Happy Friday Friends! I still can’t believe Thanksgiving is in less than a week and I still can’t believe it’s been almost a year since we left for New Zealand. Seems like just yesterday we were there. I know, I promise not to talk about it on every post, but it’s just been on my mind lately.
Random tangent intro done. Thanks!
Okay. So This week. Let’s talk about it. First off, it was one of those weeks. No, I wasn’t stressed. In fact, I think I was far from it. I think I was a little too go with the flow. Quite the opposite from last week.
I forgot certain ingredients I needed at the store, forgot to return phone calls and emails, forgot to fill up my car with gas the night before I had to teach early at the gym, forgot my iPod to teach, and I forgot my written workouts I had planned for my classes. Ha!
It’s times like these I have to laugh at myself and be thankful that those things really don’t matter in the long run, yes?
It’s times like these I am thankful I can throw stuff together last minute and get away with it. And so I did.
I threw together a last minute snack for the hubs when he needed it (even though we had nothing in the pantry).
Thanks Mom for buying us these! All I needed was some peanut butter GF toast and a handful of coconut chips.
I threw together a a last minute leftover lunch. Yes, those are the best actually.
Greens, tuna, sliced hard boiled egg, goat cheese, sundried tomato, oil, and chili pepper.
I also forgot to buy more fish and chicken at the store. So I threw together a simple dinner with what was left from our farmers market stash!
Butternut squash with balsamic vinegar, basil, pepper, oil, and garlic.
With a side of eggs of course. I never forget eggs. And I never forget wine. Not sure if that’ a good thing or a bad thing! ha!
And even though this is the second week in a row that I’ve forgotten my workout plan at home, my classes still seem to come together quite nicely. Maybe we should start improv fitness classes? Haha, no never mind. I give full credit to my class members. They keep me sharp!
But some things I will never forget. I will never forget to take time to pray (especially for my friends who are in need of prayer and virtual hugs this week), to watch the sunrise, to love on family, and to count my blessings. Yes, don’t ever forget to do that!
What’s one thing you forgot this week? What’s one thing you NEVER forget?