Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder


They say that absence makes the heart grow fonder. I wanted to see if that was true with breakfast, too, so I gave my sunflower butter and banana sandwich a break this morning. I even swapped out my usual banana from strawberries and blueberries. I know I can definitely fall into a rut, so when I think of it, I try to mix things up and add different fruits and veggies in.


Well, sometimes just adding veggies in is okay. I had my mom’s leftovers–rigatoni and meatballs–from the other night for lunch and added some steamed broccoli to make it more filling and nutritious, but my blood sugar still crashed about an hour after I had this from the refined carbs of the pasta.


And then I went to a work event at a bowling alley, and there wasn’t much healthy to be had so I just nibbled on some of this stuff.


And then worked it off with my mad bowling skills. By mad bowling skills, I mean I bowled a 42. You know, to make everyone else feel better about themselves 🙂

5 comments on “Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

  1. Beth @ Beth's Journey to Thin

    I get in ruts too with breakfast – I really only eat oatmeal with peanut butter flour or greek yogurt with wheat berries or fruit, and ALWAYS have a banana. Saturday was the first day I haven’t had one (or two) in months.

    I’m really awesome at bowling too (not).


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