Thursday, September 25, 2008

What's a matter, Mary Jane?

That horrible fatigue swept over me around 3 this afternoon, so I skipped Pilates and came home and slept for a couple hours. This isn't really a new problem for me; exercising daily has helped reduce the frequency, but from time to time I still get really debilitating exhaustion. I've gotten a few blood work series drawn up over the last four years, but they've all been pretty inconclusive. So when that happens, if possible, I just go home and sleep. I had a bowl of butternut squash soup with a few roasted sweet peppers and yogurt, a spicy black bean burger with cheddar, and a slice of 10 grain bread. I LOVE these peppers. They have the perfect smoky taste, and are great in the soup. The back of the jar suggests using it in pasta sauce, which I will surely be doing. So beware, these are going to pop up a lot in the near future!

Women's Health had an interview with Alanis Morissette in their September issue; Jagged Little Pill was the first cassette I ever bought, when I was in third or fourth grade. Don't read into that.... "Full House" was on at the gym this morning, and I still can't look at Dave Coulier and block out certain images. Sarah hadn't known a certain detail regarding "Joey" and Alanis, so sorry Sarah, for tainting your precious childhood memories!

I have a pretty easy night. I'm going to do some reading (and maybe groove to a little 90s chick rock...) and watch a movie with Jalene tonight and try to be in bed by 12. Bonne nuit!

1 comment:

VeggieGirl said...

Butternut squash soup = so comforting.

Oh my goodness, Jagged Little Pill was definitely one of my very first CDs - I was about 8 years old, haha!!! :0)

Saw your comment on my blog - I'd be happy to share the pumpkin bread recipe with you, if you'd like me to email it to you. Contact me on my blog, if this is the case.