Food and Happiness

With Dave gone, I think I’m a little down and less motivated. I haven’t been very inclined to cook for myself, which I have managed to do in the past when he’s gone. On the way home I knew I had to stop at the grocery if I was going to have any chance of eating a decent meal over the next few days. On spur of the moment, I stopped at Earthfare to get my groceries tonight. I figure I’ve been stress-eating lately, I’d be more productive if I stress-bought!

Here is proof of Dave’s theory that “organic” is code for more expensive.

  1. <![CDATA[cr99ist03in]]>’s avatar

    YAY for stress-buying! I do it too. But don’t have as good of an excuse. I hope he gets home soon:)

  2. <![CDATA[Sean]]>’s avatar

    Gone again eh? Is it that time of the year?

    You almost ate the whole thing. Least it was emi healthy.

    We had grilled italian sausages with rice and a salad with cherry tomatoes from the garden.

  3. <![CDATA[Jeni Q]]>’s avatar

    Yeah, I did almost eat the whole thing! 🙂 It wasn’t as filling as over-indulging in something heavy like lasagne, though.

    Tonight it’s whole wheat pasta with fresh pesto.

  4. <![CDATA[Stew]]>’s avatar

    YUM!
    That does look supremely fabulous. And how cool is the local soap powder??

    (Manchego is one of my favorite cheeses)

    I’m sorry you’re down and lonely and stuff. I suppose I know what that’s like. 🙂

  5. <![CDATA[Stew]]>’s avatar

    btw? my fave is the fiber rye. YUM.