It’s really windy out there.
Like, really windy. I’m an absolute mess… hair tossed, bangs uncombed, scarf flailing. Good thing I didn’t wear a skirt today… nobody wants to see that too early in the morning. Or maybe they do, for laughs.
I tried calling home… it didn’t work though and I couldn’t hear a single thing. I hope whatever my mom had to say wasn’t important.
My car and I haven’t been getting along very well. He is rude and likes to misbehave. He doesn’t listen to me. He enjoys smelling bad, broken turn signals, and flat tires… and that’s on a good day.
184.108.40.206… these are done.
So quick, too quick… in fact, I’m still changing into my sports bra. Don’t look. Rude.
I nuked these bad boys on high for 30 seconds.
I wanted to slurp this mixture down.
I added the oats instead.
I think I only made matters worse.
Now I want to scarf this mixture down.
Oh well, there are tougher things in life…
Like trying to find a subtle and nonchalant way to break out your favorite dance moves to your favorite song at the gym. It’s harder then it looks… believe me, I get awkward stares. Lots and lots of awkward stares. Most try to stare discretely, thinking that I can’t see the disapproval and embarrassment in their faces.
But I see them. It makes me somewhat uncomfortable, but then I just go back to dancing. That’s how it goes.
It’s really not my fault. If we’re pointing fingers, I blame Ke$ha.
My go-to move just happens to be the booty shake. Keep it simple, people. Wiggle it lose, wiggle it tight. Now that’s a work out.
Chocolate Oatmeal Snack Bars
Adapted from Love Veggies and Yoga
1/4 cup dark chocolate chips.
1/4 cup organic crunchy peanut butter.
3 tbsp milk.
1 cup rolled oats.
2 tbsp honey.
(makes 6 bars)
Melt the first three ingredients together in the microwave on 30 second intervals, stirring and checking. Add the oats and honey. Stir to combine. (If the mixture is not dry enough, add more oats one tablespoon at a time).
Press mixture into 6 bars, fold them onto freezer or parchment paper, and place in refrigerator or freezer for 15 minutes, or until bars have solidified.
Nutritional information (per bar): 185 calories, 10g fat (3 sat, 2 mono, 2 poly), 24g carbs, 5g protein