Oh Thanksgiving how I love thee! There is so much I am grateful for. I’ll just list the important ones…my hubby, I missed him so much today. This was the first Thanksgiving we haven’t spent together since we’ve been married. My baby boy…let’s make that 2 baby boys. My family (near and far), friends, health, husband’s job, and delicious leftover rolls ;).
WEDNESDAY Fire Bites:
Started the day off right with spin class +12
Post-spin: the store I was at didn’t have Muscle Milk Light so I drank just over half of this 4, and a green smoothie
I had to go down to Salt Lake to take my final test for my CNA class so that I could be passed off to take my state test. Then Cole and I went to see Arthur Christmas.
Snack before movie: 5
Snacks at the movie: popcorn, 2 red vines, and 1 twizzler 11
After the movie we met up with Aunt Sasa at our fav El Chubasco for our some shrimp tacos…but they were all out. So we had to improvise. It wasn’t the same.
Dinner: chicken tacos, 2 corn tortillas, pico, 1/3 of Cole’s quesadilla, and chips 13
TURKEY DAY Fire Bites:
Cole and I woke up early…excited for the holiday. I made us some mint hot chocolate.
Was planning on going to the gym for a strength class at 9:30a, but decided it was more important to have a nice breakfast with my family. Plus I know Keller would probably call to Skype while I was in the class. We decided not to go with the traditional homemade buttermilk waffles and instead turned the healthy Protein Pancakes into Protein Waffles. Soooo delicious and nutritious!
Went to get on the treadmill and do my burpee/running intervals and of course I literally press start on the treadmill and Keller calls. So I jumped off and we got to Skype. He was able to have a Thanksgiving meal and have the day off. It was nice to be able to chat. Didn’t have enough time to do my full workout so instead I knocked out my 47 burpees (missed yesterday cause I tried to do them after spin and my legs were jello). Then we went to the movies to see Hugo, great cinematography, but SLOW AND BORING as all get out. That’s my personal opinion and the opinion of the 4-y-o who was bouncing from one lap to another cause he was so bored. Snacked on some popcorn and 3 red vines.
Came home and had some carrots and light ranch dip while I started the 2 batches of rolls. Our family was invited over to a friend’s of my parents for Thanksgiving dinner so all we were in charge of making was rolls, salad, and veggies. My job was the rolls. They turned out perfect!
We started off dinner with some delicious soup topped with apples and bleu cheese.
There were also bacon wrapped water chestnuts and shrimp for appetizers. I was so hungry by the time we got there that I lost count of how any I ate!
And then the delicious dinner was served. This was the only Thanksgiving I can remember that I only had one plate full of food. I was seriously sooo stuffed, I was actually mad. I have never only had 1 roll, that’s like so wrong! Good thing there were leftovers so I can way some more tomorrow.
We played such a fun game after dinner. Everyone wrote down a name of a person (famous or not) and put it in a basket. When all the names were in, someone reads off all the names twice. Then you start going around the circle and you try to guess who wrote down which name. The last person to be guessed wins.
And of course had to end the night with pie. I’m not a huge pie lover, unless it’s french apple, but there was no french apple for me. Probably a good thing! So instead I had about 1/2 cup of the delicious cherry chocolate ice cream that I have grown to love so much over the last week and 2 bites of a very chocolately pie!
All in all a fabulous Thanksgiving. So Happy Thanksgiving to all and to all a good night