*Warily opens eyes*
Oy. When my alarm clock went off this morning to meet my friend, Heidi at spin class, I wasn’t sure it was going to happen. I got up, I poured coffee, and then realized there was no way I was getting my butt to spin class, bags packed for the day, with breakfast + lunch and snacks in tote.
I planned to…
but then yesterday I got a call from a friend who happened to be coming in from Chicago to the train station here in town with no apparent way on how she would get home (an hour away) from there. A last minute call to me was her solution. I wasn’t ecstatic about cancelling off clients that I had last night, but I also didn’t want my friend to be stranded. So I picked her up at the train station and drove her home, and drove back. When I got home, I had some blog work to do and some clients to email – so it was a late one.
Needless to say, this guy will be my BFF for the day (sorry besties, I love you guys too 😉 )
Perhaps I’ll get in a run and lift session after my evening clients tonight, or perhaps I’ll take another rest day. My body’s been craving rest this week, it seems. I did get in a quick 20 minute power yoga podcast this morning, though!
Unsurprisingly, dinner was also eaten on the run last night – I reached into the depths of the fridge, and forgot all about the butternut squash lasagna that I’d made a couple months ago!
After making the judgment call that the green-ish tinge on the outside of the lasagna was freezer burn, not mold (I’d say I was 60% certain – LOL) I micro waved it up and inhaled it.
Added a little green for texture and good measure (the salad, not the “mold.” 😉 )
And hey, I’m not sick this morning, so I must have made the right call!
How risky are you when it comes to deciding whether to eat food that may or may not have gone bad? I consider myself pretty risky, but I went with going ahead and eating the lasagna just because it had been in the freezer – can mold grow in temps that cold anyway??!
I’m off to work! Have a great Wednesday, guys 😀