Law Life

WIAW–First Day of 2013
Download PDF
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (No Ratings Yet)
Loading...

Happy Wednesday! I hope you all had a great first day of 2013! I had a nice, relaxing day at home – lots of snow shoveling, a quick upper body strength workout, helping my mom use her new slow cooker and taking my friend’s dog out for a walk!

photo 1 (3)

Penny says “Happy New Years!” to all of you!

  
What
Where


I thought for this week it would be fun to do What I Ate Wednesday on the first day of 2013! If you’re new to WIAW, head over to Peas and Crayons to find out what it’s all about!

Peas and Crayons

My day started out with a baked (microwaved…) sweet potato with an egg and TONS of hummus. Sadly I forgot to take a picture, but here’s my plate afterwards (including my peppermint tea bag).

Get JD Journal in Your Mail

Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!!




photo 2 (2)

I also snacked on some M&Ms in the morning. My mom leaves them out in this dish… it’s so dangerous.



photo 3 (2)

After my workout and snow shoveling I wasn’t too hungry but thought I should eat, so I threw together a bowl of puffed corn, sliced strawberries, blueberries and almond milk.

photo 4 (2)

I then did some work and went to walk Penny, after getting home I was HUNGRY and ready for lunch part 2. I sliced up a bell pepper which I dipped in hummus (2 flavors: original and sundried tomato) and then had some lettuce with tzatziki sauce on the side because I hadn’t eaten anything green all day!

photo 1 (4)

Later I went back for some rice chips to eat with more hummus! (this x2!)

photo 2 (3)

I also had an Udi’s Chocolate Chip Cookie for dessert. Seriously, these things were SO GOOD! They lasted over a week and each cookie still tasted fresh and not dried up like most packaged cookies.

photo 3 (3)

For dinner, my mom wanted to try out her new slow cooker, so we followed a recipe from the book that came with it and made roasted chicken with root vegetables. The chicken was great but the veggies were a bit burnt. Here’s my 1st plate and I went back for a bit more chicken and more veggies!

photo 4 (3)

For dessert, I had vanilla ice cream with fresh strawberries (plus some more berries afterwards).

photo 5 (1)

Delicious!

 

What kind of meals have you cooked in a slow cooker?

 

What is your favorite dessert?



 

Interesting Legal Sites You May Like


BCG FEATURED JOB

Locations:

Keyword:



Search Now

General Municipal Law Attorney with land use experience

USA-CA-Oakland

Oakland office of our client seeks general municipal law attorney with experience advising public ag...

Apply Now

Senior Land Use Attorney with experience

USA-CA-San Francisco

San Francisco office of our client seeks senior land use attorney with 7+ years of experience. The c...

Apply Now

Immigration Attorney with portable business

USA-VA-McLean

McLean office is seeking an immigration attorney with $500,000+ in portable business.

Apply Now

Commercial Litigation Attorney with 4+ years of experience

USA-IL-Chicago

Chicago office of our client seeks commercial litigation attorney with 4+ years of experience. The c...

Apply Now

RELEVANT JOBS

Litigation Associate (Junior to Mid-Level) - Medical Malpractice - Garden City, NY

USA-NY-Garden City

Defense firm seeking junior to mid-level associate for Garden City office to fill Medical Malpractic...

Apply now

CIVIL LITIGATION ATTORNEY - Employment

USA-CA-Fresno

Lang, Richert & Patch a Fresno area AV-rated law firm located in the highly desirable Fig Garden Fin...

Apply now

ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY

USA-TX-Houston

INSURANCE DEFENSE / TRANSPORTATION LITIGATION Law firm located in North Houston seeking an associ...

Apply now

Hotline & Training Managing Attorney (IMMIGRATION)

USA-NY-New York City

Summary: The Hotline & Training Services Managing Attorney will guide, develop, and supervise the Ho...

Apply now

Most Popular

SEARCH IN ARCHIVE

To Top