Since my camera was acting up last night, I couldn’t show you my dinner. So here it is this morning, for your viewing pleasure. And guess what? It wasn’t made by me! That always makes it taste better.
More pizza! You know how I feel about pizza. Corey created this masterpiece and topped a Flat-Out Wrap (you’re going to be seeing these things a lot :)) with spinach, tomatoes, marinara sauce, mushrooms, and shredded cheddar cheese. A simple, easy, delicious dinner! Pre-cooking:
Well….by a lot in that above sentence, I mean approximately every 12 hours or so. Breakfast this morning featured another Flat-Out Wrap—this time in burrito form! I combined Applegate Farms provolone, a microwaved egg with hot sauce, spinach, and chopped tomato and rolled it up:
Lunch is a random mix of a bunch of stuff from the fridge. I’ve noticed lately that I’ve really been craving sweets, and I haven’t been working too hard to combat the problem. I figure if most of my craving is satisfied by fruit instead of massive quantities of ice cream, I’m doing ok.
A vanilla Dannon yogurt, baggie of sliced carrots, grapes, and another Dark Chocolate Coconut Kashi bar. I can’t get enough of these things! I might save the bar for a 2:30 snack, since I plan on heading to the gym after work today (with the 7 Benefits of Regular Exercise firmly in mind so I don’t decide on the way home that I’d rather just go home and drink a glass—or two—of wine).
So that’s my plan for tonight! And today is Wednesday, so that means:
Change the World Wednesday! Today’s organization is:
The Make-a-Wish Foundation!
This is a nonprofit you’ve probably heard of, and to me, it’s one of the most inspiring out there. Basically, the mission of the Make-a-Wish Foundation is to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
This one is particularly special to me because my sister had to have open-heart surgery at 18 months old, and I know how a medical condition of that magnitude can affect not only the child facing it, but the entire family. The fear, uncertainty, stress, and pure financial strain of medical bills are hard to grasp if you haven’t gone through it.
This dedicated group makes these children’s biggest dreams into realities, often incorporating the family as well. One popular wish granted is an entire family trip to Disney World—there’s no place better to lift the spirits!
If you want to make a donation of money or time to this worldwide organization, visit the website. It’s full of unique ideas for helping out, inspiring stories, and news and events.
Have a great day!