Happy Valentine’s Day

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Happy Monday! Anyone got any cool plans for Valentine’s Day this year? Though we’re not particularly big fans of Hallmark holidays,  Chris and I still usually do something little. Since he’s got class until late tonight, we went out for breakfast to a little place called Alice’s Tea Cup. It was a fun way to make this Monday a little extra special. His cornmeal pancakes were awesome, as was my granola, which came with plain yogurt and fruit. There was so much, though, I had to take most of the granola home! Looking forward to working my way through the doggie bag…

While Chris went to class, I walked home in the sunshine and then took a little lie-down. I always have trouble sleeping this time of year, so any chance to close my eyes is important! When I felt like my head had cleared enough, I sent off all my dietetic internship applications. Finally! It’s so good to have that out of my hands. I applied to 8 schools, which is not cheap, but I’m hoping for the best. And if “the best” involves a plan B, I feel good about my options.

Also, if you have time, check out this great post on self-love from Oh She Glows. We’re so conditioned to think about our relationships with other people but it’s also key to nurture our relationship with ourselves!

One thought on “Happy Valentine’s Day

    Spring-Fever Smoothie | Keeping It Real Food said:
    February 18, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    […] my usual frozen fruit-yogurt mixture, I added a few spoonfuls of leftover granola and also a half-teaspoon of coconut oil to see what would happen—it hardens into a magic shell […]

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