What is better than a Friday? A Friday followed by no work on Monday. Jackpot.
It was a diabetes day which is typical for Thursdays.
Patients will often ask if I follow a low carb diet (which I wouldn’t call their “diet” a “low carb diet” though). I’m in an awkward situation because of my running. I have to tell them that I opt for more carbs. I really know how to win a crowd over.
I am loving have Greek yogurt as a snack. During my past training I didn’t use this as a snack and felt like I was always scrounging around for snacks because I was always hungry. This snack fills me up and keeps me feeling full for hours. And there’s no prep time which makes it great for work.
We’re considering to start a study/follow certain patients to determine a certain outcome. How vague is that? I’m being vague to stay neutral.
I came home to a newly decorated apartment.
Sort of. As I slipped a note about my wet carpet into the management office, the maintenance guy came out and went straight to my apartment. My holding pan…or something was plugged and overflowing.
I rounded up the vegetables that I could find and head over to beer fest headquarters to make dinner. I also snatched up more garden tomatoes and rosemary.
I’m torn between cooler weather so I can wear scarves and not have to run at 6am on Saturday mornings, but I do enjoy these garden fresh tomatoes.
I threw together a vegetable galette! Why are these so good? Oh yes, the pie crust!
I wanted a little protein to go along with the vegetable pie which was perfect for the small salmon portions leftover from the night before.
The other benefit of summer-
Kolsch’s rule summer. Go to your local beer/wine shop and pick up either New Holland Full Circle, New Glarus Totally Naked, Metropolitan Krankshaft, or your own locally made kolsch.
Take another peek at dinner.
It’s beginning to look a lot like
Christmas Beer Fest. My status of beer fest: volunteer or participant? Not sure. I’m waiting to be assigned my status come that day.
Ahem, no work Monday = crazy, busy Friday.
Practice RD exam question: glycolysis is the formation of:
1. pyruvate from glucose
2. glycogen from glucose
3. glycogen from glycerol
4. glucose from pyruvate