My goodness, this week is really flying by! Like a bird, like a plane, like...Superman himself :) Mostly because of school of course, and lesson planning and assignments and all these things I've never heard of before :) But also because it's almost, sort of Springtime and there's lots to do :) I love this time of year, including all of the chocolate eggs, lots of pastel colours, and bunnies galore! The cherry blossoms are blossoming super early (as in now!) which makes it feel as though Summer's around the corner (it's not). I wish I had a picture of the gorgeous purple cherry blossoms, but I don't :)
This weekend I managed to squeeze in some fun as well. I played tennis bright and early in the morning on both days (hooray! fresh air is priceless!) and yesterday some friends showed me a wonderful new bakery that I had never visited before. It's called A Bread Affair and it's sensational. I'm sort of obsessed with bakeries and have been a bread lover since I was...born :) There was a time when I went gluten-free and did not eat bread, but thankfully those dark days are over. I do make sure to only eat high quality, wholesome (as in whole grain and preferably seedy), freshly made, usually organic bread though. Only the best indeed :) It does make a difference though, and this way it serves a purpose besides providing a home for my sandwich fillings :) All those B-vitamins, all that magnesium, manganese, and fibre is definitely cause for celebration :)
Yesterday I made red bell pepper soup, which also contained onion, celery, carrots, and seasoning. I was just given some gorgeous broccoli so today I will make that into another yummy soup - that way I'll be able to eat lots of veggies next week and very easily too, school and all!
Do you have any special ways of fitting veggies into your diet even when there's little time to chop and cook?