We slept in a bit on Sunday, but were still up and at em at 8 AND…OH.MY.GAH! I was SO SO sore. I literally couldn’t get out of bed my entire back/neck was so stiff I was frozen – it looked like I was in a brace because my range of motion was so limited. WOW. I spent the first few minutes of the morning just stretching, which helped a teeny bit. I was prepared to be a little sore because that’s generally what happens with any new activity (and I haven’t been skiing in such a long time). Plus, my legs were already feeling like jello by the last few runs on Sat after the full day of skiing, but I guess I was in shape enough from my normal exercising because my legs weren’t sore at all. Instead, it’s like a bazillion muscles that I never knew I had in the middle of my back and neck suddenly were throbbing with every movement. Dude, it took me an hour just to get dressed.
Anyways, we spent the AM getting all our shiz packed and cleaning the place so there were no signs of our having been there (since K’s boss was the owner and all).
Started the day with the same coffee and silk combo.
I also packed some treats for the car, including an odwalla bar, dried fruit mix, apple, and some crackers.
The drive home wasn’t too bad, but the fact that we were all so ridiculously sore didn’t help. As if I wasn’t stiff enough already, add in sitting in a car for 5 hours…I dozed off for a bit after lunch (food coma), but mostly stuck to my co-pilot responsibilities (DJ, directions, entertaining the driver). Back in Manhattan we dropped off the other couple on the upper east side and then went to drop off our luggage at our apt before heading downtown to take the car back.
After dropping the rental car off, we walked to Whole Foods to pick up dinner.
Hot bar treats: baked tofu, falafel, soytein with spinach, dried cranberries, peas, all on a bed of fancy lettuce
I swear there is WAY more soytein than this picture shows.
I’m a little ashamed to say this, considering how obsessed I am with chickpeas and hummus, but this is the first time I’ve had falafel. It was great (a little dry), but very tasty.
I was pretty satisfied with this salad bar/hot bar combo.
Still, I am really glad I anticipated my insatiable hunger while shopping at WF. Dessert, yes plzzz.
Vegan cake! OMG…this is why I love Whole Foods. Where else can you make an impulse decision to have a massive piece of chocolate cake and have a vegan option at your fingertips.
That was a big freakin’ piece of cake kiddos – I’m stuffed and ready to hit the hay. I have a feeling Feb is going to be a very chocolate month…and I’m not really into the whole Valentine’s thing either. What are other peeps’ past V day activities, single or otherwise? Back in our college days, my bestie and I used to get tubs of frosting and eat them with a spoon while planted in front of the tv watched movies like clueless and bridget jones’ diary on repeat. She was a personal trainer though, so the next day she kicked both our asses at the gym!!!