Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Traveling Tuesday

Hello!

How was your day? Mine went pretty well. I got up and did a bit of work before I headed out for my two hour trip to my meeting! The meeting was actually really valuable, so I'm glad I attended. After, my team and I had lunch at Panera. I had a Greek salad with no olives. I drove home and continued working for a few more hours. I then got the house all clean and gave the Frankster a bath. Josh came home from work with a terrible headache. He went out to lunch today, so he still had his lunch I packed for him this am in tow. He was starving and didn't want to waste his lunch, so he decided it would be his dinner :)(Part 1 anyways, I will probably make him some eggs or oatmeal later hehe). Given this, I decided to skip the big dinner I had planned and save it for tomorrow night. Instead, I make myself some soup! I had Amy's organic (and vegan I believe) pasta and three bean soup.
Topped with a few of these bad boys.

Dinner was filling and yummy. I had one of Tina's bars afterwards too. I am off to practice some Body Step (I still haven't gotten to it and only have a day and a half to learn it-yikes!). Hope you all have a nice night :)

12 comments:

Gina said...

ooooh i want to find those tortilla chips! i'm glad some manufacturers have jumped on the multi-grain bandwagon.
i love amy's soups!! it's nice knowing they're not loaded down with sodium and msg
good luck with working on body step- i'm sure you're great at it :D

jenngirl said...

Glad your day was good. Amy's soups are the best! The Chunky Tomato Bisque is my all-time fave!!

Have a good night! ;)

eatingbender said...

I'm glad your meeting went well and that you found it valuable. I love the Greek salad from Panera!

Can't go wrong with Amy's soup! I've never tried that one before, but your picture has convinced me to buy it next time I'm soup shopping :o)

Good luck with body step!

Esi said...

I love Amy's food...healthy and so delish. I went out again and my body hates me...I am getting too old to do multiple nights in a row :)

mangotriathlete said...

Just found your blog - I like! Where did you find the tortilla chips? Are they good?

Anonymous said...

You doing a Body Step practice video for us?

We wouldn't complain ;)

MizFit

Jenn said...

Amy's Soups are soooo good! I hope the Body Step practice session went well. :)

Bridget said...

Soups are so good this time of year! I'll have to try that one. Have a great travel day!

Meghann said...

It's not even close to being cold here yet, but lately I have had the biggest cravings for soup. It's all I want to order when I go out to eat and its all I want to make at home. That soup looks good, I will have to try it out for my next big craving.

Caitlin said...

that photo of your bulldog is so cute!

Lori said...

Where is the picture of Frank getting his bath? Ha, ha!

Those chips sound great. I'll have to look for them when I get my next chips and salsa craving.

Erica said...

All- Thanks for the comments. The chips are fabulous. I got them at my local grocery store (Giant) in the regular snack aisle. I put some more info up about them today! I may try to put a Body Step video up...I'm not sure if I'm allowed- I will check with Les Mills (the company that makes Body Step) and possibly put a video up :).