...well, I guess the photo says it all!
Things have been much better yesterday/today, and I feel like I'm finally getting in some much needed relaxin' time. A lot of my friends (well, most of them to be truthful) went to Moab for the weekend, but I opted to stay in town and decompress from my crazy social schedule.
I finally received my "Zombie at Tiffany's" t-shirt from Threadless, and I totally LOVE it!
I haven't worn these wedge platform shoes in ages either, and I figured they were a nice contrast to the...um... graphic nature of my t-shirt. I just love wearing irony!
I trucked my booty on down to the Farmer's Market today too, as I was in desperate need of fresh food. I was in a "eat everything in my cupboard before spending money on groceries again" mode, so I was really craving some REAL food (and having a meal that didn't consist of bread & peanut butter).
Well, this little guy (below) got me started with something new & different - it was SO delicious. I don't even know what it's called, but I want to say Arepas? It tasted like a kind of corn bread (I know for a fact it was gluten-free), and the girl stuffed it full of super fresh mozzarella, fried plantains, and a basil-avocado sauce. I practically ate the whole thing in only 2 bites it was that amazing! I wish I knew how to make it myself! I hope they have a booth set up again next weekend....
I love it when I come home to an empty refrigerator that I can fill up with gorgeous colorful foods! Those Budweisers aren't mine by the way... a friend left them over at my apartment, and I've been really trying not to just drink 'em myself. Haha!
I was craving some coconut sorbet, so I treated myself to the oh-so-delicious Ciao Bella. They make the most wonderful flavors, and they're all natural - BONUS! I cooked up some frozen pineapple in a pan with some brown sugar, and added my own tropical topping. It was so yummy. Now I think I need to lay off my indulging though.... I even almost made a breakfast burrito when I got home! Ha! All this beautiful food just inspires me!