Phew! It is finals week, and I am feeling it! Luckily, I only have one more exam until summer freedom…that is until I start summer classes in two weeks.
I started off Sunday morning with my all time favorite cereal. It’s not an original one in blogland, but I’m not a noncomformist so that’s not a problem. (Lots of negations in that sentence…sorry ’bout that!)
PEANUT BUTTER PUFFINS. PEANUT BUTTER PUFFINS. PEANUT BUTTER PUFFINS.
I basically imagine myself chanting that.
After I consumed the little pb pillows of perfection, I was out the door for the drive to church. When I came back to the house, I was ready for the last brunch of the year. Everyone’s favorite part of the week is Sunday brunch in the house. Our chef knows what we like! Pastries, bacon, eggs, fruit, french toast and waffles galore! I topped a mini bagel with part of an egg white vegetable omelette and had a banana on the side.
Still a little hungry, I ate a Kashi TLC Honey Almond Flax Chewy Granola Bar, compliments of the snack drawer. I’m gonna miss that treasure chest of snackage over the summer.
I worked all day on a PR proposal for a fake major announcement strategy. I developed a communications plan for a made up situation: that my all girls high school was going to start admitting boys! Only in my dreams would that have even been a consideration back when I was a high schooler.
For a snack, I had my favorite fruit and a little bit of Stonyfield Farm’s fat free French Vanilla yogurt.
Slight confession? I still haven’t totally fallen in love with Greek yogurt. I’m trying though! In the meantime, vanilla regular yogurt claims the top spot in the bid for my yogurt affection.
Dinner was from the house. I don’t have a picture of it, because I didn’t really have the true meal and what I did have was a little bit of an unenthusiastic mess. A very small serving of pasta with a tad of sauce added along red pepper and tomato slices with a hard boiled egg, corn and garlic bread on the side. Ho hum. I’m trying to appreciate the last few meals of prepared food for me, though. A mini homemade rice krispy treat was for dessert. Mmmm….that was good.
I retreated back to my hobbit hole–I mean room–for part two of my day o’ studying. I spent the rest of the night making flash cards for the slides I need to memorize for my art history final. So. many. slides. Like 150+. I stared at these weird images all night:
My wonderful boyfriend took pity on me in my art history frustrations and brought me Red Mango to cheer me up and make me feel better.
Ah, ain’t love grand? I’m talking about the froyo, of course. Just kidding. It’s a little bit sweaty from the trip.
Because the Red Mango filled me up, I had a very tiny snack later: an Archer Farms Tropical Fruit Strip, also courtesy of the snack drawer.
I used to LOVE Fruit Roll Ups when I was younger. Well, turns out I’m no longer a young one because this was not too exciting for me. I would have much rather just eaten fresh fruit.
I’m excited to stop studying so my life’s not so boring. I feel like even my FOOD is boring. Like it’s yawning at me. One and a half more days…