Friday night I saw the magical Magic Mike movie. It was everything I dreamed about and more. Our theater was so crazy. We were slow clapping, cheering and screaming. I loved it and felt like I was back at Thunder From Down Under. If you haven't seen it yet, grab your besties and go immed.
|The theater now sells booze and I'm not complaining.|
|My BFF Liz and my gubby came with! And my bros gf but she missed the photo sesh before the movie started.|
Saturday evening I went to HomeGoods (exciting life) and got a new centerpiece for my dining room table. It was a Cynthia Rowley vase I found on clearance for only $10. The arrangement I put in it was also on clearance for only $10. All in all, I thought my $20 centerpiece looked pretty good.
Then Sunday morning, Bear did this:
After my anger subsided, I took him to the pool with me and let him swim while I drank my coffee and caught up on my mags.
Saturday before I went shopping, I stopped at Which Wich for dinner. To my surprise, they now have bowls aka salads and I got the Mediterranean Turkey Bowl. It was so good. Yes, the lady went overkill on my pepper. I love pepper though so I didn't mind. And can we talk about banana peppers? They may be my new favorite thing.
I loved it so much, I made my own version of a Greek salad for lunch Sunday. Spring lettuce, cucumbers (how cute are my flower cucumbers?), grape tomatoes, turkey, Kalamata olives (I die), a little bit of crumbled Feta and Parmesan garlic dressing.
I also made this deelish egg white bake on Sunday for breakfast. I loved it so much that I'm sharing the recipe. I paired it with a toasted piece of 45 cal Sara Lee 100% whole wheat bread and 1/2 C of watermelon. Now that's what I call brunch.
I adapted a recipe I found on SkinnyTaste and here is how I made it. It's super easy.
1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees
2. Chop about 1/8 C of green and white onion. Spray a small skillet with non-fat cooking spray and heat the onions over med-low heat for a few minutes.
3. Add 1/2 C of baby spinach (large stems removed) to skillet and cook until the spinach wilts.
4. Spray a small glass baking dish or a skillet with non-fat cooking spray (my preference is the olive oil version) and put the spinach/onion mixture on the bottom. Next crack 3 eggs whites on top of the spinach and onion. Add a few tomatoes to the top and salt and pepper.
5. Bake for 17 minutes and you are done! A clean, all-natural and delicious breakfast. Vegetarian friendly, too!
P.S. I'm linking up with S, D and L!