your-Own-Salads. So fun! 😀
Check out this salad bar!!! It seriously has everything— marinated tofu, Asian coleslaw, edamame, stuffed grapes leaves, sun-dried tomatoes, chickpea patties, falafel balls, hummus, buffalo chicken tenders, breaded artichoke hearts, every bean salad imaginable, and tons and tons of fresh fruits and veggies. I could have easily made a $20 salad with all of the different options.
The salad bar also had Cinnamon and Sugar Pita Chips, which I grabbed for dessert.
Mal and I ate our salads while celebrating Sunday Movie Night. (We watched Duplicity with Julia Roberta and Clive Owen.) The Make-Your-Own-Salads were such a hit, we might add this meal to our weekly tradition.
I also enjoyed a few M&Ms while watching the movie.
I’m making overnight oats then reading in bed.
Hope you had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!