It’s What I Ate
Big bowl of hot cereal (cream of kasha) with a square of unsweetened chocolate. I snacked on a few toasted almonds while I prepared this 🙂
Gluten-free pancakes (I’ve really hit on a good recipe! I may post it soon. My little sister likened them to normal gluten pancakes!). I topped them with home-spiced sunflower seed butter and pistachio butter. I also ate the last misshaped pancake, to top off my tank!
A cream of kasha (I LOOOVE hot cereal :)) and pumpkin Lummus parfait, and a bowl with the overflow hot cereal, steamed veggies, and avocado.
Homemade corn tortillas with peanut butter and home-canned pumpkin (mixed with stevia and nutmeg), and raisins and toasted almonds. Still hungry, I prepared myself a pb&j corn tortilla sandwich.
One pitifully small veggie/rice (homemade) corn tortilla wrap with toppings, and a few toasted almonds. I had been starting to get a headache; I often got chronic headaches when I was younger, that were so bad that I would feel nauseous– and if there was too much food in the tum it would all come up. TMI? Anyway, even with this small amount of food, I felt sick. I turned into bed right after this (at 7) and tried to fall asleep. Fortunately, I did pretty quick because it was an exhausting day!
Why exhausting? Well, I made two separate hour-long trips out into the neighborhood to deliver some newspapers– I am subbing for a friend on her once-a-week route. THEn I had to drop something off at the science center, where I biked to. THEN I had to bike/walk to an appointment. Once I got back, I was tired (and hungry, hence my big ole snack!), and then the headache came on :(.
But I feel better now, so all is right in the world!
Do you ever get headaches? What do you do when you get them?
I have to stop whatever I’m doing and lay in bed and try to sleep– seriously, otherwise it becomes extra unbearable. When I used to go to school, I would have to get through the day with a pounding, stabbing pain in my eyes and it would be SOOO awful!