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12.13.10

I realized last night as I was falling asleep that it was the one year anniversary of my commencement ceremony from grad school. I can’t believe it’s been a year since I’ve been a student. I miss it a lot.

I was really craving some fruits and veg this morning to kick my week off on the right foot. I threw together a green monster as I got ready for work. Temperatures in the teens and I’m making a smoothie for breakfast. Sounds about right!

The combo of frozen berries, a banana, a coup of spinach, and a cup of almond milk totally hit the spot. Plus, three servings of fruits and veg down by 8 am isn’t such a bad deal!

While I was sick, I had a serious craving for pudding. It’s kind of stuck around.

How cute are these Jell-O cup lids? Frown is a four letter word. Love it.

Vanilla is my favorite, it’s so good. A childhood classic, to boot! Well, from my childhood, at least!

After a quite productive morning working ahead since I’ll be gone so much over the holidays (hello eleven day break, I can’t wait to see you!), it was lunchtime before I knew it! I warmed up my leftover burrito from Friday’s dinner.

No sooner had I finished eating than the fire alarms starting blaring! I think if it were ever a real fire, I’d be screwed. I took my sweet time making sure I had my phone, camera, and iPod in my purse, putting my boots on, and bundling up before heading towards the stairs.

Back to work!

What’s one of your favorite childhood snacks?

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  1. 12.13.10 2:33 pm

    I love pudding! Definitely a favorite childhood snack 🙂

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