Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day
I found this on Youtube to post and give you a little taste of what goes on in my head when I think of the word "blustery" but I ended up completely engrossed and watched the entire thing. I LOVE Pooh bear. He was one of my favs when I was little. I have so many Winnie the Pooh VHS tapes! I was actually Pooh for Halloween when I was... 3? I'm going to be honest with you, this made me nostalgic and when I go home for spring break, guess what I'm going to break out. You guessed it...
I spent a good portion of yesterday with my two friends Lauren and Madison. At about 11am we headed downtown to tan near the pier and then went up State to grab some froyo. Fantastic start to the day! After we got home and took showers, I headed back over to their place (about 5 doors down from mine) and we watched The Parent Trap with Lindsay Lohan. She was so freaking cute back then!!! We were completely dumbfounded by how little she was. We remembered the girls in that movie looking so much older than us and now they just seem itty bitty!
In the middle of the movie, Madison left to babysit and we were told that we had to wait for her to come home before we could start watching the second movie of the night (The Last Song). Lauren and I spent some time looking through cookbooks trying to find something to inspire our dinner. We finally ended up baking chicken with a honey-sesame glaze and a side of with rice and veggies. It turned out wonderfully! We then were in the mood for dessert but, again, didn't know what exactly what to eat. We decided to walk down the Co Op and IV Market in search of something sweet.
We settled on this Ben and Jerry's ice cream that Lauren raved so much about.
My taste buds and I are both positive we made the right choice!
I spent most of the day shooting my Cinematography homework. It was so cold and blustery!!! After 4 hours of shooting, we decided it was time to grab some coffee and a pastry. I ordered a chocolate croissant and a small Hazelnut coffee that I topped with organic soymilk. Let me just tell you, this was no ordinary chocolate croissant, this was a chocolate croissant on crack! It was the most delicious one I've ever had, not to mention it was literally the size of my hand! Way to go Lazy Acres, I give you the gold medal for pastries! It completely hit the spot and was the perfect gloomy weather snack.
For dinner, I bought tray of 2 organic veggie patties (ingredients: organic oats, organic barley, organic brown rice, organic tofu, onion, celery, organic carrots, organic tomatoes, mustard, egg replacers) and aloe Kombucha. I went through a big Kombucha phase about a year ago but then it got a little too expensive for my pocket book. Fortunately, this Kombucha was on sale for a little over $2. It was pretty tasty but I couldn't tell it was aloe flavored by any means. If you haven't tried Kombucha, I wouldn't go buy any anytime soon. Try a sip before you buy it. It's definitely an acquired taste and I had to grow to like it. It almost tastes like beer with a little fruit juice. It is verrrrrry good for you though!