Thursday, December 15, 2011

Thursday, December 15th

So, obviously, I finally digested yesterdays grub. Besides the Grapefruit and Energy Chunk for breakfast, there was a Chipotle Burrito Bowl $6.45 for lunch.
Rising Moon Spinach Ravioli for dinner.
Vegan Peanut Butter Ball for dessert. VaVa's Half Baked Truffles are better, but I had a Groupon for Chocolate.Com.
Almost time for a Charlie Brown Christmas. Watching them skate always really depressed me. So I must watch to see if I'm still responding correctly to this type of emotional input.

7 comments:

Stacy said...

I *heart* Chipotle.
What is it about Charlie Brown? I was obsessed with it as a child, but not because I enjoyed it, exactly.

Stacy said...

PS didn't mean to imply that I thought you should ditch the ads. I'm not so delicate that I can't handle seeing an ad for milk--just thought you should know.

Jenny said...

We read Charlie Brown today then decorated two puny trees in our yard to make them feel special. :)

Ingrid Improves said...

I haven't seen Rising Moon products here, might have to do a little research on that! Only one peanut butter ball?! That is pretty amazing.

I've been keeping up with the holiday shows: the 1960's "Kris Kringle / Santa Claus / Bergermeister Meisterberger" movie, Elf, It's a Wonderful Life, and Charlie Brown. Makes it feel like the holidays.

And I don't have cable, so my options are limited. :)

Molly said...

Aw, a Charlie Brown Christmas. I haven't seen that movie forever.

The spinach Rising Moon ravioli is my favorite. I like the gnocchi, too. Good stuff!

foodfeud said...

Vegan peanut butter balls don't look half bad. I love Charlie Brown too; my other favorite holiday movie used to be Miracle on 34th St. Sweet. Also, Charlie Brown music is just about the only holiday music we play at work that I can stand.

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

Stacy, yeah, I'm not a fan of Charlie Brown. Just that skating scene moved me accidentally a few years ago so I feel the need to revisit it. No worries about removing the ads, the lost revenue won't put much of a dent in my income.

Jenny, what kind of trees are able grow in Arkansas? Cypress?

Ingrid, so you use the old rabbit ears to get reception?

Molly, I didn't notice that the Rising Moon Gnocchi was vegan. I'll have to check it out.

FF, that's nice that they play any kind of music for you union workers.