Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Salad and a Photo

Something about the crisp fall air got me in the mood for a good, hearty salad.

Here's my new favorite concoction:

A bag of mixed baby greens
1 Granny Smith apple, chopped
1/2 a bag of Craisins
1/2 red onion, chopped
a block of Gruyere cheese to shred over top

Toss everything with balsamic vinegarette and eat 3x in one week. It's amazing. The Gruyere cheese adds a nice sharp contrast to the Craisins and apples, so if you can't find a block of that, I'd suggest something like Swiss.

And just for kicks, here's my 31 week gut from this past Friday:


Yes, that is what I wore to work last week. Ryan and I were both at work late numerous days and no one did laundry... and since I only have 2 pairs of pants that fit and both went in the dirty laundry, I had to resort to a pair of yoga pants that couldn't even be dressed up with a nicer shirt - there was no denying they were just workout clothes. So I went with the workout theme and wore a maternity tank and a fleece zip up... thank God I don't work for Corporate America. I would be in huge trouble if I needed to dress up every day.

And here's a naked belly, cause I cannot believe how much belly skin actually stretches:

Also, is it Friday yet?

4 comments:

Rachel said...

Such a precious baby bump! Thanks for letting us be a part of your pregnancy! Praying for you and your little family! Happy Tuesday, dear :)

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Molly said...

holy guacamole! look and that cute belly!!! i've been MIA like all summer and missed practically your whole pregnancy. so happy for you!!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

This pregnancy is really going fast on this end! I know...you'd like to hit me for that one:)