Happy Monday, friends!
The weekends are always over too quickly around here. I’m left wondering how that two days goes by quicker than any other two days of the week. I promise Monday and Tuesday won’t go by that quickly. Trust me.
I really meant to take more pictures today, but at the end of the day I only ended up with three. That’s a tough habit to get into, really stopping to document my day. Hopefully, I’ll be better at that by the end of this series.
I did wake up to one of my favorite verses this morning. A great reminder of God’s sweet promises. This verse was on my mind all day. I even wrote it on a Post-It and stuck it to my computer this morning.I’m unsure of the origin of this pretty print, I found it on Pinterest, if you have the info, let me know and I’ll include it.
I left right after school today and went to Pure Barre with my friend, Leah. It’s so nice to have someone hold me accountable, because today would have been a day I would have skipped right over. It definitely kicked my tail today, I was dying during thighs. I can’t say that I ever really look forward to working out, but I never walk out the door regretting the workout. I am always so glad I did.
Allen worked late tonight. A big thumbs down to that fact. I sure do miss him when he’s working late. It’s also a great reminder to be thankful for all of the little things that he does. Our night time routine is much easier when we share a little of the responsibility. BK and I baked some chocolate and pumpkin muffins. This is the 2 point recipe from WW, my mom used to make them and it’s a quick and easy pumpkin fix. Just mix together a box of Devil’s Food cake mix and a can of pumpkin puree, spoon into a mini muffin tin, and bake at 400 degrees for about 12 minutes. It’s a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth without going overboard.
I cooked a big pot of Taco Soup for dinner. The weather was perfect today, and I even dusted off my boots for the second time this season. Here’s hoping they can come out to stay.
Hopefully, I’ll take a few more pictures tomorrow and show you that my life doesn’t revolve around food. Even though I know it clearly looks that way.