This morning started with a little food prep!
And a delicious breakfast:
Brian and I were out of town this weekend visiting my family, so my weekend food prep was pretty non-existent. Luckily, I go in later on Monday mornings because I teach on Monday nights so I had a little extra time this morning to get some food ready for the week.
Now, let’s take a look at the weekend!
Right after work on Friday, Brian picked me up and we were on the road to Fort Wayne.
I packed myself a delicious dinner of salmon patties, dijon mustard, and raw veggies.
Shortly after we were on the road Brian declared that he “thought he needed a milkshake.” Well, it’s been quite a while since I have had a milkshake, so I decided to get one too!
We spent the evening visiting with Chelsea and Nate (some of our good friends!) and their brand new baby, Jamison. I can’t believe that he is almost 3 months old!!
We then headed to my parents house. We were all pretty tired from the week, so honestly it was an “early to bed night” and I was not complaining 🙂
Saturday morning started with a quick tabata workout using the Gymboss Interval Timer. (review coming soon!) Such a handy little tool!
Brian and I both had some work to do, so we loaded up our bags and headed out to Bon Bons, a cute little Fort Wayne coffee shop.
After a morning of productivity, we headed home for a tasty lunch.
My plate was full of spinach, romaine, sweet potato, cauliflower, cucumber, broccoli, and tuna. Mmmm!
Next on our to do list? Mom, Brenna, Brian, and I headed out to the movie theater to see the new Disney Movie Frozen. It was such a cute movie!! I definitely recommend seeing it, especially if you have a sister 🙂
Once we got home, Mom whipped up a tasty meal for all of us (salmon over steamed spinach and leaks).
After dinner, we did a little cookie baking and played a competitive game of Scattergories. Such a fun way to spend the night 🙂
Sunday morning, I woke up earlier than the rest of the family and whipped up one of my frittatas for everyone to enjoy with some fruit on the side (I had a little sweet potato too!)
Brian and I then headed out so we could get back to Indy because we had plans with his family that evening.
Brian’s dad’s birthday is Wednesday so we did a little gift exchange at our house then headed to Bru Burger for a tasty meal. The wait for our table was a bit longer than expected considering it was a Sunday night, but once we were seated the service was great and the food was delicious.
Normally, I get the veggie burger (which is amazing!) but this time, I ordered the Cobb Salad (minus the bacon and gorgonzola). This had a bed of lettuce with tomato, cucumber, red onion, hard boiled egg and guacamole (yum!) and I ordered Mahi Mahi to go with it. So good!
After dinner, Brian and I came home to watch a bit of TV and hit the hay.
A busy and family filled weekend, my favorite kind of weekend!
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