Day 10: A Lazy Day’s Conundrum - Wolverine print

5 Thoughts

  • I’ve been looking forward to sleeping in ALL WEEK since I woke up at 7:30 for no apparent reason last Sunday. But the problem with sleeping in is that you have less time in a day to eat, and therefore interfering with my schedule. For instance, I woke up at 10 today and that’s about 30 minutes after my usual time for Second Breakfast.
  • If I have to choose between sleeping in and failing my challenge, I think I’m choosing sleeping in. Does that make me a bad Hobbit?
  • Saturday morning fridge is usually pretty empty and that’s not good for someone on a Hobbit Diet who is already behind her eating schedule.
  • But boy, do I have a LOT of beer and Angry Orchard cider in my fridge.
  • I don’t feel fat today. Thanks, Wolverine!

Today’s Photo

I went fabric shopping for my next cosplay project and came across these. Suddenly, I REALLY want to know how to sew well.

Breakfast – 10:30 a.m.

Chic-fil-a Chicken Biscuit.

Off to a bad start.

Second Breakfast – 11:30 a.m.

A handful of pretzels.

Elevensies – 1 p.m.

One Deli News meatball leftover from yesterday.

Lunch – 3 p.m.

4 pork taquitos…and a Black and Tan at Dempsey’s.

I had two choices to eat at the strip mall where fabric store is located: pub food or Baskin Robbins. I chose the pub. But in hindsight, I might have done better calorie-wise if I had gone for a scoop of ice cream. 

Afternoon Tea – 7 p.m.

Another 1/3 of the leftover fettuccine alfredo with chicken and broccoli from yesterday.

One meal is feeding me three times. I love the Deli News.

Supper – 8 p.m.

Fudge-stuffed chocolate chip cookie, also from the Deli News.

Oh yes. Their stuffed cookies. What a marvelous creation!

Dinner – 9 p.m.

A handful of blueberries.


For those who just now joined in, here’s why I’m going on “The Hobbit Diet” of eating seven times a day for a month.

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