I would say that this is my first valid “hump day” of 2015 now that I’m in classes, but we had Monday off, so I’ve only been in class for one day, so it’s not really the middle of the work week.
Anyway, happy Wednesday to you!
The first day of classes went very well for me yesterday, especially since it started with this:
eggs + whole wheat French toast with peanut butter and banana + glass o’ milk
My first class at 9:30 AM was a freshmen writing seminar specifically for students in the Sargent College of Health and Rehab Sciences. It involves reading some fascinating books and (obviously) writing and discussing about them, so I’m excited for it!
Immediately after that was my Intro to Linguistics lecture, which was also intriguing. Language has always been a topic of interest for me, and hopefully I can apply some of the things I learn in the course to my blogging, or at least notice language patterns in casual blogs like my own.
I went to daily Mass at the Catholic center before heading to lunch with friends, where we argued about bacon and Canada. (My side: Bacon is not my favorite; I prefer Canadian bacon.)
salad with a million beets + sautéed chicken and mushrooms with rice + unpictured apple
My quads were mighty sore from Monday’s workout, so I took a rest day with lots of walking…and standing apparently.
I was studying with Rachel, and I spent a good portion of my time reading while standing. She knows that my butt can only handle so much sitting.
Dinner was delicious— a roast beef, pepperjack cheese, lettuce, tomato, veggie, and hummus sandwich on whole wheat bread + vegetable and chicken sausage soup (only half because it was saltayyy).
For dessert, Rachel and I visited Albert’s dorm room. Tapioca pudding, anyone?
The three of us agreed that this was one of our favorite childhood snacks, so Albert picked up a four-pack and shared with us. Creamy, sweet goodness.
It was nostalgia in a plastic cup. Come to think of it, I kind of miss some of my other favorite childhood snacks and treats now. Some of them included:
- Pillsbury crescent rolls
- Jell-O cups
- Chinese egg tarts
- Costco very berry smoothies
- Ritz Cheese and Crackers Snack Packs
- Welch’s fruit snacks
Those red sticks to spread the mystery cheese… And then eating all the cheese, even if there were no crackers left.
I’m joining Jenn’s web-wide food party today!
So tell me:
What were some of your favorite childhood snacks and treats?
Do you like tapioca pudding?