Something I forgot to mention about the weekend - especially the tournament situation. Not sure where I am going to land on the scale this week - do we ever really know? But for the first time in I don't know how long, I felt some actual shifting in my thinking . Several times at the tournament I considered getting a snack at the concession stand, but each time I thought I am really not that hungry. Granted, my lunch was far from stellar - nachos (just chips with cheese - not the good kind), but that is all I ate from the concession. I considered going back for a piece of pizza. It kinda sounded good, but I just wasn't that hungry. What does that have to do with anything? I have eaten plenty of things when I am not hungry.
On the way home I considered stopping for something because I knew it would still be awhile until dinner and I am rarely near an A&W. Surely, they would have something delicious. I confess my first thought was the no eating in the new car rule. I knew I would have to get out and eat the snack, then drive home. Foiled again! I decided it just wasn't worth it.
Of course, I knew I ate junk in the car on a somewhat regular basis. But, wow, I didn't realize how often I must have been doing that now that I can't. I tease my husband about the rule, but I might be secretly glad it is in place.
This week I have been trying to use up some extra deli meat so decided to try some wraps. I am going to put this out there...wraps intimidate me. What should I put in them? Why a wrap over conventional sandwiches? Should I roll it like a pinwheel or fold it like a burrito? Which wrap is best?
I just jumped in and bought this Flatout wrap. I didn't love the flavor, it was okay, but not sure I want to get it next time. I covered the wrap with fresh spinach and drizzled a little Bolthouse Farms yogurt ranch dressing over the spinach.
Last night was class night which meant quick dinner. Omelets fit that criteria perfectly. First, I sauteed peppers, onions, spinach and crumbled turkey sausage for the filling. I love that you can just throw whatever you have on hand in an omelet and call it dinner :)