Mutton Yesterday, Mutton Today …

“and blimey, if it don’t look like mutton again tomorrer.”

(Have I just outed myself as a LOTR geek? Oh well, it was bound to happen sooner or later.)

After lasagna on lettuce on Monday, lasagna on lettuce on Tuesday, guess what I had for lunch today:

WIth the addition of roasted tomaters.

Backing up a little … eager student though I am, I was secretly hoping for a snow day today. However, when I woke up:

Yeah, no.

I took advantage of what little snow there was to break out the new waterproof boots I bought after this day.

New England weather, I dare you to mess with me today!

While at school, I chowed down on the aforementioned salad between classes.

We had a computer class this afternoon on looking up socioeconomic and health demographics for specific populations (what a mouthful). I stayed after to go over my research paper with the professor, so I returned home later than I meant to. I had planned on working on a new, fun recipe, but instead it was leftovers today, which means:

Lesson learned today: leftovers are good once, but their value depreciates at an exponential rate every hour.

Shockingly, I felt a little empty after this dinner, so dessert was in order:

Fage, Barbara’s Squares, Saratoga PB, and chocolate chips. That was better.

Edited to add: Vote for Ms. Bender as she competes for her Ultimate Wedding! (What a cute couple 🙂 ).


  1. Haha, I was once a LOTR geek, too. It’s worn off now, but pop in the DVD and give me a Hobbit, and it’ll start back up again!

    1. *pops in LOTR DVDs for sophia* hehe 😀

  2. You’re the best! Thank you so much for mentioning me on your site – it means the world 🙂

    I laughed out loud at the snow. I remember wishing and hoping for snow days that would never come…at least you wore some SUPER cute boots to make up for it! Love those!

    Annnnnd now I need some chocolate chips in my life.

    Have a great night! Thanks again!

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Jenn! 🙂

  3. Excellent way to start off a post!

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