Friday, December 18, 2009

"Self-sabotage is the smartest thing you can do if you're sabotaging a self that is not really you."

I know that I am blogging late, but it's been a long day. Finally got a hair cut today after quite a number of months I believe, saw A Christmas Carol in Pittsburgh, and had a nice free dinner at Marks Grille so it was an over-all good day.

1 whole wheat tortilla wrap
1 small apple
1/2 slice sharp cheddar cheese
1/2 tbsp. fat-free Philadelphia cream cheese
(I some how mixed my lunch and breakfast around.)
(Not pictured, although I thought I took one.)
1/2 cup Egg Beaters
Onion, broccoli, tomato in omelet
1 Small Apple
About 1/8 cup cottage cheese 

This was my first time trying cottage cheese and I did not like it! I kept trying to convince myself that it was an acquired taste, but more than anything I hated the texture. I will not be eating this again any time soon.

(Not pictured)
1 about "4 roast beef lunch meat sandwich with lettuce and tomato
Raw veggies: 
carrots, celery, broccoli, cauliflower
2 slices of tomato flavored with olive oil and parmesan, I believe
1/2 of a giant oatmeal raisin cookie (equal of about a regular large cookie)

This meal was made after seeing A Christmas Carol at Marks Grille in Pittsburgh. Matt's professor reserved us a room and had it catered. Some of the foods there were: mini tacos, chicken strips, bacon and cheddar potato skins, chips, veggie tray, cheese and cracker tray, roast beef sandwiches, cold cut combo sandwiches, various giant cookies, etc. I ate tons of veggies to fill up so I wouldn't be as tempted to try the fried foods or actually eat the entire cookie. At the end of the day I do feel a little bloated for some reason...I'm thinking I had too much sodium or maybe more calories than I intended at Mark's. The show and dinner were a treat though, I'm very thankful Matt's musical theatre professor was kind enough to let me tag along with the class the past two shows. Tomorrow I'm thinking of making a "taco" with a veggie burger and another tortilla, but am unsure what to have with it.