You ALL had me cracking up about your reaction to my poor toe! And sorry to those that grossed you out! lol
How was your Monday? I kept forgetting that it was MLK day so I hope that those that were bale to have a 3 day weekend had a fantastic one!
This morning after reading several blogs ! decided on the perfect breakfast:
A perfectly fluffy pancake with flax meal. I topped it with almond butter, greek yogurt, strawberries, pecans and pure maple syrup.
Lunch was left over Thai. Someone asked if I had made it. No, I actually have never made homemade Thai before. I do have a can of coconut milk in the pantry waiting to be cooked up, though. Someday =)
It was BEAUTIFUL here in Seattle today! Bright and warm – I took advantage. J and I went to the post office and walked around for a bit. We grabbed some Starbucks, window shopped and spent a good 30 minutes in Pier One. I love that store!
I had a Clif Z bar for a snack and headed to the gym after J went down. A nice 3 mile run, 20 minutes on the elliptical and some great core and upper body work. I ran 6 miles last night and surprisingly my legs were feeling great! The last thing I want to happen is to injure my knees so that’s why I stopped at 3 miles. No need to push it back to back nights.
Dinner was wonderful, of course! Steamed sweet potatoes covered with chili and a side of broccoli. Of course there was some Sriracha 😉 – I love it spicy!
Bye Bye peppermint ice cream! This was the last serving – I’m sad that I have to wait a full year for more, but that is what I love about this ice cream. It really is a treat for me!
I still am debating on the college idea. Yes, I am going back to school but I keep changing my mind on what I want I want to major in. I DO know that it is in the medical field. But in what is the question.
I was looking into medical assistant, nurses assistant, or a registered nurse. I have never really had a big interest in this field. The true calling is not there.
Then I was thinking about dental assistant. Here’s the thing: I cannot see myself doing this for the rest of my life. I have a feeling I would become bored of the same atmosphere, the same procedures over and over.
The someone mentioned to me Radiologic Technologist. I thought, I researched and I liked! But ask me tomorrow and I might tell you something different. 😉
Oh well – I have a full year, or more, of pre-reqs to do before starting any course to field of my dreams.
For those that graduated college with a degree, how many times did you change your mind?