Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Finally Real Food

Now matter how I plan during birthing season not only do I not get to get the required amount of sleep but meals are missed more times then I can count. Since also making major changes to how and what I will eat (no prepacked, processed, chemical coated food) it does make it harder to get the REAL food into this tired body. You can often find in my hand a banana as my dinner or a baggie full of dry rice cereal as I sit in the barn. I know better but really sometimes life here gets way out of control. So today when I found my body vibrating like one of those Magic Fingers Beds in hotels (do they still have those ?) I realized I really had to eat REAL FOOD.


So early this morning after one of the barn checks I started the refried beans and corn. Then this morning I took the organic eggs from my girls and whipped up a Mexican Casserole and finished it off with Salsa Rice. Oh my - I was counting the minutes till everything was done. Pure Heaven and I took my plate with all the mouth watering flavors, the large glass of Pineapple Iced Tea and came upstairs to gobble it up and get more work done. While shoveling in my mouth the incredible food, typing with the other hand so as to not get too far behind in work, I also treated myself to a Netflix movie - Saw VI - I know, bad low rate horror movie. This is just what this tired soul needs - sometimes we just have to feed those demons...
Now, I can carry on without having my body vibrating from lack of real food withdrawals. Oh, got to run - baby bottle time but thanks for letting me share my meal with you, How about you sharing what you are going to be eating today so maybe I can figure something else out besides a banana tonight...

2 comments:

Jonni Lynch said...

That looks yummy, Grace! It's important to slow down and feed your body.

I can't imagine watching Saw (I, II, VIII or XI)!!! Hilarious!

larkspur funny farm said...

Horror Movies are something that I enjoy!! I am not a chick flick gal at all - give me something to scare me and I am thrilled.