I tried upgrading my browser, and now my operating system is too old!! I have a disk to update it, but my CD-ROM drive doesn't work. Computer problems to the max!
Anyway, since my time watching the Bachelor was spent working out (I usually blog during the Bachelor), this is the first post you get this week. Here's the workout that I did during the Women Tell All special on Monday:
I tell ya, this was a pretty good workout! I wrote down exactly how much of each exercise I wound up doing but forgot to take a picture of it! I'll update this when I get a picture :) Anyway, I was quite sweaty by the end of the show. Thank goodness the show was only an hour and half!
So, let's get on to the main point of this post. It's Wednesday, which means it's time for one of my favorite traditions in blogland!
This Wednesday, we're going to take a look at what I've been eating for dinner each night this week. I photographed my evening meal from Wednesday night through Tuesday night (except for one)! Thanks, as always, to Jenn for hosting the WIAW party! Head on over to her blog to see what WIAW is all about, and to check out what other bloggers are eating.
This was the only night I didn't actually photograph my meal! Joe and I attended his school's homecoming finale dinner. It was a nice buffet with different stations, and we ate prime rib with a yummy blackberry sauce, potatoes, pasta salad, and rolls. Quite tasty! We got all fancied up to do so, so I'll share that picture again.
mentioned it on the blog before, but I apparently need to share the recipe! Look for that coming soon, as well :) Anyway, cooking chicken this way makes it so tender!! Served with brown rice and steamed spinach on the side.
There you have it: my dinners for a week! I feel like I had a good variety of meals, which doesn't always happen in our house. I attribute that to meal planning before going to the grocery store and scheduling who's-cooking-what-on-what-day between Joe and me.
Question for you: What does a typical week of dinners look like for you? Do you eat a lot more of one type of meat/vegetable/grain, or are you good at mixing things up?